Alumni who update the University with current contact information receive communication and information about discounts, events, and exciting campus news.
Perks and Discounts
As an alum of Mount Union, you have access to discounted rates for various sporting events and amusement parks based on the arrangements made with each location annually.
Current available discounts include:
Tickets at Work
Tickets at Work is a new partnership providing access to exclusive savings on movie tickets, theme parks, hotels, tours, Broadway and Vegas shows, and more! Be sure to visit the page often as new discounts and products are constantly being added!”
Your work-life balance and general well-being are as important to us as the work you contribute. That's why we’re excited to offer a discounts program through Tickets at Work, your one-stop shop for savings with brands you know and love, discounts on local experiences, travel and entertainment, curated offers just for our organization, and new deals added weekly.
It’s cost-free and easy to enroll. Just visit Tickets at Work and use the company code UMUALUMNI to start saving on:
- Work from home essentials
- Streaming services: Disney+, Showtime, and more
- Attractions, shows, sporting events, and concerts
- Hotels and rental cars
- Sam’s Club Memberships – over 40% off
- Education and enrichment: language learning, audiobooks, and more
- Health and wellness
- Home office: electronics, laptops, and more
- Insurance, home security, and protection services
- Food and wine
- Online shopping: Walmart, Walgreens, Macy’s
- Financial services
- Pet supplies
- And so much more!
We've also included special promo codes to help as you make your summer plans!
- Summer10 - $10 off $100
- Summer20 - $20 off $200
- Summer30 - $30 off $300
Customer Service – email@example.com
Invitations to Events
The Office of Alumni Engagement hosts several events throughout the year to connect and engage alumni. Events, held both on campus and regionally, serve as an opportunity for alumni in each area to connect with one another and, in many cases, hear a campus update by a University representative. Be sure the Office of Alumni Engagement has your current contact information to receive invitations, and check the events page and Mount Union Matters for complete event details.
Mount Union Matters
Mount Union Matters, our monthly alumni email newsletter, is sent at the beginning of each month and contains upcoming event information, news, announcements, special stories, and resources. Does the Office of Alumni Engagement have your current email address? If not, update your contact information.
Mount Union Magazine
The Mount Union Magazine is a primary news source for alumni and includes news regarding campus, academics, athletics, students, alumni, current faculty, and class notes. The current issue, as well as an archive, can be found on the magazine site, and stories from recent issues can be found in News as individual news stories as well.
A Mount Union legacy is a descendant of a Mount Union alumnus or alumna who also attends Mount Union. This relationship includes parents and stepparents, grandparents, and step-grandparents. As a Mount Union legacy, you are part of a special tradition here at Mount Union! Children of alumni receive perks too! View additional information about legacies.
Use of Career Services
The Office of Career Development offers a variety of career and job transition resources to assist alumni who are in an active job search. Many graduates don't realize that the Office of Career Development provides almost all of the same services to graduates as it does to students. So, if you didn't use the these services while you were here, it's not too late. Alumni are always welcome to attend any Mount Union affiliated career fairs, and may schedule an individual advising appointment to discuss career planning or job search concerns.
The Mount Union library is open to the public. Alumni and members of the campus community are welcome to visit the library to read books and take advantage of their online databases (including resources like Ohiolink, digital subscriptions, etc.). A librarian or student worker can log you in to a computer if you need internet access.
To check out books to take home for personal use, visitors must visit the circulation desk to create a guest library card.