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Alumni Activity Checklist

Alumni Activity Checklist
Royals raise a glass to their alma mater at The Scranton Club of New England’s Toast2Scranton reception in Sept. 2015. (Photo provided by adventuresofcari)

As men and women for and with others, Royals are committed to staying connected to their alma mater. In fact, “How can I get involved?” ranks high on the list of questions we receive from alumni. To help answer this question, we’ve put together an Alumni Activity Checklist for Royals looking to strengthen their ties to The University of Scranton.

 

Visit Campus

To explore your Ignatian identity, visit the Jesuit Center, a central space on the second floor of St. Thomas Hall where alumni can check in and reconnect with the heart of the Scranton experience. Patrick Rogers, S.J., executive director, and his team have established an area dedicated to alumni where Royals can find information on how to strengthen their Catholic faith.

Become Involved in a Regional Club Near You

Joining a regional club gives Royals a way to connect with their fellow alumni and celebrate all things Scranton. To find a club near you, visit scranton.edu/regionalclubs .

Attend a Professional Group Event

Many alumni have found that participating in professional group activities organized by the President’s Business Council (PBC) and the Medical Alumni Council (MAC) is a great way to make a difference in the lives of current students. In addition, the University holds networking and Continuing Legal Education (CLE) events for alumni lawyers and sponsors alumni opportunities in a variety of fields. For more information on the PBC, visit scranton.edu/pbc or contact Tim Pryle ’89, executive director, at 570.941.5837 or pbc@scranton.edu; for more information on all other professional groups and activities, contact Lynn Andres ’89 at 570.941.4142 or lynn.andres@scranton.edu.

Represent Your Class

Royals looking to act as a point person for their classmates and the University on social media can join the Class Representative program, which is actively recruiting from all class years. By becoming a part of a reunion committee, you can earn an Alumni Coin of Excellence, a ceremonial token of membership in the Scranton family first awarded to new graduates at commencement 2017 and to members of the 25th Reunion Class at Alumni Weekend 2017. For more information, contact Bridget Chomko G’17 at 570.941.4213 or bridget.chomko@scranton.edu.

Develop a Royal Career

Mentoring a student, hosting an intern or hiring a Royal will provide you with a solid connection to the lifeblood of the University while giving a current student the chance to develop professionally. Contact Chris Whitney, director of the Center for Career Development, at 570.941.7640 or christina.whitney@scranton.edu for more information.

Keep the Lines of Communication Open

Visit scranton.edu/beengaged to update your information, and follow us @ScrantonAlumni on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest news on all things Royal.

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