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"LIFE AFTER COLLEGE, EXPLAINED"
The 2007 edition of the “Life After School, Explained” books will be available soon for FREE!
This is a gift from the Office of Alumni Relations for all 2007 graduating seniors. Your first opportunity to pick them up will be at the Grad Fair in the Bookstore on April 13. They will also be available at the Senior Class Picnic, Graduation Rehearsal, Graduation, and all during Senior Week.
ROCHESTER EMAIL ACCOUNTS
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Your Webmail (i.e. @mail.rochester.edu and @rochester.edu) will expire soon after graduation. It is important for you to set up your own personal e-mail account if you don’t already have one. Send your new e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org to ensure that you stay updated on class communications and events in year region after graduation.
Be sure to join the University of Rochester Young Alumni Facebook Group to stay connected.
STAY ACTIVE AFTER GRADUATION
There are many ways to still be active with your class even after graduation. Check out this link more opportunities:
Here are two specific ways for you to stay involved in the future:
Class of 2007 Alumni Council
This council will serve as the liaison between your classmates and the College after your graduation, assisting with class communications, class notes, reunion activities, event attendance, locating lost alumni, and encouraging participation in the College Annual Fund. Alumni Class Council members will be listed on the Class of 2007 Alumni Web site. There is no limit on the number of classmates who can participate.
Here are some examples of the Council's responsibilities:
- To help update new contact information for 2007 classmates. Young alumni tend to move frequently and we need your help to stay current with the always changing contact information.
- To help plan our first reunion! The Zero-Year Reunion will happen at durin Meliora Weekend 2007 on October 19-21. The Alumni Council will plan the actual events/programs and assisting with attendance/communications.
- To encourage classmate to attend regional events and programs.
- To assist in collecting notes and announcements from the class to go in the Rochester Review (the alumni magazine). This would include new babies, weddings, promotions, etc.
Young Alumni Council
The Young Alumni Council (YAC) is made up of College alumni who graduated within the last ten years and advise the College on programming, events, and outreach initiative for young alumni. The success of the Council depends largely on t he leadership, enthusiasm, and dedication provided by the Council’s members.
The Class of 2007 will have at least 3 representatives on the Young Alumni Council, which will be selected through a nomination process this semester.
Responsibilities generally include:
- Participation in 3-4 YAC conference call meetings throughout the year.
- Active participation on at least one of the Council’s committees (Communication, Development, and Student and Young Alumni Programming); taking part in committee conference calls, communications, and Council related activities as needed.
- Represent the Young Alumni Council, the Office of Alumni Relations, and the University of Rochester whether they are on campus or in their respective communities.
Members serve for a term of two years. Members may be eligible for re-election to an additional two-year term at the expiration of their first term. Council member’s terms coincide with the College’s reunion activities and Meliora Weekend.
If you are interested in joining the Class of 2007 Alumni Council or Young Alumni Council, contact Lisa at email@example.com or 585-273-3576.