On October 4th we honored our 2014 Immaculata University Alumni Awards winners at the Awards Gala. At the gala, a video of the award winners was shown, showcasing what the awards mean to them, and the reasons they were chosen for these auspicious awards. The video can be found...Read More
Alumni Reunion Weekend 2014 has come and gone, but memories created here will last a lifetime. Join us as we relive this weekend through pictures! You can find pictures from Reunion Weekend on our google+ site by clicking here. *Update* As of June 2nd, all images from Alumni...Read More
The mission of the Office of University Advancement is to develop and promote a culture of philanthropy at Immaculata University by engaging trustees, students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and the community in a lifelong, mutually-beneficial relationship with the University. Through collaborative partnerships, responsive and professional service, and a commitment to stewardship, University Advancement provides leadership in securing public and private commitments in support of the University's strategic priorities.
The Immaculata University Alumni Association was established in 1925. The Alumni Association is made up of General, Associate, and Honorary Members.
The Alumni Association is governed by a Board of Governors; this board is made up of 21 elected delegates, honorary members, the immediate Past President, and up to four appointed members of the University community. Other members may be added as needed to keep pace with University growth and change.
The Immaculata University Alumni Association Board of Governors
As stated in the Alumni Association Constitution and By-Laws, all policies of the Association are made, and all business transacted through, the Alumni Association Board of Governors. The Board consists of 21 elected delegates, two honorary members (University President and Vice President for University Advancement), the Immediate Past President of the Association, up to four appointed members (including the Director of Alumni Relations and up to three representatives of University constituencies, one each from the College of Undergraduate Studies, College of Graduate Studies, and College of Lifelong Learning), and other members as needed to keep pace with University growth and change.
Elections for the 2015-2018 Board of Governors will begin on January 15, 2015.
Support of Immaculata University makes a remarkable difference in the lives of all of our students. Students depend on the generous gifts of alumni and friends to support them as they embark on their journey towards achieving success.
Giving matters because it supports tomorrow’s leaders. Private philanthropic support better enables Immaculata University to educate students and fulfill the mission of the Sisters Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Giving matters because it benefits the giver, too. Whether you give as a way of saying “thank you”—or as a way to make your mark on-campus—your donation will not go unnoticed or unappreciated.
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