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MOSAIC
Kelechi Oguh '08 (left) is a member of the Alumni Council. She is the Council's representative for Mosaic, which helps to develop student and alumni of color engagement to Colgate.
Career Panels
The Alumni Council is proud to be instrumental in the development of Real World and SophoMORE Connections. Each year, members of the Alumni Council participate in a variety of career panels for students.
Fundraising Efforts
The Alumni Council supports Colgate every year with 100% participation in fundraising efforts. Here, Melissa Coley ’79 (middle left) and Joe McGrath ’85 (middle right) enjoy the Presidents' Club Gala in New York City.
Inauguration
The Alumni Council was pleased to participate in the inauguration of President Brian W. Casey, Colgate's 17th President in October, 2016. Here, members join the processional.
Homecoming
The Alumni Council is a proud supporter of Colgate athletics and Homecoming Weekend. Members of the Alumni Council are frequent volunteers for students during this favorite annual weekend.

Call for Nominations

The nominations committee of the alumni council seeks recommendations for this 55-member volunteer board. Each year 11 to 13 positions are filled. See our full list of qualifications here. The awards committee also seeks nominations from the classes ending in 3 and 8 for awards to be presented at Reunion 2018. View a full list of categories. Send nominations by September 1 to Tim Mansfield, Executive Secretary, Colgate University, 13 Oak Drive, Hamilton, NY 13346.

The Alumni Council

The Alumni Council represents the more than 33,000 living members of Colgate’s alumni body. The mission of the council is to support the university and its strategic plan, promote dialogue among alumni, students, faculty, university administration and the Board of Trustees and to promote alumni engagement. The Alumni Council convenes at Colgate three times per year and is available to share updates with and hear perspectives from the alumni body year-round.
Mission
The mission of the Alumni Council is to:
  • Support the university and its strategic plan, helping to advance and secure Colgate’s position as a leading liberal arts university, while preserving Colgate’s core values and traditions.
  • Promote dialogue among alumni, students, faculty, administration, and the Board of Trustees on issues of importance to the welfare of the university.
  • Actively support programs, on and off campus, to increase alumni engagement in the life of the university.
Structure
The Alumni Council consists of 55 alumni leaders who are elected in recognition of exemplary volunteerism, devotion, and consistent support of Colgate. Council members reflect the diversity of the alumni body and its opinions, spanning graduate eras and geographic regions. The Council includes Era Representatives, At-Large Representatives and Regional Vice Presidents. The Council is separate from the Board of Trustees, but six members of the Alumni Council also serve as alumni trustees on the Board of Trustees and are charged with representing Council perspective and facilitating communication between the Board of Trustees and the Alumni Council.

Read more about the council structure and bylaws.

Each member of the Alumni Council participates on three of nine standing committees, including: Admissions, Advancement, Athletics, Awards, Career Initiatives, Communications, District Clubs, Intellectual Engagement, Nominations and University Relations.
History
Colgate’s Alumni Council was formed in 1919 as the Colgate University Alumni Corporation. Over the years, the Alumni Council has spearheaded and contributed to a variety of initiatives in partnership with the university including “Real World” now known as “SophoMORE Connections” and the Partnership for Community Development.

Alumni Council Members

Alumni Council members include four representatives from each graduation ERA and are considered among different geographies, gender, ethnicity, and occupation.  Most importantly, the Alumni Council members are chosen for their loyalty and service to Colgate and their ability to represent alumni interests back to the university.  

CURRENT MEMBERS

Alumni Awards

Honoring extraordinary service among Colgate alumni and friends.

AWARD WINNERS

2017–18 Goals

Building on a recently completed strategic planning process, the Alumni Council will focus this year on:
  • Expanding communications with alumni
  • Connecting more effectively with volunteers
  • Implementing strategic initiatives in collaboration with University programs
  • Developing an assessment tool to evaluate the Council’s impact

Meeting Summaries

Spring 2017 Meeting of the Alumni Council, April 7–9, 2017
The Colgate Alumni Council consists of 55 alumni nominated for their exemplary volunteer service to Colgate. Its members represent the approximately 34,000 alumni in the Colgate Alumni Corporation, and each member strives to be a "Colgate ambassador": enhancing the experience of all Colgate alumni by becoming deeply familiar with the state of the college; promoting robust communications, interesting and useful programming, and other modes of connection and engagement; and providing venues for alumni to discuss Colgate issues. Please read what the Council is working on, follow the links to additional information, and feel free to contact us: we're eager to hear your thoughts and suggestions.

From April 7-9, 2017, the Alumni Council met in Hamilton for its third meeting of the 2016–2017 academic year. The Council's work is conducted through its committees and meetings of the entire Council. Below is a summary of the Council's work.

Support of Students

On Thursday evening, the Alumni Council joined senior students who are members of the Presidents’ Club for a reception and networking in the Robert Ho ’56 Science Center Atrium. President Joe McGrath ’85 thanked the students for their support of Colgate and provided an overview of the Alumni Council’s work. Madeline Tsao ’17 provided some remarks on the Senior Class Gift and her appreciation for the Presidents’ Club.

Following the reception, the Alumni Council joined students, staff, faculty, and members of the Board of Trustees at the annual Konosioni Auction in the Hall of Presidents. The auction helps support Madison County Gives and raised over $20,000.

Welcome and Introduction

Following the Executive Committee meeting on Saturday morning, President Joe McGrath ’85 welcomed Council members to the spring meeting. He highlighted the events of the weekend which included a meeting with President Brian W. Casey, a luncheon with students from Thought Into Action, and the annual retirement dinner.

Career Initiatives Committee

Committee Chair Susie Becker Gould ’03 introduced Mike Sciola, Associate Vice President of Advancement and Career Initiatives. Sciola provided an update on student traffic in the Center for Career Services (91%), Benton Hall fundraising/construction, and the “Learn to Earn” program. Mr. Sciola also spoke about Entrepreneur Weekend changes and thanked members of the Alumni Council who helped serve on the committee to review summer internship proposals.

Advancement Committee

Harry Horwitz ’76, Committee Chair, introduced Jennifer Stone, Director of Annual Giving and Director of Professional Networks. Ms. Stone gave an update on fundraising progress to date ($4.7M for Colgate Fund (+$685K from last year), 29% alumni giving rate, senior class donors: 63%, and alumni donors: 8,365). Her staff provided information about three new programs in Advancement and Alumni Relations: Pass the Torch, Broad Street Challenge, and Torch Medal Initiative. Stone also shared how her staff has applied feedback from the Alumni Council.

Intellectual Engagement Committee

Committee Chair Pat Apelian ’76 began the meeting with a review of all academic programs that Colgate sponsored in FY17. They include 25 events with Colgate faculty, plus other intellectual programs with alumni specialists. Apelian encouraged members of the Alumni Council to use Livestream to view recorded or live lectures on campus. She then introduced Professor Mary Ann Calo to discuss her travel program to Venice, Italy in October. Calo described how programs like these are more intellectual than “tourist” and offer guests a full immersion into the art, culture, and history of Venice. They are looking to secure 20 registrants by July 15, 2017.

Meeting with President Brian W. Casey

The Alumni Council was pleased to meet with the President to discuss his observations about Colgate after his first nine months, and his priorities going forward. Casey discussed two important administrative positions he is looking to fill (Dean of the College, Dean of the Faculty), his hopes for the capital campaign, and then spent a lot of time discussing his strategic priorities: Colgate faculty, our ability to enroll the best students, the residential experience for students, and the campus itself. President Casey reviewed the plans for the new residence halls on the quad and also addressed recent sexual assault allegations from students.

Athletics Committee

Committee Chair Bob Glendening ’71 introduced several guests to the meeting: Ann-Marie Guglieri (Senior Associate Athletic Director), Kathy Brawn (Women’s Soccer Head Coach), and Dan Hunt (Head Football Coach). Guglieri provided an overview of the past academic year including success on and off the playing field, specifically the opening of the Class of ’65 Arena. Brawn and Hunt gave a recaps of their seasons and expressed gratitude for alumni support of their programs. Among other topics, they discussed recruiting challenges, athletic scholarships, and their commitment to winning.

State of the ‘Gate

Three different committees were represented during the State of the ‘Gate panel presentation. The Admission Committee was pleased to welcome Gary Ross ’77 (Vice President and Dean) to provide an update on the Class of 2021. He discussed median board scores and GPA of accepted students, gender and ethnicity data, and projections for enrollment. Tim Mansfield (Associate Vice President of Advancement and Alumni Relations) was invited by the District Clubs Committee Chair Kaela Mueller ’09 to discuss the metrics used to calculate the Alumni Engagement Index, which currently is at 48% toward a 57% goal. 

Finally, Taylor Buonocore ’08 (chair of the Communications Committee) introduced Colgate’s new Vice President of Communications, Laura Jack, to the Alumni Council. Ms. Jack gave a brief overview of her career, impressions of Colgate, and goals for her first several months.

Retirement Dinner

On Saturday, April 8, the Alumni Council recognized several members of the council who are retiring in June. They included: Gus P. Coldebella '91, Vaughn E. Crowe '02, Robert L. Glendening '71, Robert S. Grossman '96, Harry A. Horwitz '76, Anne M. Huntington '07, Ronald A. Joyce '73, Guy V. Martin '57, Nancy D. Maynard '05, Joseph P. McGrath Jr. '85, and Eric T. Seidman '84.

All have been very dedicated volunteers and the Alumni Council thanked them for their service to Colgate. Guests who joined the retirement dinner to recognize alumni service to Colgate included: Robert Tyburski (Vice President), Patty Caprio, Professor Tony Aveni (Maroon Citation Award recipient), Tom O’Neill (Maroon Citation Award recipient), Professor Tom Balonek (Distinguished Teaching Award recipient), Laura Jack (Vice President of Communications), J.S. Hope ’97 (Vice President of Finance), Gary Ross ’77 (William Brian Little ’64 Award for Distinguished Service recipient), RuthAnn Loveless (retired Vice President of Alumni Affairs), Darcie ’98 and David Loveless, and the Alumni Relations staff.

Meeting with Finance & Administration

On Sunday morning, President Joe McGrath ’85 introduced two guests to meet with the Alumni Council. Tom O’Neill, Controller, has served at Colgate over forty years and annually prepares the IRS 990 documents for the Alumni Corporation. He is also a recipient of the Maroon Citation award which will be presented at Reunion this June. Tom described his work in the Accounting Office managing payroll, budgets, and operating expenses for the University.

J.S. Hope ’97 has served at Colgate for six years and currently is the Vice President of Finance and Administration. J.S. provided an extensive look at Colgate’s endowment strategies and how he works with the Board of Trustees to steward Colgate’s resources. It was a very useful presentation and the Alumni Council appreciated learning about Colgate’s solid financial position.

University Relations Committee

Deb Duarte ’81, Committee Chair, introduced several guests to the committee meeting. Ms. Jennifer Marotto-Lutter is the Director of the Partnership for Community Development and she gave a presentation on how her office supports the local economy and works with Colgate. Back in 1999, the Alumni Council was instrumental in forming/financing the Partnership for Community Development. 

After the PCD presentation, Duarte introduced Dr. Dawn LaFrance, Director of the Counseling Center and Haven. LaFrance brought two members of her staff who work closely with survivors of sexual assault. They described their services and helped answer questions from Alumni Council members. While the staff was thanked for their important work, Alumni Council members also expressed strong concern for the national trends and alleged violations here at Colgate.

General Session

During Executive Session, the Alumni Council conducted several officer votes that were unanimously approved:
  • Melissa Coley ’79 as President for a term of two years
  • Carmine DiSibio ’85 as Vice President for a term of two years
  • Pat Apelian ’76 as Treasurer for a term of two years
  • Co Bertsche ’63 as Legal Counsel for a term of two years
  • Tim Mansfield as Executive Secretary for a term of one year
The following director positions were also approved unanimously:
  • Jessica Prata ’01 as Regional VP - Southeast, effectively immediately, for the unexpired term created by the resignation of Lesley McNamara ‘01
  • Chris Johnson ’02 as Chair of Nominations Committee for a maximum term of two years
New members of the Nominations Committee:
  • Chad Cooley ’00
  • Jane Porter ’74
  • Stephen Rock ’85
  • Andrew Sweet ’93
  • Richard Burke ’92
  • Ed Witz ‘89
The following bylaw revisions were also approved unanimously:
  • Changing the name of the Career Services Committee to the Career Initiatives Committee - Moving the date for alumni to file contested petitions from April 10 to April 1 - Allowing the Treasurer to serve as ex officio member of all committees
The following bylaw revision was unanimously approved with one abstention:
  • Moving the approval of the Alumni Council slate of nominees from the winter to the fall meeting
Once the General Session returned to its open meeting, the following reports were shared:
  • Melissa Coley ’79 (President-elect) announced new Committee chairs for 2017-18 including Chad Cooley ’00 (Advancement), Andy Roffe ’68 (Athletics), Greg Dahlberg ’98 (Awards), Betsy Levine-Brown ’01 (Intellectual Engagement), and Chris Johnson ’02 (Nominations).
  • Joe McGrath thanked Eric Seidman ’84 for his preparations for a possible contested election. [N.B. Subsequent to the meeting Tim Mansfield reported that no petition candidates had filed for election to the Council]
  • Robert Johnson ’94 (Treasurer) reported completion of the IRS 990 and the “Contribution Acknowledgment” forms
  • Tim Mansfield (Executive Secretary) reported on Mosaic Weekend, Reunion, and Colgate Professional Networks
During the “Beyond the ‘Gate” discussion, the following topics were raised:
  • Chad Cooley ’00 asked for support of Paul Massey ’82 for his NYC mayoral candidacy
  • Co Bertsche ‘63 thanked Joe McGrath ’85 for his outstanding leadership as President
  • Nancy Maynard ’05 requested support for the Fraternity & Sorority Alumni Initiative (FSAI)
Past Meetings and Summaries
Fall 2016 Meeting of the Alumni Council, September 29 - October 1, 2016

September/October 2016 Meeting Summary

The Colgate Alumni Council consists of 55 alumni nominated for their exemplary volunteer service to Colgate. Its members represent the approximately 34,000 alumni in the Colgate Alumni Corporation, and each member strives to be a "Colgate ambassador": enhancing the experience of all Colgate alumni by becoming deeply familiar with the state of the college; promoting robust communications, interesting and useful programming, and other modes of connection and engagement; and providing venues for alumni to discuss Colgate issues.

Please read what the Council is working on, follow the links to additional information, and feel free to contact us: we're eager to hear your thoughts and suggestions.

From September 29 – October 1, 2016, the Alumni Council met in Hamilton for its first meeting of the 2016–2017 academic year. As part of Inauguration and Homecoming activities, the Council conducted its work through its committees and meetings. Below is a summary of the Council's work.

A Special Weekend
The Alumni Council was pleased to participate in a variety of events surrounding the Inauguration of President Brian W. Casey, including a special dinner on Thursday night with trustees, faculty, and guests. Members also processed in the formal ceremony in the Chapel on Friday, September 30.

Homecoming Weekend also included the dedication of the Class of 1965 Arena and the Alumni Council was included at the formal ceremony and reception.

Welcome to New Members
New members to the Alumni Council include: Patricia Spindel '79, William Baker '70, Chad Cooley '00, Robert Burke '85, Ed Witz '89, Stephen Rock '85, Richard Burke '92, Andrew Sweet '93, Betsy Levine-Brown '01, Priit Vesilind '64, and Robert Sobelman '08.

Nominations Committee
The Nominations Committee met on Monday, September 26 in New York City to consider its recommendations for nine nominees for election as directors of the Alumni Council (one candidate from each of the seven Eras and two At-Large candidates), and one Regional Vice President to be appointed by the Council. The Committee considered the qualifications of hundreds of nominees for each director and Regional Vice President position. At the end of the meeting, the Committee had a slate of final nominees for all ten Council positions, along with two alternates for each position in the event one of the final nominees declines. The chair of the committee, Carmine DiSibio ’85 presented the nominees at the General Session on Saturday, October 1 where a vote was taken to approve the slate.

Once candidates accept their nomination, their names will be listed in the winter edition of the Colgate Scene.

Awards Committee
Led by Anne Huntington ‘’07 (Chair), the committee began its annual review of nominees for alumni awards. During the fall meeting, the nominees for Maroon Citation, William Brian Little ‘64 Award, and Ann Yao ’80 Young Alumni Award were discussed

District Clubs Committee
Kaela Mueller ’09, chair, led the committee in a discussion about institutional support for district club volunteers and their programs. Tim Mansfield, Associate Vice President of Advancement and Alumni Relations, provided an overview of Colgate’s Signature Programs and collected feedback from the committee on how to communicate with club volunteers.

We then voted on the three annual awards given by the committee, the Carlton O. Miller '14 Memorial Cup for Outstanding District Club Achievement, the Harold S. Merrell '42 Memorial Award for Most Improved District Club Achievement, and the RuthAnn Spear Loveless Award for Distinguished Individual and Special Recognition.

The Colgate Clubs of Boston, Philadelphia, Albany, the Chenango Valley, and Louisville won the Miller Award; Atlanta and St. Louis won the Merrell, and Paul Lobo '89 (DC) and Karl Fries '10 (Boston) won the Loveless award. The Colgate Club of New York won a Special Recognition for Sustained Excellence, The Club of the Rockies won a Special Recognition for Creative Programming, the Club of Maine won a Special Recognition for Creative Outreach, the Club of Pittsburgh won a Special Recognition for Revitalization, and the Club of Richmond won a Special Recognition for Innovative Excellence.

Advancement Committee
At the Advancement Committee meeting, Jennifer Stone, Director of Annual Giving and Professional Networks, gave a presentation on the alumni giving rate. The alumni giving rate is important as it impacts our rankings in US News and World Report. Thanks in part to the work of the Alumni Council, Colgate was able to increase its alumni giving rate by 3% (to 43%) from FY15 to FY16. Our goal is to reach a 50% alumni giving rate by FY19. The Alumni Council will be called upon to play a role in reaching this goal in the months ahead.

Career Initiatives Committee
Susie Becker Gould ’03 reports that the committee changed its name to describe all aspects of career initiatives at Colgate - Career Services, Thought Into Action, the Fox Management and Leadership Skills Program, the Investment Studies Program and the Colgate Professional Networks. She invited Mike Sciola, Associate Vice President of Advancement and Career Initiatives to provide an update on the growth in companies that hire our students - a huge jump in the last few years. Sciola also provided images of the new Benton Hall - breaking ground soon and due to be complete in the beginning of 2018.

Finally, Mr. Sciola gave an update on Colgate’s financial literacy programs and focus for the committee this upcoming year.

Athletics Committee
Joe McGrath ’85 introduced two guests to the Athletics Committee meeting: Christina Turner from Physical Education and Recreation Sports, and Taurian Houston from Athletics. Ms. Turner presented an overview of the various physical education, intramural, and outdoor programs at Colgate. Mr. Houston provided an overview of recruitment and scholarship practices that Colgate follows for its student athletes.

State of the ‘Gate
Joe McGrath ’85 welcomed guests to the State of ‘Gate luncheon, which invited members of the Admissions Committee and University Relations Committee. They were joined by Dean of Admission Gary Ross ’77 and Dr. Mark Thompson, Interim VP and Dean of the College. Dr. Thompson has served at Colgate for nineteen years as Director of the Counseling Center until he was asked to serve in this capacity for one year.

Thompson discussed a variety of topics including his new responsibilities and about the campus climate for students. He was asked about the Residential Commons, which he expressed as a work in progress but mostly successful. There was a vigorous discussion about the Alumni Council experience at the April meeting at the commons and members expressed their opinion that their experience was far from satisfactory. He spoke briefly about the SGA proposal to the Board of Trustees about Greek Life and clarified that this was a board decision and not within his purview. Finally, the discussion also touched on the sexual assault prevention programs on campus and agreed that this needed further discussion.

Dean Ross reviewed enrollment statistics from the Class of 2020, the current first year class. Ross shared data about their average high school GPA, standardized test scores, and home origin. This class has a slight decrease in Latino/a students but an increase in Chinese students. 9% of the Class of 2020 is from a non-U.S. country. Ross also discussed financial aid resources and emerging regions for new U.S. applicants (Denver, Seattle, Texas, and Illinois).

General Session
On Saturday morning, the Alumni Council held its General Session for all Directors. During that meeting, Co Bertsche ’63 (Legal Counsel) noted several bylaw changes that were under consideration and requested comments prior to the Winter meeting and in advance of formal proposals. The proposals under consideration and explained by Bertsche include: eliminating Life Member voting rights in those instances where approval of a majority of the full Council, including all 13 of the current Life Members, is required, while retaining their right to fully participate and vote in committee and other Council endeavors; advancing the deadline for online elections by one week; assuring the ability to provide for solely electronic voting for directors; moving the date for approval of director nominees from the Winter to the Fall meeting; and changing the name of the Career Services Committee to Career Initiatives Committee. It was requested that comments on these and thoughts regarding any other bylaw changes

be submitted to Mr. Bertsche directly or through Tim Mansfield well in advance of the Winter meeting so that they may be considered and voted upon at that meeting.

Sean Devlin ’05 proposed a resolution for the Alumni Council to support the recent action by the Student Government Association, to request the Board of Trustees explore the expansion of Greek life at Colgate. Since the SGA resolution has not been seen by the Council, it was agreed to table its consideration until the January meeting

Two new director appointments were proposed by President McGrath and approved by the Board as follows: As ERA II director, Jane Porter ’74 replaces Amr Nosseir ’76 who regretfully submitted his resignation due to the demands of his job. As Era IV director, Robert Burke ’85 replaces John Hayes ’88, who has been elected in his own right to the University Board of Trustees.

President McGrath also announced his appointment of Debra Duarte ’81 to replace Vaughn Crowe ’02 as the Chair of University Relations Committee. Vaughn had requested to step down as chair due to the demands of his job; he remains a director.

Mr. McGrath also announced the Executive Committee recommendations for Alumni Trustee, namely Terry Egler ’77 and Robert Johnson ’94 to succeed Gus Coldebella ’91 and Ron Joyce ’73 whose terms expire in June. The Council will officially vote on their selection at the Winter meeting, whereupon the selections will be referred to the Nominating Committee of the University Board of Trustees for its consideration.

Carmine DiSibio ’85, Nominations Committee Chair, announced the Committee’s nominations for ERA and At Large director positions (plus 1st and 2nd alternates) to stand for election at Reunion weekend 2017. The slate was unanimously approved. He also announced the Committee’s nominee (plus 1st and 2nd alternates) for RVP-Upstate New York, Executive Secretary (Tim Mansfield), and Council President (Melissa Coley, current VP) to be voted upon at the Council’s Winter meeting.

Melissa Coley ’79, acting as interim chair of the Nominations Committee (Mr. DiSibio having excused himself), announced the Nominations Committee recommendation of Carmine DiSibio ’85 as the next Vice President of the Alumni Council. The official vote will be held at the Winter meeting.

Spring 2016 meeting of the Alumni Council, April 8 - 10, 2016
April 2016 Meeting Summary
April 2016 Meeting Minutes

Winter 2016 meeting of the Alumni Council, January 14 - 16, 2016
January 2016 Meeting Summary
January 2016 Meeting Minutes

Fall 2015 meeting of the Alumni Council, September 17 - 19, 2015
September 2015 Meeting Summary
September 2015 Meeting Minutes

Spring 2015 meeting of the Alumni Council, April 10 - 12, 2015
April 2015 Meeting Summary
April 2015 Meeting Minutes

Winter Meeting of the Alumni Council, January 15 - 17, 2015
January 2015 Meeting Summary
January 2015 Meeting Minutes

Fall Meeting of the Alumni Council, October 9 - 11, 2014
October 2014 Meeting Summary
October 2014 Meeting Minutes

Annual Meeting of the Alumni Council - At Reunion 2014
2014 Annual Meeting Minutes

Spring Meeting of the Alumni Council, April 11 - 13, 2014
April 2014 Meeting Summary
April 2014 Meeting Minutes

Winter Meeting of the Alumni Council, January 17 - 18, 2014
January 2014 Meeting Summary
January 2014 Meeting Minutes

Fall Meeting of the Alumni Council, September 6 - 8, 2013
September 2013 Meeting Summary
September 2013 Meeting Minutes

Annual Meeting of the Alumni Council - At Reunion 2013
2013 Annual Meeting Minutes

Spring Meeting of the Alumni Council, April 13 - 14, 2013
April 2013 Meeting Summary
April 2013 Meeting Minutes

Winter Meeting of the Alumni Council, January 18 - 19, 2013
January 2013 Meeting Summary
January 2013 Meeting Minutes

Fall Meeting of the Alumni Council, September 14 - 15, 2012
September 2012 Meeting Summary
September 2012 Meeting Minutes

Annual Meeting of the Alumni Council 2012 - At Reunion 2012
2012 Annual Meeting Minutes

Spring Meeting of the Alumni Council, April 14-15, 2012
April 2012 Meeting Summary
April 2012 Meeting Minutes

Winter Meeting of the Alumni Council, January 20-21, 2012
January 2012 Meeting Summary
January-2012-Meeting-Minutes

Minutes for meetings held prior to January, 2012 may be obtained by contacting the Office of Alumni Relations at 315-228-7433

Upcoming Meetings

Date Location
June 3, 2017
Annual meeting at Reunion*
Hamilton, NY
October 12-14, 2017
Begins on the evening of Thursday, October 12
Hamilton, NY
January 18 - 20, 2018
Begins on the evening of Thursday, January 18
Hamilton, NY
April 6 - 8, 2018
Begins on the evening of Friday, April 6
Hamilton, NY
June 2, 2018
Annual meeting at Reunion*
Hamilton, NY
September 20 - 22, 2018
Begins on the evening of Thursday, September 20
Hamilton, NY

*Council members are not required to attend the annual meeting. Those on campus for Reunion are encouraged to attend.