Reunions

 

Alumni Reunions

The Office of Alumni Relations is ready to help you plan a reunion.

What works?

Time to Plan:  The Office of Alumni Relations recommends no less than 6 months to begin planning a successful reunion event.  Reunion committees that begin planning 12-24 months in advance experience the best success with their event!

Class Reunion Committee:  For a committee of at least 3-5 members of your class/organization that are committed to the success of your event.  The primary responsibility of the committee is to contact members of the class to encourage attendance at the reunion.  The Office of Alumni Relations will assist with all the logistics of the event (site location, catering, etc.)

Date:  Depending on the group, Homecoming may be the most logical time to have a reunion.  However, sometimes the Office of Alumni Relations will recommend non-Homecoming dates where campus facilities and staff can provide full-service to your reunion event. 

The Office of Alumni Relations can provide resources to make your reunion a success.  Contact us to find out more!

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Recent Fairmont State University graduate, Kurtis Dennison, will be leading a session on his experience with the Peace Corps at 2 p.m. Friday, Sept. 22, in Multimedia A in the Ruth Ann Musick Library.

After graduating in 2014 with a degree in theatre arts, Dennison served with AmeriCorps Energy Express and AmeriCorps VISTA to develop community theater activities in Grafton, West Virginia. He went on to volunteer with the Peace Corps, serving in Rwanda from 2015 through 2017.

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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Meghan B. Phillips, Class of 2006, supervised a union election in Fairmont on Wednesday, August 9.

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Friday, August 04, 2017

On July 22, more than 100 former Falcons attended the 2017 Freshman Counselor Reunion that took place on the main campus in the Falcon Center.  Many of the graduates had not been back to campus since they graduated and enjoyed seeing all of the changes to campus.

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