Thank you for becoming a Reunion Year Volunteer! Below is an outline of how the Utica College Alumni Office will support you in bringing your classmates together once again and what UC needs from you to make this year the best reunion year yet for your class.
- Once you agree to be a volunteer, submit your electronic signature to your staff liaison. Your signature will be used on letters to your classmates once you have approved the letters.
- Your staff liaison will provide a rough outline of when reunion volunteer meetings will be held in the months leading up to Homecoming.
- Regular communication between reunion year volunteers and Utica College staff liaisons through telephone calls, notes, e-mail messages, and social media to encourage ideas and involvement to make the reunion memorable for all.
- Author class communications, including letters and mass e-communications, to encourage reunion attendance and other engagement.
- Volunteers will be provided with a class list to be divided amongst volunteers to contact as many classmates as possible and spread the word for Homecoming.
- A social media buzz kit will be provided to assist volunteers in online engagement with their classmates and to help get alumni back on campus for Homecoming. Volunteer’s should have at least one of the following social media accounts: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn
- Social Media will be used to build excitement for your upcoming Reunion and Homecoming Weekend! Drive classmates to the Utica College Homecoming page for details on events and to register.
- If you choose to send notes in the mail, Utica College will reimburse you for postage.
- Make a commitment to attend your reunion (you will be acknowledged throughout the weekend) and celebrate!
- Make a thank you phone call or send a note to classmates for their reunion attendance, involvement in planning, contributions to the College and other support.
For more information, or to register to be a reunion year volunteer, click the button below or contact:
Office of Advancement