Elon Alumni Association

Types of Regional Programs

Alumni chapters and clubs connect and engage Elon alumni in their local communities. They are a partnership between the Office of Alumni Engagement and alumni volunteers. For information about volunteering with your local regional program, contact Jennifer Boozer, coordinator of regional alumni engagement, at jboozer@elon.edu or (336) 278-7443. For the complete list of Elon Alumni Regional Programs, click here.

Alumni Chapters

  • Have a designated chapter president and 4-plus board members, depending on the size and needs of the region; president must attend annual regional leaders workshop at Elon.
  • Host at least four events per year including the Welcome to the City event, National Networking Night event, a service event and other events that fall into the categories of networking, professional development, service and reconnecting with Elon.
  • Work with the Office of Alumni Engagement to plan and implement university-sponsored events in the area.
  • Maintain a chapter Facebook page to market events to local alumni.
  • Adhere to all alumni engagement deadlines, especially submitting calendar action plans in a timely manner so events can be marketed through university resources (i.e. - two print newsletters or postcards per year, one email per month and mention in The Magazine of Elon).
  • Present one local graduate with a Chapter Member of the Year Award.

Alumni Clubs

  • Have a designated club president and 2-plus board members, depending on the size and needs of the region; who serves as a liaison between local alumni and the Office of Alumni Engagement; president must attend annual regional leaders workshop at Elon.
  • Host a Welcome to the City event and participate in National Networking Night each year.
  • Work with the Office of Alumni Engagement to plan and implement university-sponsored events in the area.
  • Adhere to all alumni engagement deadlines, especially submitting calendar action plans in a timely manner so events can be marketed through university resources (i.e. - one print newsletter or postcard per year, one email per month and mention in The Magazine of Elon).

Regional Area Contacts

  • Serve as resources for current Elon students and alumni seeking employment or relocation information about the area.
  • Work with the Office of Alumni Engagement to plan and impement university-sponsored events in the area.
  • Occassionally help plan and host events for alumni in your area.