GET INVOLVED AT UTC!
Are you an alumnus/a or friend of UTC and would like to stay involved on campus?
Well there are several opportunities in which you can be involved. Please look through several opportunities below in which you can get involved in serving the UTC Alumni Office and your alma mater.
The UTC Alumni Board of Directors is the main advising body for the UTC Office of Alumni Affairs. They connect the University with students, alumni and communities. By building and nurturing networks and relationships, the board promotes communication, partnerships and outreach between the University and its constituencies.
Members of the board are nominated and invited to participate by the Alumni Board of Directors membership committee. All board members must be alumni of the University and have prior involvement in the UTC Office of Alumni Affairs.
The Alumni Leadership Council is a group of alumni whose purpose is to identify alumni who are willing to commit the time and energy to work with others in the continued development of our University. Through this program interested alumni will become more involved with university issues, alumni programs and services, and if invited, will be prepared to take on advanced alumni leadership roles in the future.
The Summer Send-off Program is a University tradition that involves alumni or parents who host receptions or picnics for incoming UTC freshmen and transfer students from their home town during the summer months. The receptions connect students with alumni and other students and make them feel a part of the UTC community before they even arrive on campus.
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The GOLD Alumni program is an avenue for the graduates of the last decade to stay connected and give back to UTC.
Local alumni host dinners in their homes for students, faculty and fellow alumni in an effort to make UTC a smaller, friendlier place. UTC alumni host students and professors in their homes for an evening of good food, good conversation and UTC hospitality. By the end of the evening, 12 strangers, all with a Mocs background, have become 12 friends.
The Alumni Career Mentoring Program is a great way for UTC students and alumni to get in touch with other UTC graduates who can provide information or direction about career choices. The program consists of a database of alumni who have volunteered to share their career experiences and advice with students and other alumni. These individuals have diverse academic backgrounds and represent many industries, career fields, job functions and locations.
UTC is interested in building an alumni center that would serve as a building to host alumni events, visitor receptions, student program activities, community events and UTC history and traditions information. It would also serve as the office for University alumni staff and student alumni programs (SAC and The FAM). The UTC Office of Alumni Affairs is looking for people to contribute to the Alumni Commons Fund to turn this dream into a reality.
One of the best ways to help support our University is by attending Mocs athletics events and University Arts shows and performances. Show your pride in the stands and seats on campus.