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Alumni Council


Alumni Council serves as the advisory body to the College on behalf of the Earlham Alumni Association. Alumni of Earlham College are invited to become members of Alumni Council by the Council's Nominating committee or through self-nominations. Members may serve up to three consecutive three-year terms.

Alumni Council meets twice each year on campus to focus on programs and communications to fulfill a number of goals including:

  • facilitating the continuing relationship between Earlham College and its alumni
  • encouraging communication and fellowship among alumni
  • advancing the interest and needs of Earlham College
  • aiding in general promotion of the College to its alumni and the public

In response to these goals, six committees with specific responsibilities carry out the work of Alumni Council:

Recognition Committee

The Recognition Committee nominates and processes nominations received from alumni or friends for the Alumni Association's Outstanding and Distinguished Service awards.

Campus Affairs Committee

The Campus Affairs Committee assists the Alumni Office with planning and implementing on-campus activities that are intended to bridge the gap between students and alumni.

Off Campus Affairs Committee

The Off Campus Affairs Committee helps plan and implement off-campus programs and events to foster fellowship and communication.

Alumni Engagement Committee

The Engagement Committee works to promote awareness of Earlham College, the Alumni Council and the various ways in which alumni can serve the mission of the College.

Development Committee

The Development Committee works to promote alumni giving to Earlham and implement plans for raising funds to support specific Council projects.

Athletics Committee

The Athletics Committee works to enhance connections between alumni who were involved in athletics, scholar athletes and the college community.

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