Alumni Association News
New: Online address updates & registrations
Want to make sure that you get the latest news about what is happening at Virginia Tech? Want to learn about Virginia Tech events in your area?
Virginia Tech alumni are busier and more mobile than ever. Many need a fast and convenient way to let the university know about news, such as relocations and employment changes, and to make sure they stay connected to fellow alumni and the university. It is easy to do just thatonline! Go to www.VaTechAlumni.com and click on the link labeled "View and Update My Alumni Records." After establishing a username and password, inspect your alumni profile and make additions or changes. Update your information right there, instantly, anytime, from any computer with secure access to the Internet. The username and password selected also will allow each alum to access a free online educational program (or "knowledge unit") through the new VTAlumnNET distance learning network. See the article on page 20 for more details.
Also new on the Internet: Classes celebrating reunions may register online, make reunion weekend lodging reservations, and reserve reunion game football tickets. Go to www.VaTechAlumni.com and select "Reunions & Special Events." Check out the schedule of events, and register to attend your special weekend without looking for a stamp, envelope, or fax machine. Look for more exciting services coming this summer.
Alumni Association spring/summer events
May 17-18, 2001 -- Old Guard Reunion
All Virginia Tech graduates become members of the Old Guard after celebrating their 50th anniversary of graduation. Each spring members gather on campus to visit with classmates and tour new facilitiesa highlight of the Alumni Association year.
June 20-24, 2001 Summer Around the Drillfield
Each summer, the Alumni Association hosts a vacation opportunity for alumni and their families who wish to return to spend a several-day "alumni college" experience living in a residence hall and joining in faculty lectures, campus tours, and fun activities in the scenic mountain setting in and around Blacksburg. This year's focus is Information and Communication Technology, and in addition to this wonderful opportunity to witness many advances in these fields, participants can enjoy a full variety of events and entertainment. For more information, contact the Alumni Association at 540/231-6285.
Alumni Board Nominations Form for 2002-2005
Nominations to the 32-member Alumni Association Board of Directors are requested by June 1, 2001, for the next three-year term, which begins in July of 2002.
Nominee_____________________________________ Class Year
Please list reasons for your nomination and the nominee's qualifications on an additional page.
Your Name____________________________________ Class Year
Return to: Virginia Tech Alumni Association, Alumni Hall (0102), Blacksburg, VA 24061
October 13, 2001 vs. Boston College
ober 27, 2001 vs. Syracuse
December 1, 2001 vs. Miami