Your engagement supports the growth and well-being of the University and our community members. We rely on our alumni to be a force of action, growth and well-being for the University and its constituents to ensure the longevity of our historic institution and to know how to best support you and your needs.
There are a number of opportunities to get involved that engage a variety of interests and talents and help enhance your alma mater and our community.
If you are interested in getting involved or have questions, please contact email@example.com or 314.446.8419.
Reunion Class Chairs
If you’re celebrating a reunion year or want to reunite an affinity group, join a Reunion committee to help plan a gathering you will always remember.
Dinner with Pharmacists
Hosts serve dinner, or take students to their favorite restaurant, and discuss their pharmacy career, professional advice, campus happenings and students' aspirations. Virtual options are also available for a dinner to be hosted over a Zoom call.
Help faculty host exams throughout the semester. Volunteers will assist with room preparation, checking attendance, troubleshooting exam software, monitoring for cheating, and collecting materials post exam. Program post-poned for academic year due to COVID.
African-American Alumni and Student Chapter
Focuses on building relationships between African-American alumni and students by providing a forum for students, aiding in the University’s recruitment efforts and building goodwill between the University and alumni.
Mercer Society Senior Alumni Chapter
Plans programming and initiatives to engage alumni ages 65+ with the University, each other and the community.
Trivia Night Committee
Help plan our alumni Trivia Night held in February.
Regional Alumni Chapters
Become a liaison in your community between the University and area alumni by helping the Office of Alumni Relations plan alumni programming in your town.
Take a leading role in building pride and a sense of community among our graduates by running for a seat on the alumni council. Nominations are accepted in March.
Accepted Student Notes
Help make our newest accepted students feel like a part of the University’s community before they step foot in class by writing notes to them between January-March.
Share your expertise with fellow alumni as a webinar host. Our 20-minute webinars have a featured a variety of topics from leadership skills to pharmacy guideline updates and can be recorded anywhere that is convenient for you!
Share your career path and job responsibilities with students as a class or organization speaker.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more about these and other exciting opportunities to get involved at the University.