DIVISION OF UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Alumni Relations Alumni traditions were

Division of university advancement alumni relations

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DIVISION OF UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT Alumni Relations: Alumni traditions were begun in 1863 with the first Alumni Association meeting. Alumni Relations now offers activities and assistance to all Illinois State University alumni and coordinates all programs of the 160,000-member Alumni Association. All gradu- ates are automatic members of the Alumni Association; no dues are required to join. With offices in the Bone Student Center and on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Alumni Relations’ primary goal is to act as liaison between the University and its alumni locally, nationally, and throughout the world. Together with the Illinois State Alumni Association, Alumni Relations provides the campus community assistance in staying connected to grad- uates and building pride in students currently enrolled. Current students may become involved through the Student Alumni Council (SAC), a reg- istered student organization with headquarters in the Alumni Relations office in Bone Student Center, (309) 438-2586. Foundation : The Illinois State University Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation chartered by the State of Illinois for the sole purpose of solic- iting, receiving, holding, investing, and administer- ing gifts, grants, real property, historical papers, collections, and other materials which support and enhance educational opportunities at Illinois State University. It also coordinates an office in Chicago and oversees the management of Ewing Manor. An elected Board of Directors comprised of alumni, friends of the University, and ex-officio campus representatives oversees the policies for the Illinois State University Foundation. All gifts made to the Illinois State University Foundation are tax deductible as provided by law. Further information about the Foundation may be obtained by contacting the Vice President for University Advancement, (309) 438-7681. Development Office: The Office of Development works with the Foundation to coordi- nate long-range programs to encourage private giv- ing from the broad range of the University’s constituencies. The financial support generated through private giving provides resources for schol- arships, faculty rewards, departmental program- ming, facilities and equipment and endowments. The Development Office is located in Hovey 401. Donor and Information Services: Located in Hovey 401, Donor and Information Services maintains the Alumni-Development Information Network (ADIN) and provides assistance to development staff and others on campus involved in alumni, fund-raising, and donor stewardship activities. University Marketing and Communications: University Marketing and Communications pro- vides services associated with print and video media and university promotions. University Marketing and Communication also oversees licensing agreements and produces a number of publications including Illinois State Alumni Magazine.
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