The F&Mily That Plays Together...
The moment they first step onto campus, students at Franklin & Marshall become members of our F&Mily for life. Our students graduate to be leaders in their fields, in their communities and in the world, but they always have a home at F&M. Current students and recent graduates are also our future alumni leaders, who help convey to our alumni, parents and friends the importance of giving and demonstrate the value of lifelong loyalty. The College has developed a variety of programs to encourage and cultivate student and young alumni leadership—and to help sustain the feeling of community that extends beyond the bounds of campus.
Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) are an important part of the Franklin & Marshall community, representing nearly 20 percent of the F&M alumni population. As new alumni transition from campus life busy with classes, clubs, and sports to lives beyond F&M, relationships with the College can continue in many ways. Check out all the exciting opportunities available to GOLD alumni!
The Senior Campaign is a long-standing tradition at F&M, inviting seniors to make a gift to the College that creates a lasting legacy for future F&M students. This is an opportunity for current seniors to contribute to a collective class gift, and to take their first steps down the path of philanthropy.
The Senior Class Gift is the perfect way to express gratitude for your F&M experience, while also taking part in making sure that this experience continues to make us proud.
Head on over to the Senior Campaign headquarters to learn more and get involved!
To learn more or get involved, contact Assistant Director of Annual Giving for Student & Recent Alumni Outreach, Christian Miron at email@example.com.
Franklin & Marshall Alumni Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) allows current students to deepen their connection with F&M and explore opportunities for remaining actively engaged with the College after graduation. ALOT students are committed members of the senior class who desire to act as leaders for their respective classes upon becoming alumni.
Through monthly meetings, ALOT members learn about the inner working of the College (including information about the Alumni Association, Board of Trustees and the organization of the College) as well as how to stay involved after graduation. During the course of the year, members work on projects to engage and connect members of the F&M community. ALOT members act as College ambassadors at events where alumni are on campus –True Blue Weekend and Alumni Weekend.
To learn more, contact Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Evan Brock at firstname.lastname@example.org.