From the alumni office
Alumni are the past, present and future of our university. It is the goal of the Alumni Relations office to keep you connected, informed and involved.
We receive many questions and have noticed some are asked more often than others. These questions have a recurring theme — staying involved.
We decided to share the most common questions and answer them here. Thank you for your continued support of Newman University, whether it be your valued time or your treasure, we are excited to see Newman alumni staying involved and connected to the university and paving the way for future alumni, too.
Q: Where is the Alumni Office located and how do we contact you?
A: The alumni office is located inside Sacred Heart Hall across from the Campus Ministry Office and St. John’s Chapel. Our office number is (316) 942-4291, ext 2166 or email [email protected].
Q: If I have an idea for an alumni event, can I contact the Alumni Office and share that idea?
A: YES! The Alumni Office is here to serve you. We want to create programs, events and find opportunities for you to invest in your alma mater that align with your interests and passions. Call the office, send us a message on Facebook or send us an email anytime with your ideas for alumni events.
Q: Where can I find out what alumni events are happening?
A: There are several ways you can stay connected. You can “like” our Newman University alumni Facebook page. Be sure your contact information is up-to-date as we send out emails about our events. We often have our student workers calling alumni to invite and remind you about smaller events.
Q: I want to be more involved but don’t know where to start. How do I sign up to help?
A: We have a few ways you can sign up to help. You can email us directly or call us, but we also have an Alumni Ambassador form, which can be found at newmanu.edu/administration/alumni-relations. By filling out this form, we can capture the information we need to help find out where you fit best and keep you updated on volunteer opportunities.