The purpose of the Alumnae Council is to engage alumnae/i in a variety of ways that accomplish the following objectives:
Each member is asked to serve a three-year term. In addition, Council members are asked to:
Alumnae Council members each participate in one council committee.
Purpose: To support the College for Adults in the areas of building awareness, recruiting students and shaping the future mix of program offerings and essential support services for adults. Members must be graduates of the Weekend College, Evening Weekend Online or Associate Programs.
Purpose: To hold the Movers & Shakers event, helping students move into campus residence halls at the beginning of the academic year, and assist in hosting St. Kate's students who are not able to travel to be with their families during holiday breaks.
Purpose: To create opportunities, through events such as the University-wide day of service, Citizen Katie, where alumnae/i, students, faculty and staff come together in service to positively impact community.
The Council has attracted a large number of applications and has reached its membership limit for fall 2017. Membership will open again in Spring 2018. You may submit an application now and we will contact you via email next February/March.
Thank you for your interest in serving St. Kate's.
The 2017 Annual Meeting will be held Friday, October 6. “Forever St. Catherine” is this year’s theme. This major event for the Alumnae Council is designed to inform, celebrate and inspire. President Becky Roloff ’76, will be our featured speaker. As a reminder, attending this event is a requirement of council membership. For those of you coming from out of town, please join our 2017 new members for a Thursday evening dinner. All Council Members need to RSVP.
View the Annual Meeting Agenda.
The St. Catherine University Alumnae Council was created in 2011 and includes a broad cross section of approximately 175 alumnae.