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Greeting from YAC Co-Chair
|Jonathan Murray 04'|
As we embark on another fiscal year with new initiatives, the Young Alumni Council strives to establish platforms that will allow young alumni to stay informed and engaged.
Young Alumni Council Events
- Return To Serve
Please register to participate!
Homecoming Friday - September 30th
- Day Party at 6th & Vine; 2-6pm
- Night Party - The Executives, G Class Ent, & WSSU Young Alumni Council Present C.O.L.O.U.R.S Cool Outrageous Lovers of Unique Raw Style; 10pm - 2am
Homecoming Saturday - October 1st
- Homecoming Parade
- Night Party at Benton Convention Center; 10pm - 2am; Hurry for the early bird special - $5.00 tickets
For more information on these YAC events.
Message from the Alumni Relations Director
|Gregory Hairston '83|
It is with great pride and excitement that I tell you we have seen tremendous growth within the first year of having our Young Alumni Council (YAC). The group was established to strengthen the connection and participation of our alumni who have graduated in the past ten years. They continue to reach out to expand their membership and their involvement by sponsoring Homecoming activities, engaging in high school recruitment and providing financial support for the University. As a part of Alumni Relations, we look forward to supporting some of the creative ideas they are developing and providing programs that encourage our young alumni to stay connected to the rich heritage of being a RAM.
WSSU Grad Blogs about her Fellowship with the Environmental Defense Fund
Michelle Williams earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Winston-Salem State University. Over the summer she has been an Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps Public Sector Fellow at WSSU.
"Efforts to become environmentally aware and practice energy conservation, preservation, and sustainability measures require selfless behavioral acts that positively affect the environment
." Read More.
Chancellor Reaves Discusses Budget Impact at WSSU, Strategic Plan Achievements
Chancellor Donald Reaves recently provided an update on the impact of state budget reductions on WSSU and how the loss of funding also affects the broader community. Hel also discussed the progress being made on the university's strategic plan. Read More.
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