Remain a part of the Colorado Women's College community by getting involved in one or more of the following alumnae activities:
Scholarship Fund: This committee is responsible for creating and overseeing policies and selection criteria related to the annual alumnae scholarships that are awarded to current students.
Mentoring Project: This committee oversees the creation and implementation of a mentoring program that matches volunteer alumnae with current students.
Alumnae/Student Relations: This committee works to help create a positive relationship between students and the Alumni Association. Volunteer alumnae spend 10 to 20 minutes with soon-to-be-graduating seniors, sharing information about the Association and encouraging students to become supportive and active members of the Association once they graduate.
Communications: The purpose of this committee is to enhance the effectiveness of communication and to increase participation in the Association. The Communications Committee manages all print and electronic communications, including the Alumnae Association's website pages, newsletters, articles and alumnae database management.
- Community outreach
- Alumnae induction
- Hanging of the Greens
- Reunion committee
These are just a few of the many opportunities that await members of the Colorado Women's College Alumnae Association. Participation in all activities is strictly voluntary. We invite all graduates and friends of Colorado Women's College to remain a part of our community by getting involved in Alumnae activities.