Class Agent Program
Class Agents serve as important ambassadors of the College and lead by example through their participation.
Under the direction of the General Chair of Alumnae Giving, and in conjunction with the Office of Institutional Advancement, the Class Agent and Assistant Class Agent are fundraisers for gifts to the Annual Fund for their class. Agents are elected at Reunion and serve until the next Reunion of their class.
As a class officer, the Class Agent and Assistant Class Agent are vital in the planning process for Reunion, which begins 18 months in advance of the Reunion weekend. Agents will also serve in an advisory role to the Office of Institutional Advancement to assess the Class Agent program’s effectiveness. Contact Tamara Jamerson, director of the Annual Fund, to learn more about serving as either a class agent or assistant class agent.
The Reunion Committee is an essential part of Reunion planning.
Committee members work with the Alumnae Office and the Office of Institutional Advancement to solicit input from their classmates regarding Reunion experiences and expectations. Members help build enthusiasm for upcoming Reunions by encouraging Reunion attendance and participation in the Class Reunion Gift.