ULAA Council - elections to be held at the June 10 AGM
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On behalf of the University of Lethbridge Alumni Association, I want to extend my most sincere congratulations to all the students who have applied to convocate this spring. As you complete your coursework and prepare for exams, remember: your relationship with the U of L doesn't end at graduation. In fact, it's just beginning.
As the newest members of our alumni community, you will soon be one of more than 36,000 U of L alumni worldwide. With Chapters in Calgary and Edmonton, as well as a First Nations, Métis and Inuit Chapter, you are part of a network of community leaders, researchers, educators and innovators who are improving the communities to which they belong by sharing the benefits of the knowledge, discoveries and ideas.
The U of L Alumni Association wants to keep you connected to this proud and inspired community through events, networking and volunteer opportunities, and publications like SAM - Southern Alberta Magazine - and Aperture. Keep your information current by visiting www.uleth.ca/alumni/addressUpdate.html so we can inform you about special alumni benefits and services and make you aware of news and events. Most importantly, we can help you stay in touch with fellow classmates.
Watch for future editions of Aperture to stay current on what's happening at your University. If you have any questions, please contact Alumni Relations by e-mail at email@example.com or call toll free 1-866-552-2582
Best of luck as you complete your degree and thank you for making the University of Lethbridge your university.
Grant Adamson (BSc '03)
President, University of Lethbridge
The University of Lethbridge Alumni Association is a non-profit organization constisiting of all University of Lethbridge Alumni. The Association encourages and fosters lifelong commitment, pride and passion for the University of Lethbridge by: