Student Alumni Association
Mission: To educate fellow students regarding the depth of the LVC Global Network; the impact of alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends on our campus; the importance of staying connected to the College after graduation; and the importance of supporting LVC for the future.
To educate the LVC student body, beginning freshman year,
regarding the importance of giving back to the College.
To serve as a representative of the College and assist
with on-campus, local, and regional alumni events.
To excite students about becoming future alumni so that they
continue to strengthen their lifelong connection to the Valley.
To inform students about the College's alumni community and services
offered by the Office of Alumni & Parent Engagement.
This student group works closely with the Office of Alumni & Parent Engagement and the Office of Advancement.
- Pigs in the Valley Campaign (Phil the Phil-anthro Pig)
- Day of Philanthropy
- Student Engagement & Philanthropy Day
- Legacy Student Gifts
- Christmas Card Signing for Local LVC Cornwall Manor Residents
- Destination Graduation
LVC Student Alumni Association (SAA) was established to
aid with career programs and Homecoming/Reunion events. Since its beginning,
however, the group has extended its efforts. The organization has grown in both membership and scope. Today, SAA members strive to build relationships with
alumni and connect them with current students who can benefit from the
experience, expertise and camaraderie LVC alumni offer. The Student Alumni Association also works to educate their peers on the importance of philanthropy and giving back to Lebanon Valley College both before and after graduation.
Become a Member
If you are interested in becoming a member, you can 1) sign
up at the fall activities fair; 2) speak to any SAA member; or 3) Contact Jordan Ott, assistant director of annual giving, at email@example.com or 717-867-6324.
LVC Student Alumni Association members are enthusiastic,
articulate and genuinely interested in becoming involved in campus activities. We
are seeking campus leaders or those who exhibit the ability to be a
leader. If you are a freshman, this
organization can be a steppingstone for your college career.
Members are asked to attend as many group activities as
possible. We meet periodically during the semester to prepare for events and
share ideas. SAA is still a growing organization and recognition of our
abilities is on the rise. Each year we develop new programs and are asked to
participate in new campus-wide events.