The alumni magazine is entering a new era. Soon, alumni and friends can access it online.
The magazine — now called Engage — recently was redesigned and enhanced with fresh sections and new insights into the distinguished past, vibrant present and exciting future of the state’s third-largest university.
As part of your alma mater’s commitment to sustainable practices, recent graduates — from 2000 until the present — will receive an alert postcard when a new issue is available, prompting them to check online for the latest issue. Other alumni will be given the option to view future magazines online only.
The environment wins in this effort to reduce the number of printed magazines. But the benefits don’t end there.
“Online readers will receive exclusive bonus content and enhanced coverage of alumni news,” said Alumni Director Christine Gantner.
Watch for more news about the online magazine in a future eNews article.