Seton Hall University President A. Gabriel Esteban formally launched a new alumni recognition program called True Blue during a ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 5, on the university's South Orange campus. Several hundred alumni, parents, students and community members attended the celebration as part of Seton Hall University Weekend.
As the number of the University's engaged and involved alumni continues to grow, True Blue will recognize those graduates who are "complete citizens" of Seton Hall. "True Blue alumni are informed about what is happening at the university, involved with the university through attendance at events or serving as volunteers, and supportive of the university through philanthropic giving as well as serving as advocates for Seton Hall," said David Bohan, vice president of University Advancement. "Members of this new program represent the type of alumni that are truly grateful for the education they received at Seton Hall and want to continue to demonstrate their support for their alma mater on an on-going basis."
One of the greatest benefits of being a True Blue member is demonstrating how proud alumni are to be graduates of Seton Hall. The goal of the new program is to engage as many of the university's more than 90,000 plus alumni as possible and continue to keep them engaged.
For more information about the True Blue program or to enroll, visit http://www.shu.edu/go/trueblue.
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