Alumni Association Board
Members of the Alumni Association Board are alumni who have demonstrated their leadership skills in various volunteer capacities for the college such as alumni admissions representatives, career volunteers, fundraisers, events volunteers and reunion planners. Alumni Association Board members meet on campus every spring to participate in the AAB Leadership Forum. New members are elected by the Alumni Board to a four-year term (not to exceed three consecutive terms).
AAB Vision Statement
Alumni sharing the unique Colorado College adventure throughout their lives, wherever they may be.
Members of the Alumni Association Board are alumni who have demonstrated their leadership skills in various volunteer capacities for the college such as alumni admission representatives, career volunteers, fundraisers, events volunteers (alumni club program) and reunion planners. They meet twice a year, at the Alumni Leadership Forum in the spring and during a telephonic meeting in the fall. New members are elected by the Alumni Board to a four-year term (not to exceed three consecutive terms).
Members of the Association Board are appointed to staggered 4-year terms and serve on at least one committee. Current committees are: Admission, Student Life, Advancement, Engagement, Nominations/Awards and Scholarship.
One of the most important functions of the Board is to recognize the contributions of distinguished alumni, faculty members and members of the CC community to the betterment of society and to the enhancement of the College and its mission. The Alumni Association Board acknowledges these alumni and staff members through four awards given at Homecoming.
CC Alumni Association Student Leader Scholarship
The AAB created and supports the CC Alumni Association Student Leader Scholarship for current sophomores and juniors on financial aid. This is a loan reducing grant that is designed to recognize and reward student leaders and encourage them to stay involved with CC after they graduate. This year, three scholarships were awarded to Jacob Kirksey ’15, Elizabeth Montano ’15, and Emma Whitehead ’16. These outstanding students were recognized again at Homecoming Convocation.