The Alumni Society was formed to advance those commitments as it has grown with the university to embrace good fellowship throughout an ever-widening community of alumni drawn from myriad places, ethnicities, cultures, interests and walks-of-life.
Bound together by the common experience of an extraordinary undergraduate and graduate education, Lenoir-Rhyne alumni form a community numbering thousands of men and women throughout the United States and around the globe.
Together, they represent the ages, nationalities, religious affiliations, sexual orientations and abilities, talents and viewpoints of the global society that L-R commits to serve.
There shall be one chairperson and up to 10 committee members within each group.
The chairperson must be a current member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors - whether this Board member holds an executive board committee position or not is irrelevant.
This means, the chairperson of each group does not necessarily have to hold a place on the executive Board committee, but does have to be an active member of the Alumni Association Board of Directors.