Alumni Board Nomination Form

Armstrong Alumni Association
Alumni Board Nominations

The Armstrong Atlantic Alumni Association invites nominations for candidates to serve on its Board of Directors, which is an advisory body to Armstrong’s Director of Alumni Development, the Vice President for Advancement, and to the President of the University. The Board assists in creating and executing the Association’s Strategic Plan and oversees the creation and operation of affiliate networks/chapters. Members are required to attend three of the four scheduled Board meetings. Each Member must serve on at least one Alumni Council and one Alumni Committee each year. Members are expected to complete a minimum of 20 hours of volunteer service, including Committee, Council, and Board meetings, during each Board Year.

Eligibility Requirements: At the time the person begins service, he or she must be an Active Member of the Alumni Association, which means that the person has attended Armstrong and that the person has made a gift of at least $35 to the Armstrong Foundation within the last 12 months and during each of the years of Board service. Employees of Armstrong’s Division of Advancement are not eligible during the term of their employment.

Nominations may be submitted by any alumnus/a, student, faculty or staff of Armstrong. Self-nominations are not accepted. Please complete and submit the form below. If submitting additional materials, please include name of nominee and mail or fax to:

Cheryl D. Anderson, Director of Alumni Development
Armstrong Atlantic State University
11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA  31419
Fax 912.344.3446

Eligibility Requirements: Active Member of the Alumni Association; attended Armstrong Junior College, Armstrong State College, Armstrong Atlantic State University, or Armstrong State University; willing to make a strong commitment to the Alumni Association and its projects.

DEADLINE: Nominations are accepted on a rolling basis; permanent Board Members are selected in late spring for three-year terms that begin on July 1, but replacement Board Members may be appointed to fill vacancies if they become available. These temporary appointments serve until June 30 and remain eligible for appointment to a three-year term as a permanent Board Member.