CORPORATE AND REGIONAL CHAPTERS SPROUT

From the Conference Room to the Golden Gate Bridge, CSU Alumni Chapters Grow

CORPORATE AND REGIONAL CHAPTERS SPROUT

From the Conference Room to the Golden Gate Bridge, CSU Alumni Chapters Grow

Corporate Chapters
Who wants to work all day, go home to take care of the family, and then rush back out again for an alumni chapter meeting? No need. The CSU Alumni Association is bringing your fellow Vikings to your workplace! Sherwin-Williams, where more than 150 CSU grad are actively engaged, and Forest City, which has more than 100 grads, have both been home to CSU Alumni Association corporate chapters. Just this summer, we proudly launched our third Alumni Corporate Chapter at American Greetings!

Corporate chapter members can meet prior to work, at lunch hour, or immediately after work. Gatherings can be great bond-building exercises in the workplace and can enable Viking co-workers to choose some meaningful volunteer projects.

You might say we deliver! If there are enough Vikes in your workplace, we’ll come to you and help you establish a chapter there.

Regional, College & Affinity Chapters
In addition to our corporate chapters, the Alumni Association sponsors regional alumni chapters including the San Francisco/ Bay Area Chapter and the S.W.A.T (Southwest Alumni Team). College-specific alumni chapters represent the colleges of

  • Engineering
  • Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
  • Nursing
  • Education and Human Services
  • Business – MBA and EMBA
  • Urban Affairs
  • Sciences and Health Professions
  • Honors
  • C-M Law

Affinity alumni chapters include: Black Alumni Organization (BAO), Greek Alumni Council (GAC), Varsity C Alumni Chapter (Varsity Athlete Alumni), and the University Alumni Chapter.

To learn more about corporate chapters at your workplace, contact Emily Cole, coordinator, alumni volunteer programs, at e.s.cole@csuohio.edu.