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College honors five with Outstanding Alumni, Wall of Witness awards

North Central College will present four Outstanding Alumni Awards and a Wall of Witness Award during a Homecoming Weekend ceremony at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22.

Contact: Ted Slowik, Director of PR and Media Relations, 630-637-5307, tjslowik@noctrl.edu

Oct. 7, 2010—North Central College will present four Outstanding Alumni Awards and a Wall of Witness Award during a Homecoming Weekend ceremony at 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 22, in Wentz Concert Hall at the Fine Arts Center, 171 E. Chicago Ave.

The four Outstanding Alumni Award recipients are Katheryn M. Agne Dutenhaver, Richard L. Easterday, Richard Honer and Dane Scag. The Wall of Witness honoree is the Rev. Robert Harman.

Regional Alumni Clubs

North Central College alumni are scattered all over the United States, spreading their school spirit. Clubs have been formed in several geographic locations with a high volume of alumni who have an interest in staying connected to the College.

For more information about alumni clubs or events across the country, contact Mary Reynolds at 630-637-5202 or mmreynolds@noctrl.edu.

Alumni Resources

 

Attend Alumni Events
The Office of Alumni Relations regularly plans events for you. Come enjoy the hospitality tent in the end zone at home Cardinal football games. Connect with old friends and former classmates at one of the Alumni Social & Career Networking Events.

Give Now

What makes North Central College Unique?

The new Residential/Recreation Center is the nation's first combined residence hall and recreation center.

The 13,000 square-foot Wentz Concert Hall was designed to create an intimate feel. Its perfect acoustics are on par with New York's Carnegie Hall.

WONC, one of the top college radio stations in the nation, has received an unprecedented 20 Marconi College Radio Awards.

Class Associate

Keeping North Central Alumni Connected

Through the Class Associate Program, you become an important link between the College and other alumni. Simply choose 8-10 alumni to contact. You'll share information about events, confirm and maintain accurate address information, and encourage them to give on a yearly basis. The more connected your fellow alumni are to the great things happening at North Central, the more likely they'll be to support the great clubs, teams and student activities the College has to offer.

Alumni Admission Ambassador Network Scholarship

Become a part of shaping North Central's future! As the College celebrates its Sesquicentennial year, we invite alumni of North Central College to encourage a family member or friend to join our North Central College family.

The Alumni Admission Ambassador Network (AAAN) helps you share the North Central experience with future alumni. As an ambassador in this network, you have opportunities to:

Community invited to celebrate Homecoming Oct. 21-24

North Central College invites community members to celebrate Homecoming 2010 Oct. 21-24.

Contact: Ted Slowik, Director of PR and Media Relations, 630-637-5307, tjslowik@noctrl.edu

Sept. 2, 2010—North Central College invites community members to celebrate Homecoming 2010 Oct. 21-24 with public events that include performances by the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, family-friendly theatrical productions, a parade and, of course, a football game.

The public is welcome to participate in the following Homecoming weekend festivities:

Oct. 21-24

Noted alumni featured during Opening Convocation

Noted alumni featured during Opening Convocation

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North Central’s annual new student Convocation took place Sept. 8. In addition to hearing remarks from President Harold Wilde, the College’s new students, parents and faculty were introduced to noted alumni in a slideshow by Vice President for Institutional Advancement Rick Spencer and Director of Alumni Relations Adrian Aldrich ’02.


“Going pro” means coaching, mentoring, teaching, scouting

 

Former Cardinal basketball player Tony Thompson ’90 of Nashville, TN, knows a thing or two about college basketball and he’s using his experiences to influence the lives of hundreds of young players.

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