Alumni & Friends

Advancement

Blackmer Hall

Phone: 937-484-1323



Fax: 937-484-1322


 


Thank you for visiting. Our alumni and friends are very important to the Urbana University community!  Through your gifts of time, talent and treasure the University continues to thrive and its students continue to find great success through their Urbana experience.

 

Alumni:

The mission of Urbana University's Office of Alumni Relations is dedicated to connecting alumni to the University and to each other.  Strong leadership, dynamic programs, regular assessments, and effective communications allows the Office of Alumni Relations to serve Urbana University and the institution's diverse alumni and friends.  We intend to expand the Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association presence in the daily lives of our alumni and friends by developing and exploring opportunities for overall growth while increasing the value of your degree.
 

Friends:

Thank you for your interest in Urbana University. Our hope is to serve you and your family with helpful information. Make a gift, find giving options, and learn where you can make a difference.  When you invest in Urbana University, you are immediately involved in the training of hundreds of men and women preparing for a lifetime of leadership and service to society.  The Office of Institutional Advancement and Communications keeps Urbana alumni and friends connected while raising annual and capital funds to meet the University's evolving and priority needs, and wisely stewarding Urbana's gifts.


Stay Connected:

Join one of our online communities and provide us with your updated contact information!  We hope our work succeeds in keeping you connected and informed. We are always available to assist you in any way possible. You may contact us via this website, or feel free to visit our office in Williams Hall on the campus of Urbana University.
 

    

 

 

Bowlers Edged by Lindenwood in National Title Match

Apr. 17th, 2014

It wasn’t supposed to end like this. The Urbana University men’s bowlers were the Cinderella darlings of the 2014 Intercollegiate Team Championships. The week started with Blue Knight Graham Fach bowling the first 300 game and 800 series of the 2014 Open Championships. Then, smallest school in the draw got hot and took down bowling Goliaths from Robert Morris University and Wichita State University.

Destiny seemed to be smiling on Urbana until a couple of tenth frames didn’t go the Blue Knights’ way in Friday night’s National Championship match with Lindenwood University. After losing the first two games by a total of seven pins, Lindenwood completed the three-game sweep in the best of five series with a 201-167 victory in the decisive game. Read More

Urbana University Singers Present Spring Concert

Apr. 16th, 2014

The public is invited to the Urbana University Singers and Chamber Singers Spring Concert on Thursday, April 24, 2014 in the University Student Center’s Sara Landess Room. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m. There is no admission charge for this event. Read More

Urbana University Hosts Educators from China

Mar. 31st, 2014

Earlier this month, Urbana University (UU) welcomed Chinese educators to its second annual Educator Leadership Training Conference. The conference, hosted by the University’s office of international studies, provided eight Chinese graduate education students and two higher education administrators from Shenyang Normal University (SNU) with the opportunity to learn about P-12 schools in the United States. Read More

Urbana University Council

Apr. 16th, 2014

During this time of transformation, the voices of alumni, parents and friends are essential to the strategic direction of Urbana University. To ensure those voices are heard, we are pleased to announce the formation of the Urbana University Council. Read More

Bowlers Edged by Lindenwood in National Title Match

Apr. 17th, 2014

It wasn’t supposed to end like this. The Urbana University men’s bowlers were the Cinderella darlings of the 2014 Intercollegiate Team Championships. The week started with Blue Knight Graham Fach bowling the first 300 game and 800 series of the 2014 Open Championships. Then, smallest school in the draw got hot and took down bowling Goliaths from Robert Morris University and Wichita State University.

Destiny seemed to be smiling on Urbana until a couple of tenth frames didn’t go the Blue Knights’ way in Friday night’s National Championship match with Lindenwood University. After losing the first two games by a total of seven pins, Lindenwood completed the three-game sweep in the best of five series with a 201-167 victory in the decisive game. Read More