Homecoming 2014
Homecoming 2014
Mark your calendars and join us at our annual Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 24-26, 2014!
SU Office of Alumni Affairs
SU Office of Alumni Affairs
Email alums@su.edu to contact a member from the Office of Alumni Affairs.
SU Community Night
SU Community Night
Alumni gathered on Friday, July 18 to enjoy a night together out at the ball game.

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Thank you for giving to Shenandoah
Thank you for giving to Shenandoah
Shenandoah University wants to thank the alumni and donors for their gifts that make our mission possible.
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Alumni Return to Campus for Summer Workshop
Shenandoah University hosted the Bass Coalition Summer Workshop on June 27-28. This workshop, geared to educating double bass students of all ages, featured many of our alumni alongside current students.
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SU Grad Succeeds Despite Great Adversity
“I wasn’t sure if I should put myself out there or not,” said Patterson. “But the reality is that this is who I am, and if someone judges me for it, I don’t want them in my life. As a psychology student, I knew that other psychology students would appreciate it on a different level, because they may know more about addiction in general from studying it.”
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A Message from Pam Bell '71, '83, SU Alumni Association President
I am pleased to report that we have exceeded the goal of having 750 alumni attend events hosted by the Office of Alumni Affairs this year. Thank you for your efforts to make this happen. There are more than 18,000 alumni worldwide, so we can't rest on our laurels.
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Local Alumni Part of Taylor Hotel Restoration
The walking mall in Old Town Winchester has undergone a number of substantial makeovers in the last few years. None of which have been bigger than the restoration of the historic Taylor Hotel. Among those who have been tirelessly working to make this building grand again, is SU alumnus Danny McKee ’06.
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10/24/2014 - Homecoming 2014

  
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Welcome Shenandoah Alumni!

Welcome to ConnectSU, a comprehensive alumni tool for keeping you connected to Shenandoah University. Over the past few years, there has been an increase in alumni communications, with this site as the primary vehicle for providing over 17,000 Shenandoah alumni a link back to campus. We hope that you find this site informative and useful. We encourage you to get engaged with your alma mater.

There are so many ways to be involved and make a positive impact:

  • Join ConnectSU
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  • Refer a prospective student to SU
  • Make Homecoming an annual tradition for your family
  • Become a mentor to a student in your area of expertise
  • Make an Annual Fund gift
  • Return for a second or third degree
  • Wear apparel to promote SU in your community

In The News

Shenandoah University hosted the Bass Coalition Summer Workshop on June 27-28. This workshop, geared to educating double bass students of all ages, featured many of our alumni alongside current students.
“I wasn’t sure if I should put myself out there or not,” said Patterson. “But the reality is that this is who I am, and if someone judges me for it, I don’t want them in my life. As a psychology student, I knew that other psychology students would appreciate it on a different level, because they may know more about addiction in general from studying it.”
I am pleased to report that we have exceeded the goal of having 750 alumni attend events hosted by the Office of Alumni Affairs this year. Thank you for your efforts to make this happen. There are more than 18,000 alumni worldwide, so we can't rest on our laurels.
The walking mall in Old Town Winchester has undergone a number of substantial makeovers in the last few years. None of which have been bigger than the restoration of the historic Taylor Hotel. Among those who have been tirelessly working to make this building grand again, is SU alumnus Danny McKee ’06.
"My experiences at SU changed my life. My hard work coupled with the opportunities provided at SU, afforded me preparation for a career I am passionate about and a connection to the community I value greatly."

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