Carleton Alumni Council
The Carleton Alumni Council is the umbrella organization that represents the many alumni stewardship efforts of the College. It acts as a catalyst for new initiatives; fosters communication and collaboration between the various alumni efforts; and provides recognition to those alumni and others who, through their efforts both with respect to Carleton College and the greater community, actively demonstrate an outstanding achievement and substantial volunteer service.
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The Alumni Council is now accepting nominations for three at-large positions with four-year terms beginning July 1, 2014.
Comprised of alumni spanning all classes, the Council meets twice a year on campus. Representatives from the current student body and every alumni affinity group also serve on the Council. At-large Council members serve four-year terms. The Council is given access to key activities going on at the school and gives input on behalf of all alumni. The Council is also responsible for vetting alumni award nominations.
If you would like to nominate someone to serve on the Council, including yourself, please submit the requested information below.