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UM National Alumni Association

The University of Montevallo National Alumni Association (UMNAA), organized in 1902, is the primary contact for Montevallo alumni with their alma mater. The Association’s mission is to “enhance the linkage between the alumni and the University, encourage members’ active participation in the Association and their commitment to the mission of the institution, build financial support for the Association and the University, and promote the University of Montevallo as a vital part of Alabama’s future.”

All graduates of the University of Montevallo are considered members of the UM National Alumni Association. To become an active member of the association, make a donation to the area of your choice and get involved.

Check out upcoming events, and for more information contact the Office of Alumni Affairs or a member of the UMNAA Board.

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Message from the UMNAA President Cynthia Todd ’88

For those of you who have not visited UM in a while, you will be amazed at the growth on campus. The beautiful red bricks beckon you to return and attend special events planned just for you — not just at Homecoming and Founders’ Day — but any time your schedule allows.

On behalf of the board of directors, thank you for allowing me the opportunity to serve as president. I welcome you back to campus for all the exciting events planned in 2020 and beyond. It is never too late to give back to your alma mater. Perhaps you would like to serve in a leadership role in the alumni association — we welcome you to apply to express interest. Or, perhaps you simply prefer to contribute to the unrestricted account to help fund successful alumni events, award scholarships, and bestow coveted alumni awards. All alumni are encouraged to support UM in your own special way.

“You belong at Montevallo” and I look forward to meeting each and every one of you at an Alumni event soon!  See UMNAA president letter regarding Black Lives Matter movement.