The Elmira College Alumni Association is made up of all who have called our campus home. The defining strengths of the EC experience – academic excellence, time-tested relationships, shared traditions – are the basis for the continued success of the institution and the worldwide EC network.

If you would like to get more involved, there are many opportunities to volunteer and the Office of Alumni Engagement can match your skills, experience, time, and resources to a practical and rewarding opportunity. Reach out to Alumni Engagement to learn more at alumni@elmira.edu.

 

Alumnifire

Staying engaged with your fellow alumni, as well as current EC students, couldn’t be easier with the help of Alumnifire, the first independent and organic digital networking platform powered directly by alumni and students. This platform allows for the organic networking between students, young graduates, and seasoned professionals, providing an outlet for mentoring, intern and employment opportunities, and creating a networking in a new or current community.

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Elmira College Alumni House

The Alumni House was founded by the Elmira College Alumni Association in 2015 to offer housing for alumni and friends of the College when they are in the area. The Alumni House is made possible through rental income, gifts to the Alumni House, and Student Alumni Council fundraising efforts. 

The Alumni House has a living room, dining room, kitchen, two recreation rooms, four bedrooms, two ensuite bathrooms, and 1.5 shared baths. Provided amenities include , linens, pillows, a few hangers, coffee pot, Keurig, refrigerator, microwave, oven, dishes, cookware, WIFI, and a Roku TV in the shared living room. Guests are supplied with one set of towels for their stay. Coffee and coffee pods are not provided. The Alumni House is dormitory style lodging and multiple groups may be staying at the House at the same time. If you would like to reserve the Alumni House exclusively for yourself/your group, be sure to request a reservation for the whole house.

As of December 2022, fees for the Alumni House are as follows (fees are subject to change at any time):

  • $50.00 per night, per bedroom
  • $250.00 per night, whole house 

Bedroom Details:

  • Bedroom 1: One full bed with full ensuite bathroom
  • Bedroom 2: Two twin beds with full ensuite bathroom
  • Bedroom 3: Two twin beds attached to room with one full bed; shares hallway bathroom
  • Bedroom 4: One full bed; shares hallway bathroom

To make a reservation, complete this Google Form. Completing this form does not guarantee a reservation at the Alumni House. The Office of Alumni Engagement will contact you to let you know if the Alumni House is available and to confirm your requested reservation time and specific reservation needs. Payment is due upon confirmed reservation and may be made by credit card. Refunds may be issued up to seven days prior to the start of your reservation. 

Contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at (607) 735-1855 or alumni@elmira.edu with questions or to give a gift in support of the Alumni House!

 

Host an Event

The Office of Alumni Engagement plans events throughout the year and we welcome the support of our alumni. Interested in hosting your own alumni gathering? Alumni Engagement is here to help. We will send electronic invitations, post your event on the EC website and on our social media platforms, and collect RSVPs. We will work with you to select a location and connect with the venue for event details. Contact Sydney Stringham ’19, M.S. Ed. ’21, Director of Alumni Engagement, at (607) 735-1855, to discuss hosting an event or email alumni@elmira.edu.

 

Alumni Referrals

Do you know of a prospective student who would make a great addition to the Elmira College campus? Help us connect with them.

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Alumni Association Board of Directors

The purpose of the Elmira College Alumni Association is to support Elmira College and its mission; promote the general welfare of the College; and establish and perpetuate fellowship between alumni and the College through its Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Engagement and the Director of Alumni Engagement.

The Alumni Association Board of Directors is limited to 30 members. It meets three times per year on Campus (October, March, and June), and the members are an integral part of Admissions recruitment, campus events, fundraising, and student engagements.

Current Officers

  • Dawn Marullo Stever ’03, President
  • Allison Furkey ’04, Vice President
  • Christy Boczar Thorley ’02, Treasurer
  • Dawn Radley Dana ’78, Secretary
  • Laurie Kelechava ’73, Trustee Representative

Current Members

  • Barbara Baker Bloch ’64
  • John “Jack” Hurley III ’71
  • Rebecca Kingman Jackson ’11
  • Rick Kozan ’95
  • Alison Mandel ’72
  • Joshua Poupore ’02
  • Jamie Redmond ’78
  • Cheryl Broomall Shallish ’71
  • Susan Skillman ’87
  • Laurie Steenburg Weller ’78
  • Lynn Hardman Winner ’73
  • Andrea Nickerson Zazulia ’11, M.S. ’13
  • Noah Zazulia ’11, M.S. ’13
 

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We are #ElmiraProud of our alumni and would love to share your story with other alumni, the community, students, and prospective students. If you are interested in being featured or know of someone deserves recognition, complete this form

 

Bette A. Mammone ’78 Memorial Academy

The Bette A. Mammone ’78 Memorial Academy honors exceptionally successful alumni in business, leadership, community, educational and/or philanthropic endeavors. Alumni will be selected based on their professional expertise and achievements, as well as dedication to charitable and community initiatives.

Requirements of Honorees:

  • Elmira College graduate (undergraduate or graduate degree);
  • High-level of professional success in at least a 20-year career;
  • Willingness to travel to Elmira College to facilitate a discussion or learning experience (e-g., lecture, master class) and attend a welcome reception with students, alumni, guests and members of the Alumni Association Board of Directors.

Although campus housing will be provided, travel expenses are not included.

The most recent round of Memorial Academy nominations closed on Dec. 9, 2022. Keep checking back for when we will accept nominations once again. Contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at (607) 735-1855 with any questions.

 

Bette A. Mammone ’78

Bette understood that collaboration of alumni with the Offices of Career Services and Alumni Engagement is a principal way to create a forum for alumni and students to connect while also building philanthropy to the College.

Bette graduated cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree in Individualized Studies and Speech Communication in 1978. She received a master of arts degree from Marquette University in 1981. Before her untimely passing, she last served as principal at Jerold Panas, Linzy & Partners, a leading national fundraising consulting firm offering Fundraising Counsel in areas of Capital Campaign Management.

Bette Ann Mammone
 

Previous Honorees

Steve Glick '78

2018
Steve Glick ’78

Pauline Polly Bieber Daniels '79

2019
Pauline “Polly” Bieber Daniels ’79

Dr. Scott Oakes '93

2021
Dr. Scott Oakes ’93

John Zeller '73 and Dr. Susan Pettorini-D'Amico '80

2022
John Zeller '73 and Dr. Susan Pettorini-D'Amico '80

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