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    Being an alum.

    So for a recent graduate I haven't really got any information on how to stay involved with the school. I feel like I will want be involved with the school just as anyone here on the forum. Besides actively searching for new information for the University through the schools web page and this forum, are there any other ways to get admin news or current events? I registered on the Alumni page but, have not really got much feedback from that(that is with the complimentary one year membership). Also was wanting to get a good idea on how some of you all keep up with the school and how much involvement you have now that you have left Tech(especially for out of state alumni).

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    Re: Being an alum.

    Quote Originally Posted by Avi8r View Post
    So for a recent graduate I haven't really got any information on how to stay involved with the school. I feel like I will want be involved with the school just as anyone here on the forum. Besides actively searching for new information for the University through the schools web page and this forum, are there any other ways to get admin news or current events? I registered on the Alumni page but, have not really got much feedback from that(that is with the complimentary one year membership). Also was wanting to get a good idea on how some of you all keep up with the school and how much involvement you have now that you have left Tech(especially for out of state alumni).
    Honestly, follow all the Tech related FB pages and check back here fairly regularly, and you will be on top of everything.



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    Re: Being an alum.

    ...and of course follow the right people on twitter. Twitter is the main source of news for many LaTech peeps.
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