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There are 17 Northwest Alumni Association chapters in geographical areas throughout the world (Kansas City, Arizona, Maryville, St. Joseph, Nebraska/Western Iowa, Colorado, Southern Iowa, Southern California, Dallas, Japan, Central Iowa, Chicago, St. Louis, Mid-Missouri, Springfield, Eastern Iowa, Twin Cities) as well as a band and Grid Iron alumni chapters. Please contact the office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or email@example.com for more information.
To inquire about starting an alumni chapter or organizing an alumni and friends event in your area, contact the Office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The alumni office can determine how many Northwest alumni live in your area. Ideally, at least 200 alumni need to live in the geographic area to start the process of establishing an alumni chapter.
All Northwest alumni receive the Northwest Alumni Magazine, which is published twice a year. If you are not receiving the publication, or if you would like a copy delivered to your school or business, please contact the Office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or email@example.com . (Don't forget to notify Northwest of any address changes through CatPaws.) For more information about the Northwest Alumni Magazine, click here.
There are many volunteer opportunities, including:
For more information on volunteering, contact the Office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information about Homecoming generally can be found on the Northwest website, contact the Office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or email@example.com or the Office of Student Involvement at 660.562.1226.
The Tourin' Bearcats travel program is open to all Northwest alumni and friends who would like to travel with a group with details prearranged. For more information, visit the Tourin' Bearcats website, contact the office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Northwest has a new tailgating policy effective fall 2013. Alcohol is now permitted in designated tailgating areas near Raymond J. Courter College Park Pavilion and College Park. For more information about the policy and to learn where tailgating is permissible, visit bearcatsports.com.
The Alumni Scholarship is a one-time $500, non-renewable scholarship that is available to the son, daughter or spouse of a Northwest alumnus during the student's first year at Northwest. Complete the alumnus information section on the Admissions Application to initiate the award process.
Yes. Northwest's website is secure. You'll see that the site meets industry standards for security, indicated by the lock symbol and the https prefix in the URL.
The best way to find out contact information for Northwest alumni is by visiting the Online Alumni Directory.
Login using the 9-digit User ID number located on the mailing label of your Northwest Alumni Magazine. Your password for logging on the first time is either:
If you need further assistance, please contact the Office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248.
You may access the Northwest Alumni Directory on CatPAWS. Click on "Enter Secure Area" and follow the on screen directions to log into CatPAWS.
Additionally, records requests may be submitted to Lori Steiner, finance officer and executive director of advancement services, at 660.562.1248 or email@example.com.
Please send a copy of your marriage certificate to:
800 University Drive
Maryville, MO 64468
To reserve the Alumni House, call 660.562.1248 and ask to talk to Brenda Untiedt, who will check the availability. The facilities may only be used by a university organization or department and all events must be university related. The Alumni House living room can accommodate up to 24 people at a sit down meeting, and the furniture should not be rearranged.
If you are a Missouri resident and have donated at least $25 to Northwest, you may request a Missouri Collegiate License Plate Form to be sent to you. If you submit your donation with a pledge/donation form, there is a box for you to check indicating that you would like to receive a license plate form. You may also contact the Office of University Advancement at 660.562.1248 or firstname.lastname@example.org to request a license plate form. Take your completed form to your local license bureau, and they will direct you from there. These plates are treated like the general personalized plates throughout the state both in terms of price and availability of word or number combinations.
Visitor permits are available at the University Police Department or the Student Service Center in the Administration Building.
To request a copy of your transcript, please call the Registrar's Office at 800.633.1175 or 660.562.1151. You may also visit the Registrar's website.