The American College Forms Its Own Alumni Association
The American College is forming a new alumni association–open to its estimated 90,000 graduates. In addition, the college is pulling its conferment exercise from the program of the Society of Financial Service Professionals annual meeting.
The announcement came as a bit of a surprise, admits Joseph Frack, CEO of the SFSP, Bryn Mawr, Pa.
Frack says, however, that there will be no impact on current members of the Society from the colleges actions. “All of the benefits that we offer our members are generated internally, so members will still receive all their benefits,” he says.
Speaking for the college, Laurence Barton, president and CEO, said, “This is a wonderful opportunity to help our graduates bond with this institution and offer them real networking and professional growth.”
Alumni members will receive a number of different benefits, according to officials at the college.