STARKVILLE, Miss.—The Mississippi State University Alumni Association is announcing four new leaders of its student organization known as the Alumni Delegates.
Alumni Delegates officers for this year include:
—Dylan McDonald of Frisco, Texas, president, a senior industrial engineering major;
—Rohan Fisher of Colorado Springs, Colorado, vice president of member education, a junior mathematics major;
—Bailey Dean of Spring Grove, Illinois, vice president of public relations, a junior kinesiology major; and
—Daniel Bond of Hattiesburg, secretary, a junior mathematics major.
The 45-member group helps the university and MSU Alumni Association maintain strong ties with the nearly 150,000 living graduates of the land-grant institution. Founded in 1980, Alumni Delegates serve as liaisons between the Alumni Association and MSU students. Delegates often serve as the first points of contact for graduates, friends and other special campus guests and assist with tailgate gatherings, class reunions, graduation ring presentations and senior celebrations, among other events.
For the past seven years, the group has distributed more than $64,000 generated through ticket sales for an annual “free tuition drawing.” Members also have created an endowment to provide an MSU Loyalty Scholarship for entering freshmen or transfer students.
To learn more about MSU Alumni Delegates and see a complete list of current members, click on the “Programs” icon atop www.alumni.msstate.edu.
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