Eureka College Alumni Relations
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
Director of Alumni Relations
300 E. College Avenue
Eureka, Illinois 61530
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A Note from Home
Birds of a Feather
As I reflect on this season, I am reminded how wonderful it is to reunite with family and friends that we have shared our lives with. The fact that we don’t get to see each other often makes the day even more special as we are intentional in putting aside a special day and time to be thankful for each other
and the home that has brought us all together. Family groups are so important and whether or not they consist of blood relatives or friends and folks we hold closest to our hearts, there is no place like home when the people we love are represented there.
Upcoming Alumni Events
Paying it forward!
Take a look at this impressive list of donors for the past month. For those who have donated, thank you! If you don’t see your name on this list of esteemed donors, add your name today!
Welcome to Chaplain’s Corner, a monthly column presented by Eureka College Chaplain Bruce Fowlkes. Read this month’s Chaplain’s Reflection.
Dr. Logsdon’s Studs Terkel
Dr. Loren Logsdon, Professor Emeritus of English, has captured the spirit of Eureka College history in a special project he fondly calls the “Studs Terkel Project.” The project is a collection of alumni memories and stories which weave a rich tapestry of the Eureka College experience.
The Alumni Office would like to continue the spirit of this project by inviting alumni who attended after 1970 to send in your stories. You can also submit by emailing Dr. Logsdon directly at email@example.com.
This collection of stories is available in the Online EC Bookstore .
GOLDS: Graduates of the Last Decade
We would love to hear from you! At Eureka College we want to maintain a lifelong relationship with our graduates. We have all heard the saying, “Real life begins after college,” and at Eureka we want to know how our young alumni are faring in their first decade out of college. We appreciate your feedback below, and wish you the very best as you navigate “real life.”
We are always looking for news about what you are up to in your in your life these days. Help us all stay in touch and stay connected by providing info as to what’s new. Where are you now? New job? Recently married? New baby? Fun story? Send it to us! We’d love to hear!