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Alumnae Association of Cedar Crest College

Who We Are

The Cedar Crest College Alumnae Association is a nonprofit independent corporation formed in 1872, and is comprised of alumnae of the College. Anyone who has spent at least two semesters as an undergraduate or as a graduate student, in addition to those receiving degrees or certificates is considered an alumna. Once you become a Cedar Crest College alumna, you are always a Cedar Crest College alumna.

Membership dues can be paid on a yearly basis or as a lifetime membership. To join the Alumnae Association and pay your dues, please click here. Money collected from Alumnae Association dues funds programs for undergraduate students including welcome gifts and programs; parting gifts and programs for graduates, including a Cedar Crest College license plate frame,one year free membership and an Alumnae Association pin. Dues also offset costs for educational programs and social events for alumnae such as Alumnae Reunion Weekend.

Each graduating class is an entity of itself, but also a part of the larger Alumnae Association. Classes have officer positions that are elected on a five-year basis. All alumnae are invited to return to Cedar Crest on a yearly basis to reconnect with the College and with classmates during Alumnae Reunion Weekend; however, classes celebrating five year anniversaries will hold elections and are invited to plan special events for their classes.

What We Do

The purpose of the Alumnae Association is to advocate alumnae engagement with the College; support Cedar Crest College in realizing its mission, programs, and student affairs; promote financial support for the College; assist the Alumnae Office in effectively serving alumnae; and encourage alumnae spirit of service.

The Alumnae Association works closely with the Alumnae Affairs Office to provide opportunities that will promote lifelong learning, along with ways to enrich the personal, professional and cultural lives of our alumnae. Through program development, communications, financial support and a variety of networks, the Association works to build connections among alumnae to each other and the College. The Alumnae Affairs Office is located in room 215 of Blaney Hall.


Executive Officers

President Virginia Pityo Mihalik '77
First Vice President Janet Moore '85
Second Vice President Nancy Yanuzzi Cleff '80
Third Vice President Pamela Saunders '77
Secretary Louise Wetzel Davis '66
Treasurer Joyce Cerniglia '07
Past President Linda Oleksiak Zembron '74

Alumnae Affairs Staff

Susan Seccombe Cox '73
Executive Director
Cindy A. Talaber
Alumnae Secretary




Annual Dues $25

Life Membership $250

The Ginkgo - Our Alumnae Association Logo

The Alumnae Association has adopted a circle of 3 gingko leaves as its logo.

Click here to find out why...