Your Alma Mater Really Does Matter
July 12, 2016
Remember Your Academic Roots. Honor Your Alma Mater.
We spent years getting a college education (and degree) and if you’re like many, you enjoyed that time taking advantage of all the great social and athletic activities your college had to offer too. That’s the beauty of having an alma mater that stays in touch with you. And we know they all do! So if you’re not participating in alma mater activities, you should be. Watch the Balancing Act’s “Pros in the Know,” sponsored by West Texas A&M University. You’ll get great tips about what today’s colleges and universities still offer to their graduates.
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