If Acacia was a rewarding experience for you as an undergraduate, if it gave you something of fundamental value to carry into later life, it deserves your continued support. Acacia's founders spoke directly to this point, reminding us that "unto whom much is given, much shall be required."
As alumni we have the opportunity to support Acacia by establishing alumni chapters, which are defined as formal organizations of all Acacia alumni residing in a given area. Eligible for membership are all initiated, out-of-college brothers residing in the area for which the alumni chapter is organized, regardless of their undergraduate chapter. Only fifteen alumni are required to establish a chapter.
Confusion periodically results from mixing the terms "alumni chapter" with "alumni corporation" or "alumni association." The latter two terms can refer to the alumni body of an individual chapter with membership limited to initiates of that chapter, irrespective of their state of residence. It follows, then, that a graduate of Cornell living in Dallas could belong to both the Cornell Alumni Association and the Dallas Alumni Chapter.
The functions of an Alumni Chapter are:
For an detailed explanation of how to start an alumni chapter in your city, please download the Alumni Chapter Gold Book:
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