Alumni Offices

Moscow Office

University of Idaho Alumni Office - Moscow
Physical location:
1106 Blake Ave.
Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 3232
Moscow, ID 83844-3232
(208) 885-6154
(208) 885-6975 (fax)
E-mail: alumni@uidaho.edu
Website: www.uidaho.edu/alumni

Boise Office

University of Idaho Alumni Office - Boise
322 E. Front Street, Suite 390
Boise, ID 83702
(208) 364-4030
(208) 364-4084 (fax)

Alumni Club Criteria

To be recognized as an “Alumni Club,” the local community should:

  • Have a minimum of 300 alumni to draw upon in the immediate (50 mile radius) area.
  • Designate a Club Leader, and a separate Event Coordinator. No other formal structure is required to be in place but it is advisable to have a steering committee of 2-5 people to assist with events and club activities throughout the year. Local needs will determine actual committee scope and makeup.
The Leadership Committee of Club should:
  • Meet three times a year to work on club tasks, programs or events.
  • Conduct 1-2 alumni events a year. Major club events will be planned and budgeted in the annual alumni event planning process by the Alumni Office staff.
  • Conduct a young alumni event if there are an adequate number of young alumni in the area.
  • Attempt to provide a minimum of one service project to the University of Idaho, if possible. These might include student recruitment, mentoring, advocacy, etc.
  • Cooperate with Alumni Office staff with arranging local venue coordination and event details
  • Submit a completed evaluation survey following any activity or event.
  • Complete a year end club activity summary and future forecast of club events, programs and funding needs.

As a recognized “Alumni Club,” the University of Idaho Alumni Relations Office will:

  • Provide assistance with alumni club event design and format.
  • Coordinate on-site staff assistance for major events, as possible.
  • Coordinate a University representative at select major events, as possible.
  • Develop event financial funding for major events.
  • Coordinate a promotion and publicity plan to announce and promote the event.
  • Assist and coordinate with an invitation process.
  • Provide assistance with event production, advance registration and program content.
  • Assist with providing University of Idaho decoration or theme materials including banners, posters, name tags and registration materials.
  • Coordinate and oversee local logistics and tasks including event contracts, insurance details, vendor payments and financial elements of event or program.
  • Provide staff assistance and support with club organization, event preparations, including local visits and committee/volunteer interaction, as practical.
  • Provide to local Leadership Committee a summary of evaluation comments following an event, program or activity.
  • Provide a staff member for participation, consulting as a resource with club leaders, and attending at least one work session with club leadership annually.