It is a distinct honor to serve
as this year’s Chairman of the Alumni Association Board of Governors and I am
thrilled to work with such an outstanding group of Hendrix alumni!
I encourage you to get
involved. Your alma mater needs your constant support. There are
numerous volunteer opportunities, events to attend, prospective students to
send our way, annual fund gifts to be made - and much more. To find out
how to become more involved please email the Office of Alumni and Constituent
Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org or
contact any member of the 2015-2016 Alumni Association Board of Governors on
the listing below. We are hard at work for you and would love your
Maribeth Woodfin Garrison '64
Chair, 2016-2017 Alumni Association Board of Governors
Alumni Association Board of Governors
2016-2017 Alumni Association Board of Governors
Maribeth Woodfin Garrison '64, Chair
Jamey Campbell '98, Vice Chair
2016-2017 Board Members:
Membership on the Alumni Association Board of Governors:
- Provides opportunities for alumni to give something back to the College.
- Gives alumni a chance to hear current news from the College.
- Opens doors for alumni participation in the life of the College in areas
of admission, career development, development, and communications.
- Gives alumni an opportunity to volunteer.
- Gives alumni a chance to interact with students about their Hendrix experiences.
- Provides networking opportunities for alumni across the nation and the world.
Alumni Association Awards
The Alumni Association currently gives four awards:
Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award
The Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award is given by the Alumni Association
to living alumni who have distinguished themselves in their vocations, service
to humanity and service to the College.
Outstanding Young Alumnus/Alumna Award
The Outstanding Young Alumnus/Alumna Award shall be presented to an alumnus
or alumna of Hendrix College who has shown accomplishments and promise in his
or her chosen profession or in service to the broader community and has demonstrated
a continuing loyalty, support and advocacy for the college. The recipient should
be within 15 years of his or her graduation from the college (for 2016 awards,
the class of 2001 - present will be considered).
James E. Major Service Award
The James E. Major Service Award was created in 1981 to honor Dr. James E.
Major of Little Rock, a 1940 alumnus, senior vice president emeritus and minister
in the Little Rock conference of the United Methodist Church. It is given for
meritorious service to the College.
Hendrix College Humanitarian Award
The Humanitarian Award is presented by the Hendrix College Alumni Association
to living alumni who have significantly improved the quality of life in the
world through their service and dedication to humanity.
Contact the Office of Alumni and Constituent Engagement.