Help Welcome FSU’s Newest Seminoles

ServiceDayEach year, Seminole Clubs® and Chapters around the nation coordinate Seminole Send-Off events for incoming first-years, transfers, returning and graduate students as well as parents.

Seminole Send-Offs are social gatherings for students and parents ranging from backyard barbecues to formal receptions. These events are a great opportunity for your club or chapter to meet students, parents and alumni. Our goal is for you to begin building a network with these students and parents within the FSU community at your Seminole Send-Offs.

We hope that you have already begun planning your club or chapter’s send-off event. As a reminder, the FSU Alumni Association is working on a mass mailing to the parents of FSU bound students. The postcard will be dropped in the mail the week of May 4th.

While we understand some send-offs happen later in the summer and that the planning process may not have begun, we ask that by THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 26, to please provide us with preliminary details such as a date, time and location. We would like to have this placeholder information up on our Seminole Send-Off webpage by May 1, so that when send-off postcards hit the mail, parents are able to plan accordingly.

You do not have to complete the Seminole Send-Off marketing request form until you have all details finalized. But, we ask that if your club is interested in hosting a send-off, please email us by THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 26, with the date, time and location.

The FSU Alumni Association will still be sending out individual club and chapter eBlasts when marketing request forms have been completed.

However, please help us in our efforts to make send-offs as well attended as possible, by letting us know the send-off’s preliminary information by Sunday, April 26.

Feel free to email us for help with Seminole Send-Off planning or to request a list of accepted and/or current FSU students in your area.

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