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Welcome to the Student Alumni Relations Board!!!

 

  SArb strives to bridge the gap between Students & Alumni by facilitating events that enable interaction among current Vandals and alumni. SArb promotes Vandal Pride and empowers a sense of Vandal Community.

 

We are more than a club, we're family!


   Please check our page frequently as we will updating event sign ups, event credits, attendance, applications, and more! 

 

 

 

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Description

Founded in 1970, the Student Alumni Relations Board (SArb) is the largest student organization recognized by the Associated Students of the University of Idaho, with a total of eighty-nine members. SArb connects students and alumni through various University of Idaho events filled with Vandal Pride and tradition.

Category

Professional

Name of National Organization

Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)- Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (ASAP)

Chapter/Region Your Organization is Affiliated With

District 8

Website/URL of National Organization
President/Chair Name

Ayla Neumeyer

President/Chair Email Address
Vice President/Chair Name

Trevor Kauer

Vice President/Chair Email Address
Advisor Name

Your advisor must be a full-time, board-appointed (benefits eligible) staff, faculty or administrator at the University of Idaho.

Tim Helmke

Advisor Email Address
Authorized Personnel

Please provide up to five (5) names of group members authorized to make room reservations in the Idaho Commons or Bruce Pitman Center (formerly the SUB) for the group.

Ayla Neumeyer, Trevor Kauer, Emily Rasch, Bailey Thomas,, Cassie Michaud, Austin Karstetter

What is your student organization's mission and purpose?

To bridge the gap between students and Alumni through Vandal Pride and university traditions.

What can members expect to learn through their involvement with your organization? How has your own involvement enhanced your experience at the University of Idaho?

Members will gain professional development, interaction with alumni and donors, knowledge of the university and its traditions, leadership experience, opportunities to attend large university events, and event planning experience.