Office of Alumni Relations - FAQ's
Trail Ride is on!
24th Annual NMMI Alumni Trail Ride.
11-14 June 2013
Please call our office at 575-624-8250 to sign up for Trail Ride or if you would like us to call you, please leave a number and a good time to call at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Office of Alumni Relations May E-Newsletter
Want to give back to your Alma Mater? You can set up montly recurring payment for you Regular Membership or Crossed Sabers Membership. If you would like to set up by check, or credit card, it couldn't be easier. Just fill out the form and mail to:
New Mexico Military Institute
Office of Alumni Relations
101 West College Boulevard
Roswell, NM 88201-5173
Or fax to: 575-624-8037
*Note- for debit, please mail the form with the voided check.
NMMI Alumni Calendar
NMMI Admission Calendar
Coming up on 24 May 2013
Orell Burger Burn - Watch for details
Visit the Albuquerque Chapter Web page
NMMI Alumni Homecoming and Reunion
Mark your Calendars! 16-19 October.
Would you like to dedicate a paver in the Alumni Zia?
Call us at 575-624-8250 or email to email@example.com.
Map for Benches and Bricks
Map for Flagpoles
Print the form
Please call our office at 575-624-8250 to donate to the Office of Alumni Relations or if you would like us to call you, please leave a number and a good time to call at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in joining or starting a chapter?
Phoenix, AZ Chapter is recruiting! Email email@example.com.
If you would like to assist with recruiting in Mexico, please contact Nancy Burrola. Click here for the spring recruiting schedule.
TAPS - Full Version
Live Webcasts (streaming video)
Official Facebook Page
Pictured are MG Jerry W. Grizzle, USARNG (Ret), NMMI President and Superintendent (l) and James D. Lowe 1967 JC, Director, NMMI Office of Alumni Relations
I am excited to announce the formation of the Office of Alumni Relations and the hiring of Jim Lowe as the Director of Alumni Relations. Jim has an incredible background as a senior officer in numerous companies and brings a depth of business knowledge that is needed to run such an organization. It is value added that he is an Alum and that his Father was a long time NMMI employee.
Jim and I will be working together to develop programs and communication vehicles that reach all of this great Institute’s Alumni. It will be our objective to expand the active participation by our Alum’s. One of our first initiatives will be a membership drive. I was shocked to learn that only 241 Alum’s were annual members last year. At $50 per year, this is the best economic deal you could find. For less than one dollar a week you will have access to all NMMI publications and publications specifically generated by the Office of Alumni Relations. You will receive notifications of Alumni chapter meetings and events in your area, as well as here on Post.
Our commitment is that all services, traditions and functions will be continued and enhanced. By creating this office, it allows us to use the entire resources of NMMI to connect with and service our Alumni.
As I travel on behalf of NMMI, I am asked frequently, “How can I help?” My answer is get involved. If you are not a member of the Alumni Organization, sit down now and write a check. The cost is tax deductible and opens all channels of communications with NMMI. The second part of getting involved is to participate in the activities sponsored by the Office of Alumni Relations. The 24th Annual Trail Ride will be held June 12-15, 2013. If you have never attended a Trail Ride, now is the time to start. We are well into the planning for Homecoming 2013. Homecoming is open to all Alum’s, not just the honored classes. Put down the dates, October 16-19, 2013 and plan to return to Post.
There has never been a better time than the present to get involved with NMMI.