The 2013 Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC).

Resources for Class Officers

Class Officer Best Practices

Cornell class officers are a wealth of knowledge and experience. This month, we feature Juanita McGonagle ’04, talking about the Leadership Lunch & Learn webinar series.

Watch all of the Class Officer Best Practice videos.

Be sure to check back for frequent updates and reach out to your class staff contact with any questions.


  • Resources in Cornell Box

    Information about successfully governing your class including officer responsibilities, nominations and succession planning, the 5-year class life-cycle, and training opportunities.

  • CUVolunteer

    Create your profile and find communities and volunteer opportunities. Use this tool for class officer succession planning by nominating yourself or a classmate for class officer roles.

  • Second Decade Alumni Programs

    Second decade alumni are 10 to 20 years past graduation. Join the conversation with classmates as they share best practices, articles, events, and the Leadership Lunch and Learn webinar series.

  • Volunteering at Cornell

    General volunteer training sessions designed to help you understand what you need to know to be a successful volunteer for Cornell.

  • Young Alumni Programs

    Young Alumni Programs helps keep recent graduates—those who have graduated in the past 10 years—connected with each other and Cornell.


  • Resources in Cornell Box

    Resources to facilitate connecting with your classmates including email communications, digital engagement, and affinity networking.

  • Changes to alumni email forwarding

    Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) is changing email forwarding as directed by the university’s IT Governance Council. Cornell will be changing how email forwarding service works and this requires action from you. This effort will provide a more stable and reliable email service for you and make more efficient use of Cornell’s IT resources. Visit this page to learn more about how this will affect you.

  • Class websites

    Check out your class website for news about classmates, upcoming events, and memories of your time on the Hill.

  • Cornell alumni directory

    Check to see if you Net ID is active, search the directory for classmates or Cornellians, or update your profile.

  • Cornell news

    Keep your class website and social media up to date by sharing current content from today's Cornell.

  • iModules email and website toolkit

    This support site is designed to be used by class officers as their source for training and technical help in iModules.

  • Submit class news and notes

    Send your latest news and see your name in print in the Class Notes section of the Cornell Alumni Magazine. Whether your news is ordinary or extraordinary, your fellow Cornellians want to hear about it.

Membership and Class Treasuries

  • Resources in Cornell Box

    Tools and information to assist with class dues solicitations, finances, classmate engagement statistics and Cornell Alumni Magazine.

  • Cornell Alumni Magazine

    The Cornell Alumni Magazine was founded by alumni in 1899 and has been sustained and supported by alumni ever since. Published bi-monthly, it connects alumni, students, faculty, and parents to the University.

  • Financial training video

    Instructional video for how to view your class account online.

  • Pay class dues

    Class dues support specific class initiatives, programs, and opportunities for classmates that are separate and distinct from gifts to the university.


    Paying class dues also gives you exclusive access to a reduced rate on a subscription to the award-winning Cornell Alumni Magazine. Pay your class dues today--online, by phone at (607) 255-3021, or by sending a check made payable to your class to Box 37333, Boone, IA 50037-0333. Questions? Email

Class Events and Reunion

  • Resources in Cornell Box

    Resources to plan and implement gatherings for your classmates, regionally and on the Cornell campus.

  • Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC)

    Registration is now open for the Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC) 2020. Join us February 20-23 in Las Vegas, Nevada at The Westin Las Vegas. Early bird pricing ends January 24.

  • Cornell events

    Return to campus or find a Big Red party in your own back yard. Coordinate a class gathering around an ongoing Cornell event such as Homecoming, Sy Katz Parade, Red Hot and Frozen Apple Hockey, and more.

  • Cornell Homecoming

    Save the date for Homecoming 2020 – September 25-26! Each fall, the Cornell community gathers in Ithaca and around the world to connect, learn, relive favorite Cornell traditions, and make new memories.

  • Cornell Reunion

    Save the date for Reunion 2020 - June 4-7! Whether you come alone with with your family, you will find Cornell Reunion weekend has something for everyone.

  • Cornell traditions

    University traditions bring us together no matter where we are or how long we’ve been part of Cornell. Learn more about these timeless celebrations.


  • Resources in Cornell Box

    Information about class-designated fundraising activities, Cornell funds, and scholarships.

  • Cornell Annual Fund volunteers

    Every year, our volunteers reach thousands of their peers on behalf of Cornell, turning their passion for our university into generous donations and personal connections.

  • Cornell designated class funds

    Almost every alumni class has a designated fund to support deserving students and Cornell initiatives. Cornell designated class funds are considered gifts to the university and are tax-deductible.

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