Both on and off campus, so much of what ACU does would be impossible without selfless servants willing to volunteer their time and energy to make events and programs run smoothly. We appreciate beyond expression these valuable volunteers and invite you to join them in supporting ACU in this tangible, irreplaceable way.
If you're interested in volunteering, these opportunities are open to you:
The Parents Association organizes and distributes Survival Kits for finals week of each semester, as well as Valentine's gifts for students. Parent volunteers host Purple and White Parties (see below) and other events for prospective students at their homes in major Texas cities, and various ACU Moms groups support each other and their students through fellowship, prayer and care packages.
For more information, contact the Alumni Relations Office.
Alumni volunteers help organize and publicize their upcoming reunions. Some even help raise money for the Exceptional Fund to make sure their class ends up on top for reunion giving.
Contact senior alumni relations officer Samantha Adkins for more information about volunteering for your class reunion.
Spreading the Word
Parents and alumni are the best advocates for ACU with prospective students and their parents. Whether that's as involved as hosting a Purple and White Party or Senior Sendoff or as simple as letting us know about a student who should be on the radar of the Admissions Office, we need you to help spread the word! Parents and alumni are also our best table workers at college fairs, where they can answer questions better than anyone else about what makes the ACU experience so uniquely worthwhile.
If you live in the Abilene, Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston or San Antonio metropolitan areas and would like to host a gathering for future ACU students or volunteer at a college fair, visit the ACU in Your Area page and contact the University Relations or Admissions officer in your city.