The Gannon Online Alumni Community offers many social networking tools to alumni. To take advantage of most of these items, you will need to be a Gannon or Villa Maria College alumnus/alumna and logged in to the site. If you have not yet created a username and password for the GU Alumni Community, please follow the link for the First Time Login.
Class Notes allow you to post notes and/or photographs of your recent career changes or professional accomplishments; graduations and other educational updates; and to announce engagements. marriages, births and adoptions. Post this information yourself or email Jana Hunt to have Class Note information included in the Gannon Magazine. To post your own Class Note online, login and click "My Class Notes" link in the upper right corner, just above the Search bar.
Member Photo Albums allow you to upload and share your own photo albums or browse the Alumni Officer's photo galleries to view pictures of alumni events and Gannon University.
Message Boards allow you to engage others in public threads and discussions. Create your own board, participate in someone else's board, or just read a board for information or from curiosity.
Blogs (short for WebLog) are available to each member of the Online Alumni Community. Whether you are a blog veteran or are new to this form of online journaling and commentary, you can take advantage of the My Blog tab in My Profile to share your thoughts, art, memories, or just about anything else you'd like to share. Set the privacy level of your blog to determine if it will be available to the entire web, to other logged-in Gannon Alumni members, to a select group of friends, or perhaps you keep your blog private and visible only to you.
Connecting to Gannon through popular social networking sites:
"Like" the official Gannon University page on Facebook
Follow the Gannon U account on Twitter
Subscribe to Gannon's YouTube Channel
Join the Gannon University Alumni Association LinkedIn Group & the Gannon University LinkedIn Group
Edge is a student-produced online magazine targeted to prospective students, often featuring alumni bloggers. Check out the Edge!