The Norton School Council of Alumni and Friends
The purpose of the Alumni Council is to aid and support the goals of FCS through the participation in and communication of all relevant activities. During the year we host graduation celebrations, faculty/staff luncheon, and alumni receptions for past and present alumni. In addition to the many activities we coordinate and participate in, we raise money for student scholarships while serving as advocates on behalf of the School.
Thank you to everyone who made 2016 Homecoming a success! Stay tuned for information on 2017's Homecoming celebration.
If you graduated with a degree in either Family Studies or Retailing and Consumer Sciences, this is the way to stay connected with the Norton School. Look for timely updates about alumni gatherings, Homecoming information or special events in your hometown. Please share with other alums so we can build our network!
New and Noteworthy
2/15/2017 - The Council award nomination form is now Online! Submit your nominations using our online form - read more
9/28/2015 - Shirley Jo Taylor, our treasured retired Cooperative Extension and alum from the Norton School, will be receiving the MARVIN D. “SWEDE” JOHNSON AWARD FOR VOLUNTEER SERVICE TO STUDENTS - read more
11/7/2014 - The Council receives the Red and Blue award from the University of Arizona Alumni Association, recognizing them as the top UA College Alumni Council - read more
As President of the Council, I am excited to tell you about some of the great things that are happening at your School. The members of the Council are proud to have been an important part in the exciting changes for over twenty years. As you know I am most excited to extend you an invitation to UA Homecoming 2017. Join us for our annual luncheon on Friday, October 27th, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at the McClelland Park Building. You can email Gina McCann at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will send you reservation information as it becomes available, or check back here! It will be a super time to greet "old" friends, to chat with professors and students, and to see first hand what is happening.
Family and Consumer Sciences Council of Alumni and Friends