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The GAA Web site aims to help alumni connect and reconnect with each other and with the University. Newly added functions will maximize alumni members’ ability to keep up with classmates, old friends – and to find and meet alumni who live nearby.
All alumni can post their news and photos on the GAA Web site to share with their Carolina classmates via online class notes. They also can search for classmates in the enhanced online directory. And once they find classmates, they can send them e-cards from a selection of Rameses cards and campus scenes. Viewing the full results for individuals, including photos and class notes, is available only to GAA members as a member benefit.
In the months ahead, also look for enhancements to our online career services for GAA members.
This enhanced online community lets visitors sign in using a user ID and password, which will be provided upon completing a free registration process. To make full use of the opportunities offered by the GAA Web site, visitors need to be GAA members.
All of the new features can be accessed via the Online Services links in the left-hand site navigation.
Thoughts about the site? Please let us know what you think by sending a message to email@example.com.