Managing Your Group
We know how important it is for alumni leaders to stay organized and keep their members informed. These resources will help you to effectively manage your group, from contacting your members to insuring your chartered organization.
The RUAA is here to help you communicate your events and new with your constituents. Please visit the Planning Your Event
page for more information on how to request broadcast emails.
Policy on Using Rutgers Logos and Marks
reminds you that there are specific guidelines on how to use the Rutgers visual identity on websites, publications, promotional items, and more. Visit the Rutgers Visual Identity System website
to learn more about how to apply the Rutgers logotype or signature to a communication. Contact email@example.com
for more information.
Create a Facebook group or page to communicate with your group. Learn more about how to get started with our Facebook Guide for Chartered Organizations.
Download this PDF to learn more about the insurance
provided to your chartered organizations through the RUAA.
Encourage alumni to sign up for the online community to make direct updates to their record.
Have alumni complete the Update Form to provide updated information.
Alumni and alumni leaders can email information updates to RUAlumni@winants.rutgers.edu.
RUAA Resource Documents
How to Fund Your Organization
How to Run Meeting
New Solutions for Money Management
Our Rutgers, Our Future Campaign Guide
Sample Budget Template for Charter Organizations
Volunteer Leadership Learning Series
Revenue-Generating License Plate Program
License Plate ProgramLast year, with the launch of the new Block R license plates in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, the RUAA Board of Directors approved a one year pilot program that allowed RUAA chartered groups to promote the plate to constituents and receive a share of the revenues they generate.
The RUAA Board has voted to continue the charter group license plate designation program. The program extension will allow RUAA chartered groups to continue to promote the plate to constituents and receive a share of the revenues they generate. Find out how it works