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MSU Alumni Association Continues To Grow

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As the student body continues to grow at Montana State University, the MSU Alumni Association is growing as well.

Currently, the Alumni Association has about 10,000 members. The office hopes to increase it's membership by 5,000 members to match MSU's enrollment by next year.   

This year, the campus created a new campaign, VIM, to help the university stay connected with their alums. The association reaches out to MSU grads and explains the benefits of staying connected with their school.

"The students want to have mentors and want to have guides in their life," said Todd Eliason, MSU Alumni Association. "We're excited for the alumni to not only engage in our students, but engage back in with their organization."

MSU alumni will have an official tailgate at Saturday's homecoming game on the southwest corner of the practice fields, directly across Kagy.

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