Dear Alumni and Friends:
I am pleased to provide you with my fall "State of the University" update. In it, I share information about current enrollment, budgetary and fundraising trends, as well as other operational updates I expect you will find of interest.
More importantly, this update includes six priorities that I consider to be vital to Tuskegee University's future. Some of these priorities are matters we will address and resolve in the next 12 months. Others will be long-term goals that will include collaboration between the university, our community and the greater Tuskegee Family. One element common to all six is certain — they will require your input, your involvement and your charitable support.
As a follow-up to this update, I will be hosting a live video Q&A on Tuesday, Nov. 19 beginning at 5 p.m. central time. This forum will allow me to respond to your questions, as well as provide greater insight into my vision for Tuskegee and the priority-setting involved in instituting and implementing that vision.
My hope is that this video update and live Q&A follow-up will become a model that I continue to regularly use to keep you informed of and engaged in our collective efforts to preserve Tuskegee's legacy and prepare her students to be tomorrow's leaders.
As always, thank you for your support of Mother Tuskegee.
Lily D. McNair, Ph.D.
Live Video Q&A with President McNair
Tuesday, Nov. 19 | 5 p.m. central time
Questions will be accepted during the Q&A, but you can also submit questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include your name, graduation year, major and current city/state of residence.
Join the live Q&A on Nov. 19 via Zoom:
https://zoom.us/j/899380092 | Meeting ID: 899 380 092
Dial-in option: Find call-in numbers at https://zoom.us/u/aBnKK2kte; dial-in using the meeting ID above when prompted.
Please note: due to Zoom limitations, there is a cap on the number of meeting connections that can be made. Please consider gathering in small groups or by alumni club where possible to allow the maximum number of participants to join in the discussion.