Transitioning from Student to Alumni for Graduating Seniors

Dear Senior:

As several of you convert from “Active Student” to “Alumni” status, we would like to inform you of a few things you can/should keep in mind. Let us be some of the first people to welcome you to the Malone alumni family, a group that numbers over 18,000 that lives and ministers in locations all over the world.

Blessings to you as you go out and serve the Church, Community, and World.

Deb Robinson, Director of Alumni & Parent Relations, University Office of Advancement
Adam Klemann ‘01 , Information Technologies
Kris Owens, Reference/Systems Librarian, Malone University Library

In this Message:

Transitioning to Alumni Status

  • Alumni Benefits
  • Alumni News
  • Alumni Events
  • Download the free Malone U Alumni App!
  • You’re Invited: Malone Alumni Groups

Information Technologies Transition Info

  • How long will I be able to sign into my account?
  • More information on your alumni email account
  • Purchase software & hardware using your student discount!

Library Resources

Transitioning to Alumni Status

Welcome, Class of 2015!

The Malone Alumni Association is a non-dues paying group. All graduates of Malone and those who have attended for at least one year are automatically enrolled as members. Below you will find some of the services and benefits you retain as alumni of Malone University!

Deb Robinson
Director of Alumni & Parent Relations

Alumni Benefits

  • Visit the Malone Alumni web pages for more information on alumni benefits.
  • Alumni may use the Wellness Center for an annual fee of $120.
  • Alumni are welcome to use the Cattell Library during business hours (see more information in the Library section below).
  • Free use of our online Alumni Career Services job search resources.
  • Insurance Discounts: Malone Alumni qualify for discounted rates with a variety of programs offered through our partnership with the American Insurance Administrators, LLC. You will receive information about this opportunity soon by mail. Other insurance providers offer a discount if you belong to an alumni association. We will send a formal letter of confirmation to them for you if you request this from our office.
  • Group rate tickets when attending Malone Alumni and Friends trips to sporting events, concerts, museums, zoos and other attractions. Have an event idea? Let us know!

Alumni News

(You may expect to receive these if we have current email and home addresses for you.)

  • The monthly “Pioneer Spotlight” e-newsletter with news about Malone – including Homecoming, reunions, seminars, Worldview Forums, and news about campus updates, regional alumni events and travel opportunities.
  • The award-winning Malone Magazine is published twice annually.
  • We want to hear from you, too! Share your wedding and baby announcements or career and graduate degree news. We will post them in the Malone Magazine and in our online alumni news blog. Send news to

Alumni Events

  • Come back for Homecoming October 2 & 3, 2015. Members of the Class of 2015 are admitted free of charge as you celebrate your “0 Year Reunion” this fall. Watch your mailbox for the Homecoming brochure coming in August.
  • Join us at the 6th Annual Malone Mix on May 19, 2015 from 5-7 p.m. in the Brehme Conference Center. Network  with other young alumni and have a free professional head shot taken.
  • Check out other events and travel opportunities on our website.

Download the free Malone U Alumni App!

  • The alumni association provides a free app loaded  with humorous real-world tips on everything from engagement rings, insurance, loans, taxes, business dress and etiquette to retirement plans. You may also choose the Malone news streams you want to follow, and keep up-to-date with all things Malone.
  • Download the app by searching for “Malone University” in your app store or by visiting to load it onto your desktop.

You’re Invited:  Malone Alumni Groups

If you haven’t created a LinkedIn account, this is a great way to professionally network with potential employers, current and former peers, and to organizations like Malone! Follow Malone University Alumni groups on other social sites too:

Information Technologies Transition Info

Here are some of the cleanup items you may want to complete, as well as information about how long you will retain access to which services.

How long will I be able to sign into my account?

While your email account will remain active as long as you continue to check it (at least once every six months), access to Malone Xpress and other on-campus resources (print balance, signing in to lab computers with your student account, H: drive storage) will cease 4-6 months after the end of your last semester. Before this happens, there are a few things you may want to do:

  • Download an “unofficial transcript” from Xpress. You can download an “unofficial” transcript from Malone Xpress after your final grades have been posted. Official transcripts can always be requested at any time from the Office of the Registrar.
  • Retrieve contents of your H: drive using remote access. Instructions for accessing your H: drive remotely are located in FAQ140.

More information on your alumni email account

  • How long will my email address stay active? As long as it is being actively checked (at least once every six months), your email account will remain active. If your account becomes inactive and you would like to reactivate it or if you need assistance with accessing your email account, you can contact the IT Help Desk at 330.471.8428.
  • If you would like to forward your email to another address, you can follow the procedure listed here. Remember that even if you choose to forward your email, you will still lose access to the account if you do not log in at least once every six months.

Purchase software & hardware using your student discount!

University students are eligible for significant discounts on software. While you are still a student, you may want to take advantage of these discounts. Links and additional information for software and hardware discounts are located in FAQ96.

Library Resources

As an alumnus, you retain access to many of the library resources you had when you were a student. Stop in anytime just to say “Hi,” see what’s new, or check out new displays. The role of the library is changing everyday.

Remember, you always have access to the LibGuides, or Library Guides, accessible from the library homepage. They include information on a variety of subjects, as well as on library resources, including patron-specific topics such as new items being added to the library collection.

The library staff will always be there, happy to assist you. Feel free to contact us by phone at 330.471.8317, or e-mail us at if you have any questions or concerns.



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