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Family Network Membership

 

About the СӰԺ Family Network

The СӰԺ Family Network is dedicated to helping families with their transition into the University and offering support, information, and problem-solving throughout a student’s career at СӰԺ. The Family Network offers opportunities for families to more closely partner with the university and will help lead you to СӰԺ services and resources to support your Bear’s success. Joining the Family Network is the easiest way to share the СӰԺ experience with your student!

If you are a current member of the СӰԺ Family Network and have a desire to get more involved in a leadership position within the Family Network, we encourage you to learn more about the Parent and Family Advisory Council.

 

Join the СӰԺ Family Network

All parents and families of an enrolled undergraduate or graduate student are eligible to become members of the СӰԺ Family Network.

СӰԺ offers two membership levels–General Membership and Bear Hug Membership. See information about each membership level below.

 

General Membership

General Membership is free and includes:

  • Monthly “Bear Pack” Parents and Families newsletter
  • СӰԺ Parents and Families email
  • СӰԺ Parents and Families Facebook page
  • Access to Parent and Family events including Family Weekend
  • Invitation to participate on the Parent and Family Advisory Council

 


Bear Hug Membership

Bear Hug Membership includes:

  • Monthly “Bear Pack” Parents and Families newsletter
  • СӰԺ Parents and Families email
  • СӰԺ Parents and Families Facebook page
  • Priority registration for Parent and Family events including Family Weekend
  • Invitation to participate on the Parent and Family Advisory Council
  • СӰԺ Family Network car decal
  • СӰԺ Family Network clear tote bag
  • СӰԺ Family Network collapsible fan
  • СӰԺ Family Network keychain

Bear Hug Membership is $50.00 per family mailing address, even if the family has more than one student enrolled at СӰԺ.

 


Donations collected for the СӰԺ Family Network support areas of concern to parents, educators, and students alike.