Get Involved with your Alma Mater

As it has since alumnus and Professor Marvin G. Williams (‘25) organized the first alumni association under the guidance of “Doc” Sutherland (‘28) in 1932, the alumni association has been about fulfilling the mission and vision of Bluefield College and promoting a closer fellowship among alumni, and between alumni and the College.

Have you wanted to be involved with your alma mater? Now is the time! We are diligently working to grow and begin many new regional alumni chapters to help you make this connection. The Regional Alumni Chapter Program is a chance for you to join together with local alumni to stay engaged with Bluefield College. Our desire is to reconnect alumni to the College, as well as to other alumni, students (both current and prospective), parents, and friends who share similar interests. Could we have a few minutes of your time to complete our information sheet? It will help us determine how to best connect you with your fellow alumni. For more information about alumni chapters in your area or starting your own chapter, contact the Director of Alumni Relations.

We also ask that you take time and visit MyBC. It is our system for you to update your information, find classmates, track your giving, and more! Please contact Vanessa Scruggs, Institutional Advancement Office Manager, for an update to your information or your MyBC username at 276.326.4458 or .

Alumni and Friends Information Sheet



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(include maiden)

Is your spouse an alumnus(a) of the College?

Did you meet your spouse at Bluefield College?

(include names and birthdates)

(include relationship)


(do not include minors)

(school and years of attendence)


Does your employer match charitable gifts?

Does your employer offer internships?


(include address and/or city and state)

(include leadership positions)

How would you like to serve as a volunteer for the Alumni Association?