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The National Pre-Alumni Council (NPAC) serves as the umbrella organization and governing body for each Pre-Alumni Council (PAC) on UNCF member college campuses. The NPAC, the student component of the National Alumni Council, was founded in 1958 by Dr. Walter Washington, an alumnus of Tougaloo College. He felt that it was imperative for students to under-stand and learn early their responsibilities as alumni of historically black colleges and universities.
Twelve years later in 1958, the National Pre-Alumni Council (NPAC) of the National Alumni Council (NAC) was created to stimulate the interest and participation of students in the progress of The College Fund/UNCF, to preserve and to further loyalty and fellowship between the member colleges and universities and assist in raising funds during the annual campaign of The College Fund/UNCF. Since its creation, the NPAC has given more than 3 million dollars to The College Fund/UNCF.
The Edward Waters College Pre-Alumni Council (PAC) focuses on preparing students to become effective alumni under the guidance of dedicated alumni. We strive to raise the awareness of the importance of the College Fund/UNCF through community involvement and fundraising activities. It is important that we learn about our responsibility to give back, in hopes of allowing other young people to have the same opportunities which we have been privileged enough to receive.
PACs raise funds for their activities, hold monthly meetings, complete two community service projects and participate in Pre-Alumni Council Week. Additionally, PAC financially supports the College as it fosters fellowship among its members and throughout the student body. In addition to working with their members, PAC students become involved with National Alumni Associations (NAA) through the chapter and regional presidents, meetings, receptions and alumni events.
About Pre-Alumni Council Since established, the National Pre Alumni Council has given more than 3 million dollars to the United Negro College Fund (UNCF). The Pre-Alumni Council (PAC) stresses the importance of The United Negro College Fund in educating African Americans throughout the country. This organization educates students to become effective alumni through giving time, talents and finances to support their alma maters and the UNCF.
The birth of The United Negro College Fund on April 25, 1944, among other events led to the awakening of alumni to support the need to provide financial and moral support to their alma maters. The National Alumni Council of The College Fund/UNCF emerged to address this concern and to further the legacy of The College Fund/UNCF institutions. For years the National Alumni Council has been doing its part in supporting The College Fund/UNCF and its member institutions.
The Pre-Alumni Council is comprised of students who reside in the greater metro Jackson area and students who are members of their respective state clubs. The purpose of the Pre-Alumni Council is to help students develop a lifelong connection with JSU prior to their graduation. Council members recruit students, hosts special events, learn the importance of philanthropy and coordinate fundraisers to support Council activities.