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Neuhoff Alumni Interest Form

Neuhoff Alumni Committee Interest Form

Thank you for your interest in serving the Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry through the Neuhoff Alumni Committee. The committee is open to alumni of the Ann & Joe O. Neuhoff School of Ministry, and its predecessor, the Institute for Religious and Pastoral Studies, and is a committee of UD's National Alumni Board.

The Neuhoff School of Ministry's mission is "theological education for transformative service."

In the spirit of that mission, the intent of this committee is to:

  • Call together and foster the community of alumni, current students, faculty and friends to continue the mission of Neuhoff to service through prayer, support and continuing education
  • Strengthen the understanding and effectiveness of Neuhoff in parishes, dioceses and nationwide including outreach to and involvement of various cultural communities
  • Volunteer and attend Neuhoff events seasonally
  • Identify and promote continuing formation, service and employment opportunities for Neuhoff students and alumni
  • Provide opportunity to meet and connect with like-minded alumni
  • Form disciples of Christ through intentional discipleship

Please complete and submit the form below to indicate your interest in serving on the Neuhoff Alumni Committee so that we may follow up with you.

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