The Committee on Regional Associations (CORA) consists of regional association officers elected to the Alumni Council Executive Committee. The mission of CORA is to work with regional associations to engage more Princeton alumni with the University and with one another. CORA pursues this mission by serving, in coordination with the Regional Affairs team, as a resource to Princeton regional alumni associations in developing ideas and providing guidance for: programs; recruiting volunteers; organizing, operating and managing the regional association; and enhancing outreach to alumni.
CORA Grant Application Guidelines
CORA offers a limited number of grants to Princeton regional associations seeking to achieve the next level of success. These grants, awarded annually, contribute toward the financing of activities and initiatives that support an association’s long-term strength and sustainability.
APGA Grant Application Guidelines
The Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni offers grants to Regional Associations to assist with engagement of graduate alumni in their region.
CORA Award for Innovation
This award is given in recognition of associations who have developed new and innovative programming. Award recipients have included groups that created particularly engaging alumni education programs, as well as organizations that developed effective new ways to use technology in alumni outreach.
Develop a Regional Community Service Project
Produced by the Alumni Council Standing Committee on Community Service, this document provides suggestions on how to develop a community service project in your region.