Alumni Management Services
News, networks, fundraising... Community!
Welcome! If you're responsible for managing alumni lists and publishing news about graduates of your alma mater, we have good news:
Alumni Management Services℠ can provide the tools you need to lighten the load and increase communication. Sites are easy to manage, comprehensive and robust.
Standard Tools:
Features & Benefits:





Automated Home Page

Your default home page will initially consist of elements drawn from within the website and formatted automatically. This prevents your home page from accidentally being deranged by a manual layout error.

As you become familiar with the system, you will have the option to redesign your homepage using standard HTML and CSS formatting. "Coding and loading" and off line content management are not required. Locally designed pages are built from components maintained in a structured database, and pages are assembled in real time whenever they are requested, which means each visitor sees the most recent content.

In the adjacent example, images are drawn from the gallery system, while text and internal links to other parts of the website are drawn from the news, from member updates, from forums, and from other tool based content.

Social Networking

Member Profiles

Each member has a profile with personal information of the members choosing, an portrait and links to other networks and personal sites and favorites. Depending on the level of service selected by the network owner, a gallery of images and videos may also be available. Of course, the page header and color scheme would follow your own design.

Updates & Galleries

Each member's profile has an Update feature; members can post brief comments or announcements optionally combined with an image and a link. Updates can be echoed in other parts of the site with various content selections and abbreviations at the editor's discretion.
Frank Alexander 15-Mar-2019
Now testing forums. Posting topics, replies, edits...
Anonymous 09-May-2018
Now at Island Apartments, Lompoc, CA.



A blog/newsletter is a standard feature of every site. Navigation and categorization are standardized, and a link to a calendar of events is optional. Many features of the layout can be customized. Each article has an automated entry feature for one graphic and one link adjacent to the text, and knowledgeable users can publish additional links via standard markup. Click a title to see the format of individual articles in our own sample blog. Many other conventional publishing features are available.
Visitor Learns about AMS News Feature
If you were expecting to read some exciting news, then we're sorry for playing with your emotions.

This is really a demonstration of the built-in newsletter function of our system. Your alumni site can have its own online newsletter. Articles are easily added with just a web browser, and you can... Continues...
Daily Bruin Alumni News
We're happy to welcome the alumni of the UCLA Daily Bruin, an award-winning newspaper that will soon celebrate its 100th anniversary.

The Bruin began as an adjunct part of the UC Berkeley newspaper shortly after the Los Angeles campus was founded in 1919.

Active alumni span the 20th Century... Continues...
Blog Post Flexibility
The community blog is very flexible, with automated placement of text and graphics, links to member (author) records and profiles and automatic archiving of prior posts by the editor(s) and members.

Upload a graphic for each post, or refererence external graphics. Automatically thumbnail uploaded... Continues...
Dawgs Soar over Eagles
In a startling upset, our Dawgs defeated the Eagles of Western last weekend. This was the first time in eleven outings that the locals had beaten the always dominant team from Western.

Coach Johnson said "This game was a career highlight for me."

Veteran player Bob Nevermind scored 37 to lead... Continues...

Groups & Forums

  • Updates are brief comments added from member profiles.
  • Comments may be added to pages, blog posts, etc., at the editor's discretion.
  • Discussions may be conducted in the forums.
  • Groups can make use of all these features.
Forum example: This discussion group preview draws members' comments from many parts of the site. You customize the preview; more comments are visible in the Forums. Click a heading to see the topic and responses.
Higher than yesterday, but below peak of '74.
Why didn't the first topic appear in the list?
Some images in this preview are intentionally blurred to protect privacy. Privacy is built into our tools.
In actual use, images are stored in a library for display in many ways.