The Tennessee Valley, state, region and world are better places because of the numerous contributions of the students, alumni, faculty, staff, administrators, trustees and friends of Alabama A&M University. Similarly, the University is positively impacted by the support of the constituencies, who significantly assist the institution in the furtherance of its land-grant mission.
Resolutions are but one of the ways through which the University recognizes individuals and organizations for their contributions to the AAMU family. MPR will prepare resolutions at the requests of the President, a Cabinet member, the Director of Alumni Affairs and/or the President of the AAMU National Alumni Association.
Requestors typically play some role in providing the needed biographical or supporting documentation. Completed documents are returned to the requesting unit for mailing or presentation. Example: A long-time employee in the unit of Business and Finance will retire soon. The VP for Business and Finance makes the request, the resolution is prepared and submitted to the VP. If the President is present at the given event, he/she may present the resolution. Otherwise, the requestor or designee may present the resolution. Framing is the responsibility of the requesting unit.
To submit resolution requests, contact the Office at (256) 372-5607.
“Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University reflects the uniqueness of the traditional land-grant institution combining teaching, research, service, liberal arts, and vocational fields. The University offers baccalaureate, master’s, and doctoral level degrees that are compatible with the times to all qualified and capable individuals who are interested in further developing their technical, scientific, professional, and scholastic skills and competencies. The University operates in the three-fold function of teaching, research, extension and other public service. Alabama A&M University, a center of excellence, provides an educational environment for the emergence of scholars, scientists, leaders, critical thinkers, and other contributors to a global society.”
Alabama A&M University (AAMU) is committed to equality of educational opportunity and does not discriminate against applicants, students or employees based on race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, or disability. Moreover, AAMU is open to people of all races and actively seeks to promote diversity.