Join your fellow Ranger graduates and support your alma mater by becoming a member of the Northwest Alumni Association! You can also donate to help students, future Northwest alumni.
Benefits of Lifetime Membership
• Choice of NWCC golf shirt or blanket
• Welcome gift of NWCC swag
• 20% bookstore discount
• Free admission to all on-campus, regular season athletic events*
• Free admission to all Fine Arts events on campus*
• Northwest Library benefits
• Cafeteria access (at regular meal cost)
• Priority mailings for alumni related events
• Lifetime subscription to Alumni / Foundation Magazine, Northwest NOW
• Personalized Membership Card
• Official Northwest Alumni Association automobile decal
*Benefits of annual membership
Cost of Lifetime Membership
• $200 for individual
• $250 for couple
Cost of Annual Membership
• $30 for individual
• $50 for couple
Annual Alumni Association Sponsored Event
The Alumni Association recognizes the Alumnus of the Year and Sports Hall of Fame honorees each year at Homecoming. If you know of someone worthy of this honor, please submit a nomination form to the Office of Alumni Affairs. Forms must be submitted by April 1.
New Award: Outstanding Young Alumnus Award
The Alumni Association will start a new annual award to be given at Homecoming - Outstanding Young Alumnus Award.This award will be given to a graduate of Northwest within the last 10 years in either an academic or career technical program. The candidate should be one who has progressed in their career, made a significant impact in their circle of influence, and made admirable contributions in their field.
You, our NW faculty and staff, know best our students! Please consider someone who you feel would be worthy of this honor and notify the Alumni Office by emailing Patti Gordon. Deadline to nominate a student: April 1.
Northwest friends and family, meet Dr. Ashley Glover, a graduate of the 2009 class. Originally from Como, MS, Ashley went on to achieve a Bachelor's degree in Social Work from The University of Mississippi and has since become an honorary Texan after spending time in San Marcos achieving her Master's degree in Social Work from Our Lady of the Lake University in 2016 while also working as a counselor for Gary Job Corps. She has gained licenses in both social work and chemical dependency counseling. Since then, Ashley received her Doctorate of Social Work from Capella University, is employed by Travis County Health and Human Services of Pflugerville, Texas as a social worker, and is a field instructor at the University of Texas at Austin. Way to go, ranger!