UTEP Alumni Black alumni NETWORK

Welcome to the UTEP Alumni Black Alumni Network (UBAN) webpage.

The UTEP Black Alumni Network invites you to join them for a service project

Who: All alumni, family and friends are welcome.

What: Help clean and paint the fellowship hall at the AME Church. This will be physical work, so come prepared! Accommodations can be made for those who need it.

When:  Saturday, February 24, 2018.  Volunteers are encouraged to meet at the church at noon. We plan on completing the project by 2 p.m.

Where: Visitors Chapel at the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, 518 N. Estrella, El Paso, TX, 79903.

Why: To serve our community! A partnership with Project MOVE.
A church is a home away from home for its members. Help beautify a location that brings such joy and comfort to so many.

How: Kindly RSVP to Pat White at 915-240-0339.

Bring: You are encouraged to bring water and anything else to keep you comfortable.  Paint, brushes and cleaning supplies will be supplied, but feel free to bring your own if you want. 

Attire: Wear UTEP Gear, closed toe shoes and whatever will help you to feel comfortable painting and cleaning.

Let us know about your experience afterwards by completing this link:

UBAN Mission Statement

It is the mission of the UTEP Black Alumni Network to establish and maintain lifelong connections between the University of Texas at El Paso, its alumni and friends, faculty and students and the El Paso community. This, in turn, leads to increased support for the university’s mission and goals and enrichment for all participants. Successful relations are the result of the strategic and deliberate cultivation of alumni as leaders, volunteers, advocates and donors for the University of Texas at El Paso. 


1. Establish and cultivate relations with alumni and friends of the University of Texas at El Paso through communications, programs, and services.
2. Serve as an instrumental alumni resource for the University of Texas at El Paso in alumni services and programs, working with colleges and schools to promote alumni involvement and cultivation.
3. Identify, motivate and train strong alumni, faculty, students, friends and volunteers to raise scholarship funds and foster student recruitment for the University of Texas at El Paso.
4. Encourage diversity by increasing the involvement of minority and young alumni in the life and support of the university.

Want more information?
Contact the Office of Alumni Relations
Alumni Chapter Coordinator
Crystal Saavedra
(915) 747-6475 | casaavedra@utep.edu
1(866) GO-MINERS

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