e-Newsletter for over 25,000 Alumni & Friends
August 2014

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Home Tailgating events (All games start at 6 pm)
Still looking for a tailgating location? Check out Heritage Park for on-campus locations for as little as $75 a game.

    - August 28 vs Wake Forest
    - September 6 vs Idaho
    - September 26 vs Troy (Homecoming)
    - October 25 vs Texas State
    - November 15 vs UL-Lafayette

Upcoming Reunions/Alumni Events

September 6: 1965-72 Football players contact runderwood@ulm.edu for more information. 

Sept 4-6: Notable alum Joe Profit will be making appearances around Monroe. He has a book signing and will donate 10 percent of the proceeds of the book sales to the ULM Alumni Association. Check out the alumni website for more details.

Sept. 12 -13: "Friends Don't Let Friends Wear Purple and Gold," Warhawk party at the USS Kidd, Friday, Sept. 12, 6-8 pm., Away Tailgate & Fan Bus to LSU Game, Saturday, Sept. 13.

Sept. 20: School of Construction Management Sporting Clay Fundraiser

Past Alumni Events - Which ones were YOU at?

On July 19, ULM's first annual Bayou Bash offered food, fun and music await in a family-friendly atmosphere! Hot dogs, nachos, cotton candy, popsicles, Frito pies, as well as crafts, kid's jumper, face painting, photo booth, a DJ and an alumni vs. faculty/staff kickball game were all part of the fun in Ouachita Parish. Guests included ULM president Dr. Nick Bruno, Monroe mayor and ULM alum Jamie Mayo, and ULM athletic director Brian Wickstrom.

Photos of Bayou Bash can be found at the ULM Alumni Association's Facebook page

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29th Annual Lincoln/Union Parish Warhawk Scramble Golf Tournament

Alumni, friends, faculty and staff join together at the Lake D'Arbonne Country Club in Farmerville on July 29 for golf, food, fun, speakers, and a silent auction!

Photos of the 29th annual Lincoln/Union Parish Warhawk Scramble Golf Tournament can be found at the ULM Alumni Association's Facebook page

There's new turf at Malone Stadium, thanks to JPS Aviation. On July 24, the ULM Warhawks held a ribbon-cutting for JPS Field at Malone Stadium.

Thanks so much to JPS, and and GO Warhawks!

Photo of JPS FIeld Ribon CuttingMore photos of the JPS Field ribbon-cutting can be found at the ULM Alumni Association's Facebook page

On August 2, alumni and friends got together in Shreveport/Bossier City at the Silver Star Smokehouse for our annual family dinner in support of ULM.

A silent auction was held with proceeds going to ULM scholarships. Special guests included ULM president Dr. Nick Bruno and ULM athletic director Brian Wickstrom.

More photos of the Shreveport/Bossier City alumni dinner can be found at the ULM Alumni Association's Facebook page

The Louisiana Pharmacist Association reception in New Orleans on July 17-19 featured many ULM Pharmacy alums, who hold a strong majority of the Association's seats for officers and board members, including Dr. Anthony Walker (’85 BS, ’98 BS) of ULM's School of Pharmacy, was elected president.

Other officers are Kenny Wilson (’84 BS), of Don’s Pharmasave in Marksville, immediate past president; Errol Duplantis (’94 BS), of Lloyd’s Remedies in Gray, president-elect; and Rob Toups (’68 BS), of Pharmacy Systems Inc. in Duplessis, treasurer.

Regional directors from the local area are the Bayou Region’s Andy Soileau (’75 BS), of Soileau’s Pharmacy in New Iberia; Capital Region’s Simone Ginn (’84 BS), of Wal-Mart Pharmacy in Baton Rouge; and Southwest Region’s Mark Mouton (’72 BS), Wal-Mart Pharmacy in Abbeville.

Directors-at-large from the local area are Myra Black (’92 BS), of Gulfcoast Pharmaceutical Specialty in Gonzales; Blake Pitre (’62 BS), of B&J Pitre Pharmacy Inc. in Houma; and Michaelle Wolfe Scelfo (’82 BS), of Wolfe-Scelfo Pharmacy Consulting in Covington.

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The Richland/West Carroll/East Carroll alumni dinner was held at Black Bear Golf Club in Delhi on August 5.

The social hour began at 6:30 with a hamburger dinner being served at 7:00 catered by The Waterfront Grill.

Guests included ULM president Dr. Nick Bruno and ULM athletic director Brian Wickstrom.

More photos of the Richland/West Carroll/East Carroll alumni dinner can be found at the ULM Alumni Association's Facebook page



Houston Family Night at Dave and Buster's was held August 9. The party started at 5:30 pm in the Sports Lounge Room. Each person in attendance received a $5 Power Card upon arrival. First pitch from the Houston Astros vs Texas Rangers began at 6:10 pm and was played on the large screen TVs. Attendees were treated to The Saddle Up BBQ Buffet. Guests included ULM president Dr. Nick Bruno and ULMathletic director Brian Wickstrom.

The ULM Athletic Foundation Kickoff hosted its annual kick-off event on August 14 at inside Fant-Ewing Coliseum. Over 35 of Monroe's premiere restaurants and beverage providers catered this year's event.

For more Good News about ULM, visit the ULM News Center!

Director's Corner: a message from ULM Alumni Director Robin Stockton Underwood

Robin Stockton Underwood

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Dear University of Louisiana at Monroe Alumni,

The fall semester is underway at ULM and what an exciting time to be a Warhawk!  Our incoming freshman class is pumped to be on campus, and these bright individuals bring with them record-setting average ACT scores and GPAs. The campus has been busy with activities related to Move-In Mania and Week of Welcome. 

Photo of Robin Underwood and family My family and I are excited for the upcoming athletic season as you can see from our photo. Football season starts in just a few days and I know many of you are just as excited as I am for the first-ever college football Camo-Out that ESPNU will feature ULM on a nationally televised game Thursday, Aug. 28, 2014 at 6 pm. CamoOut graphic

Help us spread the word and fill Malone Stadium. How can you do that? Make the #CamoOut photo your profile picture to show your support of our favorite team!

We are building partnerships on campus and in our community to add more value to you as an alumni and/or friend. Career Connections and our regional employers are working together to enhancing our job matching services for alumni and employers looking for great candidates.

In addition, we are working on expanding perks of joining your Alumni Association with both local and national companies to offer exclusive discounts on products and services from which our alumni can benefit. We continue to work on growing our social media footprint and membership numbers each month – thank you for helping us with this!  A "Business of the Month" recognition program is coming soon so business owners be on the lookout on how your business can be chosen!

Photo of Heritage Park SignYour alumni staff is busy planning . . .

Home Tailgating events (All games start at 6 pm)
Still looking for a tailgating location? Check out Heritage Park—across from the Grove—for as little as $75 a game.

    - August 28 vs Wake Forest
    - September 6 vs Idaho
    - September 26 vs Troy (Homecoming)
    - October 25 vs Texas State
    - November 15 vs UL-Lafayette



Upcoming Reunions and Alumni Events

September 6: Reunion of the 1965-72 football teams. Players, mangers and coaches can contact runderwood@ulm.edu for more information. 

Sept 4-6: Notable alum Joe Profit will be making appearances around Monroe. He has a book signing and will donate 10 percent of the proceeds of the book sales to the ULM Alumni Association. Check out the alumni website for more details.

Sept. 12-13: "Friends Don't Let Friends Wear Purple and Gold," Warhawk party at the USS Kidd (more info here), Friday, Sept. 12, 6-8 pm. in Baton Rouge, an Away Tailgate & Fan Bus to LSU Game, Saturday, Sept. 13 (more info here).

Sept. 20: School of Construction Management Sporting Clay Fundraiser (more info here).

We invite you to get involved. Many of us remember our time on the bayou fondly. Great things are always happening here, so don't forget to connect with us on social Media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, & Twitter), attend chapter events or athletic events in your area so you can be in the know. If you’ve moved, changed phone numbers, or email addresses, please take a moment now to update your contact information through the Alumni Directory.

If I may be of assistance, please contact me at 318-342-5244 or runderwood@ulm.edu. Anytime throughout the year, you are invited to stop in and see us at the Anna Gray Noe Alumni Center, your home when you are on campus.

Go Warhawks!

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Robin Stockton Underwood, BBA ‘00
Director of Alumni Affairs
University of Louisiana at Monroe


PS - Remember to support your ULM Alumni Association with a financial gift! And you can easily double or even triple your gift with a Maching Gift from your employer. Find out more at our Matching Gift website!

Fall 2014 ULM Magazine available soon!

Fall 2014 ULM Magazine cover

The Fall 2014 edition of The ULM Magazine is in production and will arrive in the next few weeks!

In the Fall 2014 Issue . . .

- Stan Humphries comes back to the nest to join the Women's Basketball coaching staff

- EJ Ok reflects on her legacy and her love for her fans

- The Scelfo family tradition: All Warhawks a dozen times over

- Embracing Change: Buddy Embanato is part of ULM's past, present and future



ULM launches new online photo store

ULM alumni, students, faculty/staff and supporters will be able to shop online for ULM photos on the brand new ULM Official Online Photo Store.

The store will be operated on the PhotoShelter platform, worldwide leader in photography portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers. With PhotoShelter, ULM receives a customized website to showcase events throughout the year from football games to graduation.

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The website is a collaboration between the ULM Office of Public Information and the Warhawk Athletics Department. "We are very excited to announce the launching of our new official online photo store," said President Nick Bruno.

"The store will provide alumni and supporters with an easy to navigate website where they will be able to choose from a large selection of ULM photos that will help enhance our exposure."

ULM decided on the PhotoShelter platform based on Warhawk fan and ULM alumni requests for the opportunity to purchase high quality photos of ULM and Warhawk Athletics. The online Photo store satisfies those requests, with plans to add photos of the campus since its founding in 1931.

Fans can access the photo store by clicking on the shop tab at ULMWarhawks.com, or through the university website.

"The online photo store is a great addition to the new offerings we have revealed this past year to our supporters." said Brian Wickstrom, Director of Athletics.

"The store will provide a wide range of photographs for our fans to choose from."

The website address for the store is ulm.edu/photos

One of the key components to the new website is that ULM will have full control over the photographs and the galleries. The official online store will grow as the year progresses, as the number of photographs will significantly increase with the number of ULM sponsored events.

If there are any comments or questions about the online photo store, please feel free contact Richard Duran, Director of Marketing at 318-342-5382 or duran@ulm.edu

Warhawk Wines now available!

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The ULM Alumni Association is proud to announce Warhawk Wines are now available for purchase!

Weibel Family Vineyards in Lodi, California have created special 7 wines for Warhawk Fans, including a sparkling wine and a non-alcoholic sparkling wine.

You can purchase Warhawk Wines from the Weibel Family Vineyards' website at www.weibel.com and clicking on the "Purchase" link.


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Visit www.libertymutual.com/ulmaa for a free quote.

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Receive Visa Platinum benefits including online banking, auto rental, travel insurance, while earning redeemable rewards points by shopping at participating retailers.

Show your ULM Alumni Association support and pride by choosing one of our customized card designs!

Photo of iPhoneULM app now includes Alumni features

Those who have the University of Louisiana at Monroe's free mobile app will find a few new features in the latest update including local weather conditions and ULM Alumni Association events.

The new Alumni Association feature has the potential to bring alumni closer to the university community with event listings, contact information, and the opportunity for alumni to update their information with the association.

In 2012, ULM integrated new items to the mobile app including a tuition estimator, and interactive campus map, which allows students to see their courses pin-pointed on an interactive map of campus buildings to see exactly where they need to go each day to get to class.

ULM's mobile app, developed in 2011, provides a portable method for students to access much of the same information they currently access from their desktop or laptop computers.

To see these new features, visit your app store and upgrade to the latest version of ULM Mobile.

The mobile app is a free download available for iPhone, Android, and most other web-capable smart phones at ulm.edu/app

ULM Alumni Association expands Social Media tools

Social media is a great way to stay in contact with fellow alums and the university. ULM and the ULM Alumni Association currently uses various social media outlets such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and RSS feeds to help you stay connected!

The ULM ALumni Association has assembled a listing of various alumni chapters with a Social Media presence.

Visit ULM's Social Media page - ulm.edu/socialmedia - for a complete list of the many types of social media you can use.

Have you ordered your ULM class ring yet?

ULM RingYour journey began when you took your first steps onto the ULM campus.

Each step along they way, from student involvement to enjoying athletic and cultural events on campus, to your pursuit of academic excellence, has been filled with enough memories to last a lifetime.

Your journey now brings you to this moment in your ULM life — your eligibility to purchase and wear the official ULM class ring.  ULM undergraduates with at least 90 hours towards graduation are eligible to wear the ULM class ring.

Wear it with pride as you begin the next great journey in your life.

Order your Official ULM Class Ring Today!!

3D view of the Official University Class Ring

ULM's Career Connections offer employment services

The Office of Career Connections & Experiential Education at ULM (formerly Career Services) has an online job posting service serving ULM students and alumni.

The Web site, ulm.edu/careerconnections allows employers to post part-time and full-time positions as well as internship opportunities.

Anyone may browse the jobs, however, an active Campus Wide Identification number (CWID) will be needed to apply online. Alumni that graduated more than five (5) years ago should call Career Connections at 318-342-5338 to apply for positions.

Log onto ulm.edu/careerconnections and click on "Students: Browse & Apply for Jobs & Internships."

Employers will also find on the Career Connections Web site the link "Employers Submit Job or Internship" in order to post any job openings or internship opportunities at their organization. The Web site currently has over 800 positions available.

Visit ulm.edu/careerconnections for tips about resume preparation and interviewing skills. Please call 318-342-5338 for an appointment.

Help Fund ULM Scholarships with a Warhawk Plate!

ULM License PlateWhen you purchase a Warhawk license plate, part of the proceeds help fund scholarships for future Warhawks.

And if you have an older NLU plate, you can even retain that plate number with your new ULM Warhawks plate!

For more information and to order your new Warhawk license plate, visit ulm.edu/alumni/licenseplate.

For more information about your Alumni Association, visit ulm.edu/alumni!

The ULM Alumni Association draws its membership from over 65,000 graduates located worldwide.

We invite you to reminisce and remember your time on campus and to stay connected to your university, to each other, and to your ULM Alumni Association.

Visit our "Reminisce & Reconnect" web page on the Alumni Web site and please feel free to send your memories and photos to Brooke O'Brayant at obryant@ulm.edu and we'll post what we can on this page!


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Alumni Shalanda Stanley (M.Ed. '08) has plenty to reminisce about lately.

Stanley, an assistant professor in the School of Education, recently packed up her office in Strauss Hall preparing to move to the newly renovated George T. Walker Hall on campus. While boxing her stuff to move, she found many reminders of former students, and had this to say (on Facebook) to all of them:

An open letter to all of my former students at ULM,

I'm packing up my office at Strauss as the School of Education gears up for its move to Walker Hall, and I'm taking down all of the author study posters from my wall that y'all did and left behind. I kept all of them and hung my favorites. You guys put so much work into them that I could never throw them away. So I hung them, or stacked them, or leaned them against things. Every time someone comes in my office they remark on them. "Wow, these are so colorful." "I read that book as a child." "Your office is so happy," they'd say.

As I took down posters that haven't been touched in years, I looked on the backs and read your names and smiled, because I still remember each and every one of you. I remember where you sat in my classroom and how you looked, your faces so full of hope and excitement and anticipation of becoming the kind of teachers that can change kids' lives for the better.

And I'm so proud of you all, because some of you are on your way to becoming just that and some of you already are, and I feel better about myself as a person because I like that I was a part of helping you become that teacher.

I love you all. Truly and dearly.

P.S. I'm leaving Strauss, but I'm taking your posters with me where they will hang proudly and make me think of you.

So many took a liking to her post, even commenting their favorite memories of their favorite teacher:

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Dr. Stanley earned her Bachelors in English from Florida State University. She then came to ULM and earned her Masters in Education; she later earned her PhD in Curriculum and Instruction from LSU. She teaches reading methods courses to ULM's elementary education majors and reading methods for students with special needs to ULM's special education graduate students. Her first novel will be published from Knopf Books for Young Readers in Fall 2015.

Dr. Stanley is married with two children, ages 10 and 8.


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Covington

Dr. William G. Covington Jr., (BA '76, MA '84) was recently appointed to Division Chair of the Curriculum, Assessment, and Administrative Division of the Broadcast Education Association.

Covington, a West Monroe native, earned his B.A in radio/T.V. management and his M.A. in speech.

Covington’s time at ULM helped groom him for a successful career.

“ULM was an answer to a prayer,” he said. “It was a place where I cultivated a love of learning and a desire to explore my dreams beyond what I had experienced up to that point in my life. Learning extended beyond the classroom as the people I met and the groups with which I became affiliated had an enduring positive impact on my life, enhancing the quality.”

Covington is a tenured faculty member at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. He teaches a variety of media courses including journalism, sports writing, media management, promotion, and introduction to mass media. He has also served as the faculty adviser to the campus radio station and cable news outlet.

He said, “ULM is a significant part of my life now. The college years are formative, as one enters adulthood and severs ties with the past. When I entered ULM as a freshman it was a distinction point in my life that continues decades later. I thank God for the people, experiences, and opportunities I encountered at ULM that I would have not experienced anywhere else.”

Covington also holds degrees from Bowling Green State University and the University of Missouri.

ULM breaks ground on innovative international student center

On August 4, ULM alum and supporter Eric Liew, his wife Linda Pruett, and University of Louisiana at Monroe officials broke ground on the newest privately-funded project for the university—the international student center.

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University, state, and local officials break ground on the new International Student Center.

The Liew family pledged $1 million in January to build the facility that will temporarily house incoming international students as they prepare for life in a new country and new culture.

The center will serve as a base-camp for those looking to socialize with others from around the globe, and will be a place to cook, study, and have group meetings.

"When I came to the university, the international population was growing, and I wanted to continue that trend," said ULM President Dr. Nick J. Bruno.

"International students add a great deal to our campus, including their language, their culture, and their understanding of our world."

Bruno met with Eric Liew, a 1993 business graduate, and the two realized that to support the expansion of the international student body, they would have to create a facility that would make the transition easier.

Bruno said, "We knew that to really grow the international student population we would need a facility not only to accommodate those students, but to become the center of the international student community—a place for cultures to meet each other and join each other in their university journey."

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Linda and Eric Liew

Liew reflected on his own journey as an international student arriving from Malaysia some 30 years ago.

"I came here with one suitcase and a small bag," said Liew.

"The student association picked me up and dropped me off at a dormitory. I was alone. I remember that feeling and I said to myself if I am ever blessed enough to become successful, I wanted to make this happen. We did it."

With the new facility, those entering the country to attend ULM will have a safe and comfortable place to meet other students and settle into life at ULM.

Current student, Marcelo Gomez, a native of Ecuador, said, "Being a student in a place where we have a different cultures and different language is not easy, but we have to learn to adapt.

What Mr. Liew and his family have done is an inspiration to all the international students, and it gives us a place to congregate and be creative and learn about one another."

Construction has already begun on the facility and the university hopes to open its doors in spring 2015.

Monroe ranked in top 50 most affordable college towns in the nation

In a recently released ranking of the "50 Great Affordable College Towns in the U.S.," Monroe—home of the University of Louisiana at Monroe—is ranked at number 33 in the nation, alongside the likes of Nashville, Tenn.; Boise, Idaho; and South Bend, Ind.

Monroe is the only city in Louisiana to be ranked.

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The list was compiled based on the cost of living index published by the Council for Community and Economic Research.

According to GreatValueColleges.net, the cost of living index includes cost of food, housing, utilities, transportation and health care.

"Monroe and ULM are partners in providing a great value to students seeking an excellent higher education experience,"said ULM President Dr. Nick J. Bruno.

"We are proud of the relationship and contributions ULM makes to the city, parish and region."

While the site specifically mentions ULM's atmospheric science program, which is the only such program in Louisiana or Arkansas, ULM has recently been recognized in national publications for its nursing program, and online MBA.

For more information about the 50 Great Affordable College Towns in the U.S., visit Great Value Colleges

ULM's Pi Kappa Alpha chapter wins international Smythe award

Members of the University of Louisiana at Monroe's Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) chapter continued the longest current winning streak in Pi Kappa Alpha history by capturing their 16th consecutive Robert A. "Smythe" award at the Pi Kappa Alpha International Convention held in Baltimore, Md.

The award is given to the top 10 percent of Pi Kappa Alpha chapters each year. This win marks the 21st Smythe award in the last 23 years for the ULM Pi Kappa Alpha chapter.

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Knotts

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Walpole

Laura Knotts, director of Student Life and Leadership said, "We are so proud that the PIKEs are setting a new standard with a 16th Smythe Award win. Their dedication to student life and the campus as a whole is evident, and we are happy they are being rewarded for their efforts!"

The award is based upon excelling in 16 areas of operation, including academics, community service, campus involvement, athletics, management, risk awareness, new member education, and alumni relations.

Four ULM students joined Tommy Walpole, executive director of auxiliary enterprises and the fraternity's staff adviser, at the five-day event.

These students included Pi Kappa Alpha President Clark Bentsen of Aurora, Ill.; Internal Vice President Alex Crist of Warner Robins, Ga.; Zach Rachal of Monroe; and Allen Perry of Fort Hood, Texas.

The group was also recognized for earning—for the fourth consecutive year—an overall grade point average higher than a 3.0.

Other highlights of the trip included the ULM Pi Kappa Alpha chapter receiving the Raymond L. Orians Award for Chapter Excellence for overall chapter performance during the previous year. This is the chapter's 28th consecutive Orians award.

The ULM Pi Kappa Alpha chapter was also recognized for 100 percent participation in the undergraduate donor club—sponsored by Pi Kappa Alpha's Educational Foundation—and named as a finalist for Pi Kappa Alpha's financial management and athletic programs, and received recognition for their recruitment efforts.

The ULM Pi Kappa Alpha Alumni Association was also named as a William R. Nester Outstanding Alumni Association. This was the Pi Kappa Alpha Alumni Association's 15th time to be recognized as one of Pi Kappa Alpha's best alumni associations in North America.

The fraternity won multiple awards at last year's Greek Banquet—including being named ULM's Organization of the Year for the 12th time in the 15-year history of the award—and earning a top-tier ranking in academics. The members of Pi Kappa Alpha were also crowned as ULM's Greek Week Champions and won their sixth consecutive All-University Athletic Championship.

Pi Kappa Alpha has 224 chapters in North America and is headquartered in Memphis, Tenn.

The Pi Kappa Alpha chapter at ULM was founded in 1972.

For more Good News about ULM, visit the ULM News Center!

2014 ULM Warhawk Football Ticket Packages now on sale

To purchase tickets, call the ULM Ticket Office at 318-342-5417

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LOWER CHAIRBACK - $175
We dare you to find a better chairback seat in a college stadium! Watch thrilling Sun Belt football in style in the newly renovated lower chairbacks. Call or email the ticket office to find out how to make your tax-deductible ULM Athletic Foundation donation to secure your spot and then buy your tickets and stretch out in these comfortable new seats!!
* ULM Faculty/Staff price - $140
* NOTE: Donation requirement per seat to ULM Athletic Foundation varies by seating section.

LOWER BENCH - $120
Save your money with this package versus buying single-game tickets and be a part of the action in the lower bench seats located in sections 101-107 on the West side of Malone Stadium.
* ULM Faculty/Staff price - $96

UPPER CHAIRBACK - $120
Reserve your spot in the chairbacks located in sections 202-206 on the West side of Malone Stadium. At only $120, this package SAVES MONEY versus buying single-game tickets!!
* ULM Faculty/Staff price - $96

FAMILY FUN BUNDLE - $300
Bring the whole family this season for a savings of 40% versus buying at the gate. With four season tickets per bundle, claim your spot in the reserved lower bench section 107 and have FUN with the family and the Warhawks this fall! Each additional ticket available for $75 per ticket.

FREQUENT FLYER PASS - $150
BEST VALUE!! You can see every second of action of ULM Athletics with this package. The frequent flyer pass is valid for general admission seating at all contests.
* ULM Faculty/Staff price - $125

HAWK'S NEST - $60
Includes a ticket to all five (5) 2013 Warhawk home games. Hawk's Nest tickets are valid for access to the East side of Malone Stadium and are general admission within Sections 212-219. Grab your tickets for a "Hawk's Nest" view in Malone Stadium!

Jr. WARHAWK CLUB - $30
Take advantage of this FUN and AFFORDABLE offer by enrolling your Junior Warhawk (ages 3-12) today! Club membership includes general admission to all Warhawk home athletic events, a Jr. Warhawk Club t-shirt, special invites to exclusive Jr. Warhawk Club events, name listing on club website, autographed picture of Ace and birthday e-card!

2014 Single-game Ticket Prices
Lower Bench (Sections 101-107) - $30
Upper Chairback (Sections 202-206) - $30
General Admission (upper WEST or EAST) - $18
GROUP PRICING AVAILABLE

ULM Athletics announces new and improved Kids Club

The ULM athletic department announced its new and improved kids club will now be called Ace's Kids Club. The Ace's Kids Club, formerly known as the Jr. Warhawk Club, is for children 12 years of age and younger. 

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Each member will receive a membership card, t-shirt and other great ULM gifts. The membership card will grant free access to every home ULM athletic event and there will also be invitations to exclusive Ace's Kids Club Events.

Memberships are valid from August 1, 2014 through May 31, 2015 and each membership costs $30. Online registration is now available at www.warhawktix.com

For more information on Ace's Kids Club, please contact Josh Mire at 318-342-3558 or mire@ulm.edu

iPhoneDownload the free Warhawk app!

Download the ULM app and get all the latest in ULM Athletics in a simple, interactive interface on your Apple or Android smart device.

Among the info included is latest news, scores and schedules, and rosters for all your favorite ULM teams! In addition, live stats are available for selected sports.

Upgrade to the Premium ULM app for access to exclusive on-demand video from Warhawks All Access, including press conferences, player and coach interviews, and much more!

Visit ulmwarhawks.com to download your free app for any Apple or Android smart device.

Are you an active member of the ULM Athletic Foundation?

Join the 'Young Grad' program today!The ULM Athletic Foundation helps raise awareness and financial support for the Warhawk athletic programs, positively promote all athletic events, grow our fan and donor base, and enhance the lives of over 300 student-athletes.

There are five ways you can help ULM Athletics!

1. Become and active member of the ULM Athletic Foundation and “Give 110%” of your previous year’s giving.

2. Make a gift toward scholarship endowments or facility upgrades

3. Match your gift through ULM's matching gift program. Visit ulm.edu/giftmatch for more info.

4. Recruit friends and colleagues to buy season tickets and join the ULM Athletic Foundation

5. Include ULM Athletics when preparing or revising your will or estate plan.

And don't forget several new exciting membership programs: the "Young Grads" program and the "Jr. Warhawk" program.

More information about the ULM Athletic Foundation can be found at www.gowarhawks.net 

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