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A New Look for the New Year!
As we ring in a new year, The Citadel Foundation is proud to announce the launch of its new home on the web!
At our new address, foundation.citadel.edu, visitors will find an attractive, interactive, and more robust user interface offering informative stories about TCF events, new donors, and how your gifts help The Citadel achieve excellence in the education of principled leaders.
We invite you to visit the new site and create an account today! Visitors are welcome to access all the public areas of the site, but by registering, you will also be able to create a profile, update your personal information in our database, subscribe to newsletters, and view your giving history.
You will also gain special access to restricted areas based on your affiliation. For example, alumni will be able to sign in to view their own class pages, participate in discussions, and communicate with their Class Chairman and their classmates. Parents will have access to informative news about campus activities , and donors will be able to view their personal giving history, register for events, and interact with others.
While The Citadel Foundation's homepage will redirect to the new site as of January 2010, many of our existing pages will remain available online as we integrate this content into the new interface so that your current bookmarks will continue to function.
During this transition, you may access an archived version of our prior homepage here: http://www.citadel.edu/tcf/pages/index_archived.shtml
We appreciate your patience as we bring additional new, interactive features online over the course of this year. Meanwhile, we encourage you to test drive the new site: http://foundation.citadel.edu
Please visit us and share your feedback to let us know how you like the new look. What works well? What did we forget? What else would you like to see?
Share your thoughts at supportTCF@citadel.edu or by calling (800) 233-1842. We welcome your comments and suggestions!