With UCT undergoing considerable changes in structures, vision and policies in recent times, it's always vital to keep the university's alumni in the loop.
In that spirit, the UCT Heritage Society, comprising alumni who've bequeathed money to UCT in their wills, recently hosted dinners in Pretoria and Johannesburg. Emeritus Professor Francis Wilson, president of the society, updated members on various developments on campus, including the vice-chancellor's 2010-2014 vision and the admissions policy. Wilson also took the opportunity to highlight the importance to UCT of financial support from its graduates.
The events form part of an on-going programme by the Development and Alumni Department to educate senior alumni about making bequests to the university.
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