Notice to Graduating Seniors.
If you are graduating
this semester, please read the information below about your Kent email and network
accounts, and your locker. If you have any questions, please let me know. Note:
If you are not graduating this semester, you will keep your e-mail account and
locker until you graduate.•Email and Network Accounts.
and network accounts will be terminated on Monday, August 4
Monday after the summer bar exam). As a Chicago-Kent graduate, the Office of Alumni
Relations is pleased to offer you the option of setting up an alumni.kentlaw.edu
email address through our email forwarding service. This service is available
through the Chicago-Kent Alumni Online Community and allows you to choose a email@example.com
address that will be forwarded to your specified personal email account (e.g.
gmail, yahoo, or work e-mail, etc). This system allows you to use a simple e-mail
address to give to family and friends, and your username can be your current firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can create a new one. You'll never have to notify everyone in your address
book of a new or discontinued e-mail address because you can simply update your
personal e-mail address by logging into the Online Community, and emails will
subsequently be forwarded to your email address.
In order to access email
forwarding, all you have to do is sign up for the Chicago-Kent
Alumni Online Community
. Accounts for May 2008 graduates will be available
in mid-July. Click
to sign up now! For questions or concerns, please contact the Office
of Alumni Relations at email@example.com or 312.906.5240.•Clearing
Please clear your lockers out no later than Friday, August
. Anything left in lockers after that date will be removed. If you are unable
to clear your locker out by that date, please contact me to make arrangements
for your locker contents to be set aside for you.Joke of the Week.
What happened to the butcher who backed up into his meat grinder?
He got a little behind in his work.Poem of the Week.
This week's poem is "Parenthood,"
by John Chipman Farrar