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February 21, 2012

Sign Up for the New MIT Alumni Credit Card Register for Tech Reunions 2012

Alumni looking for financial-service providers now have a new option. Thanks to an Alumni Association agreement with the MIT Federal Credit Union (MITFCU), MIT alumni can now join the credit union and benefit from services including Visa credit cards, loans on homes and vehicles, and other financial products.

MITFCU, a member-owned institution offering financial services to the MIT community since 1940, offers a new MIT-alumni-branded credit card with a rewards program—plus banking online and nationally through 6,500 shared branches in 47 states and thousands of surcharge-free ATMs. When you sign up for the credit card or use the loan services, alumni and student programs will benefit at no cost to you.

Learn more: mitfcu.org/home/mitalumni.

Register for Tech Reunions 2012

Does your graduation year end in 2 or 7? Then plan now to meet old friends and make new ones at Tech Reunions, June 7–10. Online registration will open in mid-March—watch your e-mail for dates.

Reunion activities range from MIT’s oldest and largest reunion tradition, the Tech Night at Pops concert at Symphony Hall, to faculty talks at Technology Day followed by a special luncheon that celebrates class giving to MIT. You can tour the campus and attend living-group and department receptions. Classes will hold dinners, dances, and outings, and the 50th-reunion class will lead the commencement procession. Day-long activities are also planned for graduate alumni.

Learn more: alum.mit.edu/networks/classes/techreunions.

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