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KCUMB’s qualified and caring staff members are poised to help alumni with a variety of services. Whether you need research assistance, financial counsel or academic records, KCUMB is here for you.
The D’Angelo Library staff members are happy to conduct literature searches on your behalf and send you articles when possible. KCUMB adheres to publishers’ license agreements on all materials, online resources and databases. Contact the library for assistance and clarification on permissions.
The Financial Aid Office is your advocate and resource, should you experience problems or concerns in the repayment of your student loans. Contact the Financial Aid Office for more information.
The Academic Records Request form is a multi-purpose form that allows you to request a copy of commonly solicited academic records, including transcripts, enrollment verifications, board scores and letters of recommendation. Learn more about requesting records, including processing times and payment.
KCUMB’s Credit Union offers many services, including savings accounts and personal loans, to alumni and their immediate family members. The Credit Union is open 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Contact Business Office Coordinator Becky Sevedge at email@example.com with questions or to find out more about the status of your accounts.
KCUMB supports our alumni currently serving in the armed forces. If you are deployed, we would like to send you a token of our appreciation and a reminder that your KCUMB family is thinking of you.
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