The Frostburg State University Alumni Association has honored Sandra Day of Mt. Airy, Md., a 1967 Frostburg graduate, with the Service to Alma Mater award for her consistent dedication to the advancement of FSU.
Day is the former president of the FSU Alumni Association and a current member of the FSU Foundation Board of Directors. She has recruited numerous alumni to serve on the Alumni Association board, has helped the university’s admissions office with new student recruitment and has advocated for FSU to legislators in Annapolis. Day has also been instrumental in establishing the Alpha Xi Delta Scholarship, which supports FSU students with a preference given to members or those with family who are members of the national sorority, as well as those who reflect the group’s values of education and service.
Day is a retired educator, serving for 32 years as a teacher and counselor in Montgomery County, Md., public schools. She is a singer for the National Christian Choir and has been a volunteer leader in her church.
This award recognizes alumni who, through their consistent involvement and dedication, have made exceptional contributions to the advancement of FSU and have encouraged other alumni to take an active role in supporting their alma mater.
For more information about the FSU Alumni Association, call 301-687-4068 or e-mail email@example.com.