Membership

Since 2005, each person who purchases a Town Hall series ticket automatically becomes an active member of Waterman. You do not have to be a graduate of the University of Michigan to belong to Waterman, you just need to enjoy the fellowship of interesting people and have a desire to support education via scholarships to U of M students. Active membersĀ and their spouses and friendsĀ are also invited to attend several special social events throughout the year.

Some of the past events were:

  • a tour of the newly renovated Hill Auditorium,
  • attending the Michigan League Dinner Theater
  • a tour of Schembechler Hall,
  • and a tour of the Gerald Ford Library.

To apply for a Waterman membership please download our Membership Form (PDF).

Sustaining Contributor

Anyone who wishes to support the Margaret Waterman Alumnae Group and its mission but is unable to attend the Town Hall Lecture Series can become a Sustaining Contributor with a contribution of $45 or more. Your donation is 100% tax deductible and all of your monies will go directly to scholarships for the coming season. Additional benefits of being a Sustaining Contributor include receiving invitations to participate in all Waterman special social events as well as all mailings including our annual brochure.

Being a Sustaining Contributor is a wonderful way to stay in touch and be a part of the Waterman Alumnae Group’s mission to support deserving University of Michigan scholars who are in need of financial assistance.

To become a Sustaining Contributor print the Sustaining Contributor form and send the completed form along with your check to:

Waterman Alumnae Group
P.O. Box 8142
Ann Arbor, MI 48107-8142