Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
- Who can enroll?
Only verified Upper Merion High School
Alumni may enroll.
You are an alumni even if you left before graduating!
- Do I have to enroll?
No, but you will only have access to the
- Names of class mates (the
"Class List" - City & State - no other information).
- Class events and announcements (if
the information is available).
- Class contacts & the Reunion
Committee (if the information is available).
- How do I gain access to more information on
Enroll as an alumni for your
class. Complete as much "contact" information as possible,
include your e-mail address. We use that e-mail address to send you
a username and
The personal information you provide is kept
private. We do not / will not provide this information
outside of your class - according to your wishes. Because YOU will
also have access to
this information, you will be required to similarly respect the wishes of
your class mates.
IF SOMEONE OUTSIDE OF THE CLASS WANTS TO
CONTACT SOMEONE ON THE ALUMNI
LIST, YOU MUST FIRST CONTACT YOUR FELLOW ALUMNI TO SEE IF CONTACT IS
Once you enroll, you will receive your
username and password by e-mail... and you will
use those to access the Secure Listing of your class. Your own
information may not appear
on the lists for a day or two because all information is
manually input to avoid duplication and mistakes.
- How do I change or update my information?
Whether you've moved, changed ISPs and
e-mail, got married, etc. - the simplest way to
have your information updated is to "Enroll" again...
- What Now?
- What are these "Lists" - Class List, Secure
There are three distinct lists for each
class on the site:
List - A publicly open list of
your classes alumni - names, city, & state
- Secure List -
The public list, but also includes addresses, phone numbers, e-mails,
- Secure Excel - Available ( FREE
) only to Class contacts. The Secure List
in spreadsheet format - so that you can sort, print, or modify it to suit your needs.
- Special Web Site Notes:
- Information seems to be missing in the
Excel spreadsheets, particularly "Street" and "E-Mail'
This is the result of the conversion of
the database to the spreadsheet. All information is there. All
you have to do is widen each column to see the full information.
- Can I use Microsoft Works to open the
Yes. Microsoft Works can read the
information in the Excel spreadsheets.
- Bruce Koehler
UMHS Class of 1971