Sandra Croll has been an enthusiastic advocate of CMU and its libraries for more than 30 years.
Her special interest is with the Clarke Historical Library, for which she serves on its Board of Governors.
Sandra is a resourceful and persistent advocate of Clarke Library in northern Michigan and has lent valuable support to its visibility in that region. She is an influential promoter of the library and informal consultant on programs, fundraising, and collection- building related to northern Michigan.
She’s an active member of civic organizations and informal networks, and she has worked with a passion to connect the Clarke Historical Library to people and organizations that can benefit the library and CMU.
Sandra has brought her support to a very personal level by planning and hosting a dinner for 100 people and a reception for 120 to celebrate library milestones and events.
One of her nominators wrote: “Her engagement with the university, and commitment to its success, is palpable in virtually every contact and conversation with her. It would be difficult to find many people, alumni or otherwise, who have shown such interest and enterprise on behalf of the university.”