Reunion is a Clarkson tradition for celebrating achievements as alumni reconnect to the campus, gather with friends and strengthen their pride in Clarkson. Part of the traditional celebration is a special Reunion Class Gift effort designed to mark achievements and affirm belief in the value of a Clarkson education.
Gifts made through a Class Reunion effort help students achieve their passion for a solid education and keep the University highly competitive and nationally recognized. Because many alumni increase their personal giving during a Reunion year, total gifts from Reunion classes make a significant difference for all Clarkson students.
Make a gift in honor of your class reunion. In order for your gift to count toward your class reunion, remember to complete your gift or pay your pledge by June 30, 2015! Did you know deferred gifts, such as a gift annuity or bequest may count toward your class reunion gift? To learn more about including Clarkson in your giving plans please click here.
During the weekend of July 9th - 12th, 2015, the following classes will celebrate a class Reunion on campus: 1965, 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2010. For the latest Reunion information, including a listing of volunteers working to make Reunion 2015 one to remember, visit the CU Online Community.