Reunion Giving

Giving back in honor of your reunion milestone

Ask any of the many Tepper School alumni who descend upon campus to attend Reunion Weekend each year and they will tell you of the fun, excitement, and joy at rekindling old relationships with their classmates. In addition to facilitating the reconnection of old friendships and the formation of new ones, reunion classes are encouraged to support the Tepper School Annual Fund in honor of their reunion milestone. Our reunion giving program capitalizes on the amazing impact found in the power of collective giving.

Making a reunion gift in recognition of your graduation year is a simple and easy way to show pride in being a Tepper School alum, and also generates friendly competition among the classes. Many alumni traditionally increase their support during reunion years. For some, it means becoming a first-time member of the W.L. Mellon Society ($1,000+ donors), while others come together with their class to raise $50,000+ for an endowed fund in recognition of a milestone reunion, such as the Class of 1963 Fellowship (50-year reunion) and the Class of 1989 Fellowship (25-year reunion).

2015 Reunion Giving Challenge

First of all, be sure to mark your calendars for the weekend of April 17–18, 2015, when the Tepper School will celebrate Reunion Weekend.

The 2015 Tepper School reunion giving challenge will run from July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2015 (the end of our fiscal year). We encourage reunion classes to give by April 1, 2015 so we can celebrate their giving during reunion weekend. All gifts and payments booked in FY15 and allocated to the Tepper School of Business from members of the Class of 2014 and those whose class numbers end in 0s or 5s will count toward this friendly contest. Encourage your classmates to rally together to raise the most dollars and secure the highest class participation.

Participate in the 2015 Reunion Giving Challenge by making your reunion gift online.

Give Today 

More information will be shared with reunion volunteers and classes as we near Reunion Weekend 2015.