Class years ending in 8 and 3 are celebrating milestone class reunions at Homecoming.
You can help by volunteering to serve on your class reunion committee. Class reunion committees and volunteers will be crucial in the planning and success of the reunion. Volunteers will be asked to contact members of their class to encourage attendance at Homecoming and particpation in their class reunion giving efforts.
Want more information on how you can volunteer to be on your class reunion committee? Contact your class's staff member below!
5th Reunion, Class of 2008 - Colleen Cooper '08, Coordinator of Young Alumni and Student Engagement
10th Reunion, Class of 2003 - Jozi Snowberger '07, Associate Director of Annual Giving
15th Reunion, Class of 1998 - Rachael Hart, Coordinator of Annual Giving
20th Reunion, Class of 1993 - Rachael Hart, Coordinator of Annual Giving
25th Reunion, Class of 1988 - Jozi Snowberger '07, Associate Director of Annual Giving
30th Reunion, Class of 1983 - Maggie Byerly, Director of Annual Giving
35th Reunion, Class of 1978 - Sarah Graves '12, University Advancement Fellow
40th Reunion, Class of 1973 - Maggie Byerly, Director of Annual Giving
45th Reunion, Class of 1968 - Durice White '09, Assistant Director of Alumni Engagement
50th Reunion, Class of 1963 - Carolyn DeFrancesco, Director of Gift Planning
By actively volunteering with Elon, the university asks alumni leaders to remain connected and engaged with the university. Through this mutually-beneficial relationship, alumni leaders and volunteers fill critical roles…
…as a lifelong PARTNER with Elon, remaining connected and involved with the university as well as staying informed and knowledgeable on news and happenings about Elon.
…as a lifelong ADVOCATE, encouraging engagement with Elon among fellow graduates, facilitating internship and job opportunities for Elon students and alumni, and promoting Elon among prospective students and their families.
…as a lifelong INVESTOR, supporting Elon annually through charitable gifts in support of the university’s priorities, and investing in today’s students.