Class years ending in 5 and 0 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 participation in their class reunion giving efforts.
Want more information on how you can volunteer to be on your class reunion committee? Visit your class reunion page by clicking the link in the giving/participation table below.
|Reunion Year||Participation Rate||TOTAL|
|Reunion Zero, Class of 2015||12%|
|5th Reunion, Class of 2010||7%||$12,636|
|10th Reunion, Class of 2005||4%||$133,130|
|15th Reunion, Class of 2000||4%||$10,829|
|20th Reunion, Class of 1995||5%||$21,656|
|25th Reunion, Class of 1990||2%||$4,133|
|30th Reunion, Class of 1985||6%||$16,506|
|35th Reunion, Class of 1980||5%||$7,577|
|40th Reunion, Class of 1975||9%||$39,435|
|45th Reunion, Class of 1970||7%||$362,085|
|50th Reunion, Class of 1965|
Elon's Golden Alumni
*Table reflects all gifts from 6/1/2014 to 11/4/2014
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.