Celebrate Your Reunion
During your reunion year, you will receive information regarding reunion festivities and requests to make a gift in honor of your class.
L to R: Marilyn Freehill Jancewicz '68, Marita Hoy Fenley '68, Carol Welch Matusak '68, Carol Anderson Kunze '68 with Caitlyn Workman, center, the first recipient of The Class of 1968 Scholarship for Study Abroad -- made possible in part through Reunion Class gifts.
During this special time, many alumnae/i choose to:
- Make a “stretch” or additional gift in honor of your class year,
- Share your giving and encourage your classmates to make a class gift,
- Issue a matching funds challenge to your classmates, or
- Choose this milestone as the ideal time to start giving back to Dominican.
When you make a gift to the university during your reunion year, your gift counts toward your class gift total . This includes the Fund for Dominican, President’s Circle, capital, endowment and your documented planned giving intentions.
Your support of Dominican will be celebrated at Alumnae/i Weekend and in our Honor Roll of Donors.
To learn more: