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Virtual Alumni Reunion 2021

Updates about Virtual ALUMNI REUNION WEEK 2021

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DePauw University is built on traditions and Alumni Reunion Weekend is one of our favorites. Nothing compares to the annual celebration of friendships and lasting connections that defined our time at DePauw. With this information in mind, we have decided to shift to virtual programming for our event this June.

This year has certainly presented challenges for all of us, but the DePauw spirit remains resilient. We are grateful for the many ways the alumni community has come together to support our students and one another.

 

DePauw University Virtual ALUMNI REUNION 2021 | SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Schedule of events and online registration 

We are excited to offer a variety of online programming for our alumni and friends from June 6 - 13, 2021. Highlights include campus tours, interactive demonstrations and games, class happy hours and so much more! 

Registration is now available

 

Connecting to our virtual programming. While we will be utilizing a number of delivery methods for our virtual reunion programming, one of the main elements will be Zoom. We encourage our alumni who plan on participating to prepare ahead of time to ensure they have downloaded the most recent version of Zoom found here.

To update, please follow the on-screen prompts. While many of you will request to download the first option (Zoom Client for Meetings), those engaging with us on their iPhone or iPad will select the Zoom Client Plugin for Sharing iPhone/iPad.

Supporting DePauw. If you have not contributed to your reunion class gift, it isn’t too late. Throughout the week of programming, we also will Go For The Gold with unique giving challenges that celebrate DePauw. These challenges can be found on the schedule below.

This year, we will introduce a new class giving award trophy to be permanently displayed on campus in the Robert G. Bottoms Center. Make a gift and help your class become a part of DePauw history!

Sunday, June 6, 2021

Class of 2020 Commencement | 10 a.m. (EDT)

Join us via our live stream as we congratulate and celebrate the young alumni of the Class of 2020 as they participate in their in-person Commencement. The live stream for this event is available here.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: $20 for '20

Join the challenge $20 for 2020 — Celebrate the class of 2020 with a gift of $20 in their honor as they gather for their delayed commencement.

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes East College and the columns of the Minshall Lab!

Monday, June 7, 2021

Virtual Campus Tour | 10:30 a.m. (EDT)

While we cannot be together on campus in the ways that we hoped, we would like to bring a little slice of campus to you! Tune in for a virtual campus tour to see some of DePauw's unique highlights and enjoy the beauty of the campus. 

Did you miss the premiere? You can access the video here.

Lunch and learn featuring Elizabeth Eckert '99 on estate and planned giving | 12 p.m. (EDT)

EckertJoin us as we hear from alumna Elizabeth Eckert on understanding your goals and comprehensive planning for your future.

For over 20 years, Elizabeth has helped guide families and individuals through their financial journey. By putting her clients first and sincerely caring about their future, she has developed a successful practice dedicated to building and enhancing long-term relationships to help families and individuals succeed. One of her objectives is to deliver customized programs designed to preserve and grow wealth, and simplify their lives so they can focus on the people and passions that mean most to them. 

Elizabeth utilizes a comprehensive wealth management process to develop actionable plans tailored to individual situations. She likes analyzing her clients’ problems and engaging Morgan Stanley’s vast resources to find solutions. The firm’s modern wealth management analytics and risk management tools are used to formulate customized strategies. To ensure clients are comfortable with her approach, Elizabeth takes the necessary time to educate and explain their program’s details.

Helping women discover financial independence is one of Elizabeth’s passions. For years she has not only counseled her clients but helped them prepare for life’s anticipated and unexpected moments. Join us for this virtual alumni program and walk away with some knowledge to plan for your future.

Alumni College featuring Prof. Sujung Kim | 2 p.m. (EDT)

Prof. KimIn her presentation, titled “What if I Can’t Die?: Death and the Afterlife in Buddhism” Sujung Kim will talk about how life and death are understood in Buddhism. Death, in a figurative way or not, is the biggest mystery of human beings. Unlike the Christian worldview, from the Buddhist perspective, life and death are two phases of a continuum. One can even say that Buddhists do not believe in death. In this presentation, Sujung Kim will challenge common misconceptions about Buddhism and invite the audience to think deeply and differently about what death and the afterlife can mean in our modern society.

Sujung Kim (Ph.D. Columbia University) is an associate professor of religious studies at DePauw University. While her research primarily centers on the premodern transcultural interactions between Japan and Korea, her interdisciplinary research interests also include Korean Buddhism and other East Asian religions. After the publication of her first book, Shinra Myojin and Buddhist Networks of the East Asian “Mediterranean” (University of Hawai‘i Press, 2019), she is currently working on her second book project, Korean Magical Medicine: Healing Talismans in Korean Buddhism in which she explores socio-cultural, religious, and medicinal roles talismans played in the life of ordinary people in pre-modern Korea. She has published numerous book chapters and articles both on Japanese and Korean Buddhism. She is the recipient of the first KABS (Korean Association of Buddhist Studies) Mujin Writing Award in 2020. Also, she has won a $70,000 research grant from the American Council of Learned Societies, funded by the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies in 2021.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Marvin's Monday

As we go behind the counter of our iconic late-night eatery, join us in celebrating all of the memories Marvin’s has delivered over the years. Make a gift and share your favorite DePauw stories.

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes historic Gobin Church and the obelisk-style moment that you can see in Holton Quadrangle.

At home with Marvin's: the legend and the legendary GCB | 7 p.m. (EDT)

Take a virtual trip to Marvin's and learn how to make your own GCB in the comfort of your own home!

Did you miss the premiere? You can access the video here.

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Lunch and learn featuring Terry Cowdry and Jacqueline Bauer from Admission and Enrollment | 12 p.m. (EDT)

Tune in to hear updates from our Admission and Enrollment team on the incoming class as well as learn about the variety of ways that our alumni can support our admission efforts.

Alumni College featuring Nipun Chopra '06 | 2 p.m. (EDT)

Prof. ChopraNipun Chopra is a 2006 graduate of DePauw, where he majored in Biology. During his time at DePauw, Nipun was a captain of the Track & Field team and a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. After serving as a graduate assistant for Track and Field for two years, Nipun pursued his doctoral training at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis. During his graduate training, Nipun identified a small molecule that regulates the expression of three different key proteins involved in the pathology of Alzheimer's disease.

During his post-doctoral training, studied brain inflammation resulting from traumatic brain injuries. Nipun is currently an assistant professor of Biology at DePauw University. His current research interest combines his love for sports and neuroscience, and so he focuses on mechanisms of sports-related traumatic brain injuries. Along with his research at DePauw, he is also a scientific advisor at a startup company developing a new method of detecting TBIs in athletes.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Give where it means most

Make a gift to support any DePauw department, program, center, or athletic team.

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes a look at the arts: Emison Galleries, Peeler Art Center, and the Green Center for the Performing Arts.

Introduction to the Greek Community Board & Alumni Engagement Opportunities | 7:30 p.m. (EDT)

DPU GCBJoin alumni volunteer and president of the Greek Community Board (GCB), Kristin Himsel and Director of Fraternity & Sorority Life Office (FSLO), Frae Binder, for an introduction to an active and growing alumni network and overview of current collaborations with the FSLO in support of the fraternity and sorority experience at DePauw.

Learn how affiliated alumni can get involved in support of individual chapters, student leaders and councils, and the broader fraternity and sorority community.

Virtual Reunion for Phi Kappa Psi Alumni: Updates from the Rockpile | 8:30 p.m. (EDT)

Phi PsiWe welcome any interested alumni to join us for some chapter and fraternity updates from alumni advisors and house corporation leaders.

This virtual gathering will include a short presentation and Q&A with volunteer leaders. Details on how to join will be shared with Phi Kappa Psi alumni via email. 

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Lunch and learn featuring the Hubbard Center: Your Career Connection for Life | 12 p.m. (EDT)

Join us and members of The Kathryn F. Hubbard Center for Student Engagement to learn about how their work helps our students and alumni discover and develop life goals by connecting your academic experiences to off-campus study, internships, and career development opportunities. Additionally, we invite our alumni to explore the various ways that they can help in supporting students while they form network connections, navigate various industries, and engage areas from mentoring to programming. 

University update featuring Dr. Lori S. White, DePauw President | 7 p.m. (EDT)

Dr. White

Join Dr. Lori S. White as she reflects on her first year as DePauw's 21st president and provides updates on campus planning and initiatives.

Dr. White has spent 30 years working in higher education. Prior to her arrival at Washington University, she served as the Vice President for Student Affairs and clinical professor of education at Southern Methodist University and has also worked at the University of Southern California, Stanford, Georgetown, and San Diego State Universities, and the University of California, Irvine.

Alumni will have the opportunity to share questions they have with the President and hear exciting updates as we prepare for the upcoming fall semester.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Wednesday Tiger Walk

Recognize your favorite professor with a gift of any size. On this day, Burkhardt Walk will feature these names on tiger paws. Watch for the video reveal of each honoree.   

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes a look at the Nature Park and the Ullem Center for Sustainability and Campus Farm.

Alumni College featuring Jon Fortt '98 | 8:30 p.m. (EDT)

Jon ForttJoin us alongside Jon Fortt '98 as we explore his work and his course, The Black Experience in America. Jon Fortt is co-anchor of CNBC’s “TechCheck” (M-F, 11AM-12PM ET). He joined CNBC as technology correspondent in July 2010, working from CNBC’s Silicon Valley bureau where he covered the companies, start-ups, and trends that are driving innovation in the industry.

In 2016 he created the Fortt Knox digital brand, which began as a podcast and developed into a video interview show featuring leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators in tech and beyond. Guests have included Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, Dell CEO Michael Dell, AMD CEO Lisa Su, Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps, Musician Q-Tip and more.

Jon came to CNBC from Fortune magazine, where as a senior writer he covered both large technology companies — such as Cisco, Hewlett-Packard, and Microsoft — and trends, including cloud computing and the smartphone revolution. Before joining Fortune in 2007, he was a senior editor at Business 2.0 magazine where he produced the “What Works” section. Jon graduated from DePauw University as a Media Fellow, with a B.A. in English.

While Jon is not a professional educator, he loves education and considers himself a lifelong learner. He began teaching Sunday School classes after college and continued engaging with middle and high-school students in Kentucky, California, and New Jersey.

His mother, Annette Fortt, is an artist and art educator who had a distinguished career in K-12 schools. His wife Gina Chung Fortt is also an educator and trained reading specialist. Both offered valuable feedback on his development of the Black Experience in America course.

Thursday, June 10, 2021

Lunch and learn featuring the Hubbard Center: Your Career Connection for Life for GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Alumni | 12 p.m. (EDT)

Join us and members of The Kathryn F. Hubbard Center for Student Engagement to learn about how their work helps our students and alumni discover and develop life goals by connecting your academic experiences to off-campus study, internships, and career development opportunities. Additionally, we invite our alumni to explore the various ways that they can help in supporting students while they form network connections, navigate various industries, and engage areas from mentoring to programming. 

Alumni College featuring Prof. Alicia Suarez | 2 p.m. (EDT)

Prof. SuarezProfessor Alicia Suarez is the Otto L. Sonder Professor of Sociology and Anthropology as well as the Chair of the Sociology and Anthropology Department.

Her research has included studying illness experiences of people living with HCV (hepatitis C virus,) midwives working in "prohibition" states (whereby their profession was illegal,) and most recently, pregnancy and birthing while incarcerated at a state prison. Her teaching interests reflect these topics as well.

For this presentation, she will discuss her most recent publication, "I wish I could hold your hand: Inconsistent interactions between pregnant women and prison officers."

Too often the mental and physical health of people who are incarcerated, especially pregnant women, are never considered or discussed by policymakers and the public. However, prison health is public health.

Open discussion and a Q&A will follow this Alumni College presentation.

Affinity Alumni Association Happy Hour | 8 p.m. (EDT)

Did you know we are launching new affinity alumni associations? Zoom breakout rooms will be hosted for Black, Latinx, Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA), and LGBTQIA+ Alumni as well as our International Student Alumni Association (ISAA). Join one or even move among multiple rooms! This is just the beginning of upcoming gatherings, and everyone is welcome.

Virtual Reunion for Pi Beta Phi Alumnae | 8:30 p.m. (EDT)

We welcome any interested alumnae to join us for some chapter and fraternity updates from advisors and house corporation leaders.

This virtual gathering will allow alumnae to connect and converse. An invitation and details on how to join will be shared with Pi Beta Phi alumnae via email.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Decade Showdown

It’s a battle within the decade. Which class will have the most gifts in a single day?

  • 2016 vs 2011
  • 2006 vs 2001
  • 1996 vs 1991
  • 1986 vs 1981
  • 1976 vs 1971
  • 1966 vs 1961

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes the fan-favorite DePauw Tiger Paw cookies (and recipe information for you to make at home!) as well as downtown Greencastle.

Friday, June 11, 2021

Lunch and learn featuring DePauw University Archives | 12 p.m. (EDT)

DePauw ArchviesJoin us as we introduce you to Bethany Fiechter, Archivist, and some unique treasures (and stories!) of DePauw Archives.

Learn about some of our unique treasures and DePauw history as well as the work of DePauw Archives, which is to document the development and growth of DePauw University and the United Methodist Church in Indiana by: collecting primary and secondary resources pertaining to DePauw University and the United Methodist Church; preserving information about both institutions and their historic relationship to each other; and encouraging the use of the Archives and Special Collections resources by the DePauw; and United Methodist communities and other interested researchers.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Affinity Challenges

Make a gift and recognize the teams, Greek houses, programs, and groups that made your DePauw experience special. Will a fraternity or sorority take the top spot? Which team’s supporters will be champions? We will have head-to-head competitions all day long.

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes the Geosciences lab in the Percy L. Julian Science and Mathematics Center as well as the Greenhouse in the F. W. Olin Biological Sciences building.

1971Class of 1971 50th Reunion Event | 7 - 10 p.m. (EDT)

Calling all members of the Class of 1971! Tune in for an evening of virtual programming and join fellow classmates.

Programming includes: "DePauw through the years" hosted by Ken Owen '82, class speakers, and a cocktail hour. 

The Class of 1971 50th reunion committee looks forward to connecting with you! For more information on the Class of 1971, including committee information, reunion archives, and copies of The Mirage Yearbooks, please visit their class webpage by clicking here.  

1996Class of 1996 25th Reunion Event: Virtual Happy Hour | 7 p.m. (EDT)

Join classmates from 1996 to gather for a virtual happy hour, hosted by the Class of 1996 steering committee and the Office of Alumni Engagement.

Reminisce, reconnect, and share stories with members of the Class of 1996. 

For more information on the Class of 1996, including committee information, reunion archives, and copies of The Mirage Yearbooks, please visit their class webpage by clicking here.  

Classes of 1985 and 1986 virtual gathering | 7 p.m. (EDT)

Login and join in with members of the Classes of 1985 and 1986 for a virtual gathering and happy hour!

Saturday, June 12, 2021

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Class Reunion Announcements

Which reunion class will be the first to win the new giving award permanently displayed on campus? 

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes the McKim Observatory and the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics.

Virtual set featuring Living Proof | 8:30 p.m. (EDT)

Living ProofLiving Proof is a premiere wedding and party band that has opened for legendary acts, including Morris Day & The Time, Earth Wind & Fire, KC & The Sunshine Band, and Chicago. The band was voted Indy's best cover band by NUVO ​and was a featured act in the 2012 Super Bowl Village.

DePauw welcomed Living Proof to campus for Alumni Reunion Weekend 2019, and we are thrilled that they will be joining us for this unforgettable virtual set!

Sunday, June 13, 2021

#GOLDSweat workout | On-your-own, anytime!

Join us for 37 minutes of pure #GOLDsweat while also celebrating our 1837 founding year! Do your favorite workout for 37 minutes, take a selfie, and post on social media using the hashtag #GOLDSweat. Don't have social media? Email your selfie to alumnioffice@depauw.edu for an opportunity to be spotlighted.

Social Media Spotlight | All-day

Hop over to our alumni social media pages to see what surprises we have waiting for you! Today's feature includes our newest residence hall and the Robert G. Bottoms Alumni and Development Center.

Annual Giving Challenge Spotlight: Senior Gift Drive Challenge

Compete against your own class's Senior Gift Drive participation rate and show that your commitment to DePauw is as strong today as it was when you were a student!

Alumni remembrance event | 11 a.m. (EDT)

Alumni GatesDePauw is a place, but DePauw is also defined by the people who significantly, positively impacted our four years and the relationships that continue to endure.

Join us with Rev. Dr. Maureen Knudsen Langdoc, University Chaplain and Associate Dean, as she offers some reflections and intentional moments for us to remember those alumni who are no longer with us. 

Hambone's Online trivia hosted by Hambone's | 7 p.m. (EDT)

Join us for a virtual trivia event featuring Hambone's Trivia. You haven't played trivia until you've played Hambone's! Hambone’s creates entertaining, immersive, experiential games that require reason, not just recall- so everyone can play, no matter your level of trivia knowledge.

Hambone's Trivia tests your knowledge in entertainment, music, sports, geography, science, and history. Their signature game includes fan favorites like the picture round and 'wagering with confidence' round.  

Last updated: 6/8/2021

 

Alumni Reunion Weekend 2021 | Milestone reunions

Please explore class-specific webpages below as we recognize the following classes on their reunion year celebration. Class webpages will continue to be updated as more information, communication, and details become available. We hope you will take the time to connect with your class and re-connect with DePauw!

ALUMNI REUNION WEEKEND Frequently Asked Questions

Is DePauw hosting an Alumni Reunion Weekend this year?

Yes, though the format will be fully virtual. We are planning a week-long set of engaging online events and programs in place of our typical in-person sessions.

Development and Alumni Engagement, along with our university and community partners, has been closely monitoring the changing COVID-19 situation in Indiana. While there is hopeful news around the COVID-19 vaccine delivery, we would still need to host an event that is fully aligned with health and safety practices and recommendations outlined for our campus community. Because we would not be able to host a reunion weekend in the ways our alumni expect, we made the decision to postpone our in-person reunion celebrations until summer 2022. This decision helps to ensure the safety of all our alumni, guests, and community and also centers our work and planning around a safe commencement for our graduating seniors at a critical time in their DePauw journey.

Simply put, the reunion weekend that we would need to host would not live up to the expectations of our alumni. We look forward to welcoming alumni back to campus when we are able to provide the ARW experience our Tiger alumni know and love, and that fully recognizes our individual and collective DePauw memories and contributions.

2021 virtual events will take place June 6 - 13, 2021 and a full schedule of events will be available here in the coming weeks and will be updated frequently.

 

Why is DePauw making the decision to postpone the in-person elements of ARW now?

Like everyone, we have been hopeful that the COVID-19 pandemic would have been a concern of the past. We are still finding hope in the news and information coming out regarding vaccine delivery. As we analyzed local and state data, it became clear that we would not be able to host an in-person event in the ways we and our alumni would expect. By making the decision now, we believe we have time to prepare engaging virtual content to celebrate our reunion classes and our alumni community as a whole.

 

How will Annual Reunion Weekend 2021 be different from reunions of the past?

Select virtual programs will be made available for our alumni to view at their convenience and additional programming will be streamed live. The DePauw Office of Alumni Engagement has also created a robust schedule of virtual programs for all alumni, including panel discussions, virtual alumni classes, and networking events. We hope you will join us for many of the virtual programs available for DePauw alumni.

More information will be shared with alumni in the coming weeks and will be posted on our reunion page.

 

How will DePauw celebrate three years of reunion classes in 2022?

Planning concerning what summer 2022 will look like is already underway, and we will release specific information about the dates and schedule for Alumni Reunion Weekend 2022 in late summer 2021.

We are looking forward to and hopeful about welcoming back all alumni during the summer of 2022, while also designing unique programming to honor and recognize alumni achievements, including celebrating all of our 25th and 50th reunion classes whose in-person celebration was postponed. We will begin this planning process shortly and have announcements available later this summer.

This postponement is only a temporary delay of the amazing celebrations to come!

 

Will there be class-specific programming during this summer’s virtual event?

Yes, however, some individual reunion classes have already decided that they will not participate in ARW 2021 as a class. Those classes will not provide any class-specific programming during the reunion. Please visit your class reunion page and this page for details about specific plans for your reunion class. We welcome all of you to participate in any of our alumni offerings.

 

Can individual reunion classes or groups of classes schedule their own events?

Classes that want to plan events off-campus can do so, and we would be happy to assist in any communication needs those classes may have. We encourage classes to adhere to local health and safety guidelines.

Additionally, we are happy to support you in the ways you and your class would like to be engaged in our virtual programming this June. If you are not involved with your class planning at this time, please visit your class reunion webpage to get in contact with your reunion steering committee.

Our plan is to also announce future reunion weekend opportunities for the summer of 2022 that alumni and classes can participate in soon. Our hope is that we can host our alumni on-campus in the future in the ways that our alumni are accustomed to during the summer months.

 

Is DePauw’s campus open to the public for alumni to visit?

At this time, guests inside University-owned non-residential buildings are restricted to those conducting approved on-campus business. Guests are permitted in outdoor spaces on campus. Guests in outdoor spaces on the University campus may be asked to leave campus if exhibiting behaviors that are not in line with University policies.

 

Is DePauw still counting my donations towards my class giving total?

Yes! Although we know this is a unique year, your reunion year is the perfect time to acknowledge what DePauw means to you - the liberal arts education you received, the opportunities it provided, and the friendships you made and that endure. We continue to use these funds to support current students at DePauw, which makes giving this year all the more important. To make a gift in honor of your reunion, please call the Office of Annual Giving at (765) 658-4085 or make a gift online at depauw.edu/give. Be sure to include your graduation year so we can include your gift in the class giving total.

 

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February 2021

Dear DePauw Alumni,

Given the continuing challenges posed by Covid-19, I am saddened to share that DePauw will not hold Alumni Reunion Weekend on campus in June 2021.

This news likely does not come as a surprise, considering the ongoing health and safety concerns and restrictions surrounding group gatherings. Still, I recognize how disappointing this news is for those eager to reconnect in Greencastle. We have had many heartfelt conversations with reunion committee members and alumni celebrants, all of whom are eager to be together to celebrate lifelong friendships and wonderful DePauw milestones, but who also recognize and express concern that it’s not yet safe or feasible to do so in person. That time will come. We can see the light at the end of the tunnel. We just need to hang in there a bit longer. I, along with all my DePauw colleagues, will dearly miss the annual boost of joy, energy, and enthusiasm alumni bring to campus.

While we were hoping to bring two sets of Reunion cohorts (’0s, ’5s, ’1s, and ’6s) together on campus this June to celebrate, we instead plan to offer a full slate of programming online from Sunday, June 6 to Sunday, June 13, 2021.

Alumni Reunion Weekend is a special time to come together and reconnect with each other and campus. We want to acknowledge the tremendous work our reunion volunteers have done this past year to organize and communicate with their classmates, plan programming, and encourage participation in class giving. We are working through logistics and scheduling options to celebrate these reunions on campus in 2022, and we will communicate new plans as soon as they are available.

We have put together a FAQ resource (above) that we hope will address many of your questions and concerns; if not, please reach out to us. 

We cannot wait to be together with you again to celebrate you, this occasion, your hard work and planning, and your lifelong friendships forged at DePauw. We hope you and your loved ones are well.

Leslie Williams Smith '03
Executive Director
Office of Alumni Engagement

 

Class & Reunion Programs, Giving

Class and Reunion Programs

DePauw's class and reunion programs provide an opportunity to broaden the spirit of loyalty and friendship by expanding alumni engagement in the life and mission of the University. Alumni Reunion Weekend is held each summer to welcome our alumni, their families, and friends back to campus or virtually re-connecting, recognizing alumni achievement, and celebrating DePauw.

REUNION GIVING

What better time for you to be involved in giving back to DePauw? When you give to The Fund for DePauw in your reunion year, you’re making a larger impression with your gift. Imagine the impact your class can collectively make for current DePauw students.