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Reunion Class Gifts

Reunion class gifts are made by classes celebrating a reunion year. Classmates join together in support of Marylhurst's future by making a reunion class gift toward areas of need, such as student scholarships, library resources and the historical preservation of the beautiful Marylhurst campus.

Reunion Class Gift Competition 2013

A friendly reunion class gift competition is underway! The competition has two categories of recognition:

1. the class with the highest participation rate, and
2. the class that raises the largest amount of money

Competition updates will be shared during Reunion Weekend at the Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon and through the end of the year in our monthly enews. The winning class or classes with the highest participation rate and the largest gift will be announced in January 2014 here on the website, and will be featured in a special article in the 2014 winter/spring issue of Marylhurst Unlimited magazine.

Gifts can be sent to the advancement office, called in over the phone or made online.

The reunion class gift competition kicks into high gear during Reunion Weekend and continues until December 31.

To learn more about reunion class giving, contact the Office of University Development at 503.699.6251.

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