Reunions are milestones for our alumni and provide an opportunity to reflect on student experiences, reconnect with fellow Techers and the Institute, and celebrate your accomplishments since graduation.
The collective reunion year gifts made by alumni impact the academic journey of our current Techers, while also supporting all areas of campus—allowing Caltech to remain a leader in science, research, and discovery.
No matter what part of campus you give to or how much you donate, as undergraduate reunion alumni (Classes of 1949, 1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014), your gift is considered a reunion year gift if it is made between October 1, 2018 and September 30, 2019.
Alumni Reunion Weekend is May 16-19, 2019. Come back to celebrate this special milestone! Give back by making a special reunion year gift celebrating your Caltech experience. You can make a gift using our secure online giving page or by calling us at 626.395-6323. Learn about other ways to make your gift on our Ways to Give page.
Interested in seeing the contributions of your class grow? Sign up to be a Reunion Class Volunteer to encourage your classmates to make a special gift celebrating their reunion during this fiscal year. Reunion volunteering only takes a small amount of time but yields large results in providing essential support to Caltech. Contact us at CaltechFund@caltech.edu and a team member will be in touch to get you started.
*Giving totals updated as of 5.3.19
We look forward to celebrating with you! Join us the Friday of Reunion Weekend on the Athenaeum lawn for the Caltech Fund Party as we recognize, celebrate, and show our appreciation for you and your outstanding support. You’ll also get to meet the amazing members of the graduating class who will be joining for all your future reunions.
We encourage you to use the timing of your reunion to consider a special gift capable of a lasting impact, in celebration of this milestone year. Special reunion year giving opportunities are also organized by class volunteer committees who are interested in honoring the experiences of their class by the creation of an initiative.
All areas of campus are open as potential beneficiaries. Past initiatives have included collective gifts dedicated to areas such as undergraduate scholarships; graduate fellowships, student life, or climate science, just to name a few.
To learn more about any of these initiatives, please contact Peter Gilman at 626.395.3843.