Cherish the memories of 50-Year Reunions

Last updated March 31, 2020

Due to increased COVID-19 (Coronavirus) activity and the rapidly evolving advisories, the university has made the difficult decision to cancel the 50-Year Reunion to be held this May. Instead, Emory will formally celebrate your reunion and the festivities of Corpus Cordis Aureum in 2021 alongside Commencement activities with the Class of 1971.  We are working diligently on additional ways for you to engage with the university throughout your year. Look for interesting things to come!

Questions: Contact Kevin Kell - kevin.david.kell@emory.edu

Giving in honor of your 50-Year Reunion

Why give?

Your 50-year reunion is not only a chance to celebrate lifelong friendships, recognize the accomplishments of classmates, and commemorate an important milestone in your life with Emory, but also marks an occasion to give back to your alma mater and support current and future generations of talented Emory students. Our alumni take the lead in philanthropy, supporting amazing students, brilliant faculty, and incredible research and programs. We hope you will continue this tradition and consider making a celebratory gift in honor of your 50-year reunion to an area of Emory personally meaningful to you.

Emory College

Emory College Fund for Excellence
Alumni and friends who invest in Emory College create extraordinary opportunities for students, enable faculty members to complete transformative research and create pioneering academic programs, build sustainable spaces outfitted with the latest technology, and keep Emory College progressing.


50-Year Reunion Scholarship
Previous celebrating classes created the 50-Year Reunion Scholarship so that each class marking this milestone can assist talented current and future Emory College students in obtaining an accessible and exemplary education. We hope you will carry on this spirit of philanthropy and support the scholarship, which is awarded annually to a student who meets the rigorous academic standards of Emory University. All gifts and pledges to the 50-year Reunion Scholarship are matched 1.5:1, meaning your support will be more than doubled and can make an even greater impact for students today.

Goizueta Business School

Goizueta Business School Fund for Excellence
Gifts to Goizueta’s Fund for Excellence help ensure the school remains competitive among the nation's leading business schools by helping us recruit the most promising students, attract and retain world-class faculty, broaden our research centers and capabilities and implement innovative curricula and programs.

How to give

If you would like to make a gift in honor of your 50-year reunion, please visit engage.emory.edu/give.

For questions and additional information, please contact Kate Lawlor at kate.lawlor@emory.edu or 404.712.0464.