Reunion Weekend brings thousands of alumni to campus, reconnecting them with old friends as well as the life and mission of Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt depends on alumni volunteers for this success. You know best how to rally your classmates to return to campus, and how to ask them to join you in making a contribution to Vanderbilt. As a Reunion volunteer, you will participate in a multi-million dollar fundraising effort, serve as the frontline for communications with your classmates, and your personal connections will help make each Reunion meaningful.
Vanderbilt Reunions connect alumni with old friends as well as Vanderbilt's institutional goals and priorities.
Biggest reason to come back?
Encouragement from friends
Most important event?
The class party
3,325 alumni attended Reunion 2014
Who makes this happen?
546 Reunion volunteers in 2014
But it's not just a party. You encourage your classmates to honor their time at Vanderbilt through financial giving to help ensure Vanderbilt an even brighter future.
85.5% of Reunion volunteers made a Reunion gift
$21,145,039 overall giving
Reunion giving supports programs like:
- Undergraduate Schools
- National Commodore Club
- Undergraduate Experience
- Opportunity Vanderbilt
- Graduate Schools
- and many more
(Reunion alumni give back to the area most meaningful to them)
Reunion is the largest gathering of Vanderbilt alumni and a tremendous source of giving. As a Reunion volunteer, you make this great collection of people and activity a meaningful experience by dedicating your time and sharing the insights of your class's Vanderbilt experience.