Each year, thousands of Queen's graduates return to campus to reunite and celebrate with classmates. Whether it is their 5th or their 50th reunion, many classes take this opportunity to give thanks and pay tribute to Queen's by either launching or encouraging a renewed reunion class giving effort.
Class Giving is an outstanding example of the generosity of Queen's alumni around the world, and the results of your collective contribution are significant.
Annual class gifts support much-needed student bursaries and scholarships, library acquisitions, leading-edge technology, and other academic programs and projects that enable Queen's to deliver a first-rate academic experience and an exceptional learning environment to a diverse group of future leaders.
As you recall fond memories of your student days and reflect on your life after - and because of - Queen's, we hope you will be inspired to share your good fortune with current students and to model alumni giving to future graduates. What better way to mark this milestone!
To make a gift now, visit our secure online server, or contact your Faculty contact, listed below.
See also: Queen’s Appreciation Societies
By April 30, 2014 Book Value
|Ranking||Class Fund Name||Total|
|1||The Science 1948 1/2 Mature Student Entrance Bursary
|2||The Science 1959 Admission Award
|3||Commerce 1981 Entrance Scholarship||$764,101|
|4||The Science '51 Entrance Bursary||$756,807|
|5||The Science '56 Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
|6||The Science 1965 Entrance Award
|7||The Science '44 40th Year Fund
|8||The BCom 1980 Award
|9||The Science '68 Entrance Bursary in Applied Science
|10||The Commerce '48 Entrance Award
|11||The MBA 1981 Entrance Scholarship
|12||The Science 1957 Key Bursary
|13||The Arts '49 Principal Wallace Fellowship
|14||The Medicine 1962 Bursary
|15||The BCom '83 Endowment Fund
|16||The Mark Latham Memorial Award (class of Science 1983)
|17||The Science '54 Bursary
|18||The Science '61 Entrance Bursary
|19||The Science '47 Entrance Bursary
|20||The Science 1948 Award
Volunteer Committee Support
The keys to a successful class giving campaign are you AND a great committee!
You don't have to do it alone. Look to your classmates and ask for volunteers to sit on your Class Giving Committee. The more people you have engaged in the fundraising process, the easier it will be to get the rest of your class involved as donors.
Your Faculty contact is here to help you every step of the way!