Alumni Reunion Weekend

Date & Time 
Fri, 07/20/2012 - 12:00 to Sun, 07/22/2012 - 12:00

  Come back home and celebrate with your class; 1947, 1952, 1956-57, 1962, 1967, 1972, 1976-78, 1982, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2002 and 2007!

Schedule of Events

Class of 2007

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing five years ago? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in Saga?  Deciding what to wear to Gaelstock?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 5-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 2007 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

The Class of 2007 Reunion Committee especially recommends donations to:

Jan Term Travel Scholarships: For many of us, studying abroad during Jan Term was a life-defining experience, and one which we will remember forever.  Let's make sure no Gael misses out on this experience due to lack of means!

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 2007 Giving as of 7/19/2012:

23 Gifts / 4.86% participation / $2,542

See who has already donated! / Check out the class giving comparison!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 5-year reunion!

Class of 2002

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 10 years ago? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in Saga?  Studying with friends in the library?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 10-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will increase by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 2002 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

The Class of 2002 Reunion Committee especially recommends gifts to:

The High Potential Program: Since 1973, this program has welcomed first-generation college students into higher education and provided the necessary mentorship and guidance to help these students succeed.  For more information about the HP program, please visit http://www.stmarys-ca.edu/academics/high-potential-program

The President’s Emergency Fund:  This Fund was established to provide timely financial relief to students who otherwise would be unable to continue their Saint Mary's education.

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 2002 Giving as of 7/19/12:

53 Gifts / 9.41% participation / $13,714

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 10-year reunion!

Class of 1997

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 15 years ago?
Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in Saga?  Making weekend plans to hit the Pub?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 15-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 1997 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

As members of the Class of 1997 Reunion Committee, we especially recommends gifts to:

Class of 1997 Endowed Scholarship Fund: We are proud to announce our goal to raise $50,000 for this lasting legacy at Saint Mary's College. Your one-time or multi-year gift can make a big difference for future Gaels... and preference to honorees will be given to relatives of The Class of 1997!

For more information about multi-year pledges, please contact your Reunion Giving Officer, Karrie Hagedorn at 925-631-8670 or kjh7@stmarys-ca.edu

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 1997 Giving as of 7/19/12:

44 Gifts / 8.41% participation / $59,716

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

What is an endowed scholarship?

Endowed funds are the cornerstone of the College's financial stability, providing program support funding that is not dependent upon enrollment, tuition or annual giving.

Endowed scholarship funds can be established with a minimum gift of $50,000, which are then invested for long-term growth, creating a permanent legacy benefiting Saint Mary's students. Each year a portion of the endowment fund's earnings, also known as the payout, is made available to finance student scholarships; the payout is usually between 4 and 5 percent of the fund's value at the beginning of the fiscal year.

In order to establish the Class of 1997 Endowment Scholarship, the class must raise a total of $50,000 in the next five years through one-time gifts and multi-year pledges. If the class does not raise the $50,000 needed to establish the fund, the scholarship would then be considered "quasi-endowed" and added to the College's unrestricted endowment.

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 15-year reunion!

Class of 1992

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 20 years ago? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in Saga?  Studying with friends in the library?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 20-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 1992 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

As members of the Class Reunion Committee, we especially recommend gifts to:

Class of ’92 Brother Mel Anderson, FSC Annual Scholarship:  This fund was created in honor of our beloved president and confidant who helped shape our Saint Mary’s experience and likely made a lasting impact on each of our lives.  The funds from this scholarship will be awarded each year to a student with financial need who is in good academic standing.

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 1992 Giving as of 7/19/12:

30 Gifts / 5.89% participation / $21,974

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 20-year reunion!

Class of 1987

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 25 years ago today? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in Saga?  Heading to football practice? Making weekend plans to hit the Pub?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 25-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 1987 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 1987 Giving as of 7/19/12:

46 Gifts / 11.17% participation / $227,739

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 25-year reunion!

Class of 1982

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 30 years ago today? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in Saga?  Heading to football practice? Making weekend plans to hit the Pub?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 30-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 1982 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

The Class of 1982 Reunion Committee especially recommends gifts to the new Athletics and Recreational Corridor.

The new Athletics and Recreational Corridor is a very important and long overdue project, which will enrich the daily lives of students, provide much-needed meeting places for students living on campus, and attract top-tier prospective students and athletic recruits.  Of the 2,800+ undergrads at Saint Mary’s, over 1,700 students are involved with either intramural, recreational or NCAA Division I athletics. ARC will make a significant impact on the daily lives of these students and enable a greater number of students to participate in these social activities, which leave lasting memories and imprints on their lives.

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

For information about multi-year pledges, please contact your Reunion Giving Officer, Karrie Hagedorn at 925-631-8670 or kjh7@stmarys-ca.edu

Class of 1982 Giving as of 7/19/12:

58 Gifts / 16.86% participation / $562,728

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 30-year reunion!

Classes of 1976-78

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 35 years ago? Were you... Racing to class?  Studying with friends in the library?  Sneaking into the Catacombs? No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 35-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Join us for a special class of '76-'78 event: Casino Night!

Friday, July 20, 2012
Relive one of the BEST memories from your college year at this Class of '76, '77 and '78 exclusive event.  Casino games, cocktails, heavy hors d'oeuvres and great company make this the perfect way to kick-off to an amazing weekend.

Cost: $25/person
RSVP on the Reunion RSVP page
Dress is cocktail/semi-formal attire

Participate in the Class Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

Your Reunion Committee especially recommends gifts to:

The New Library and Learning Commons
By expanding and adapting the library’s space and collections, improving individual and collaborative study space and acoustics and enhancing support for student and faculty researchers, today’s students will have the space and resources required for a 21st-century educational experience.

One of your classmates has issued a challenge by offering to match 2-to-1 any and all gifts made by members of the Classes of ’76, ’77, and ’78 to the Library and Learning Commons building project up to $1,000,000.  This challenge has been made in honor of two beloved individuals: Father Patrick LaBelle ’61 and Brother Patrick Moore, FSC ’62.

The Family Endowed Scholarship
Established by various classmates from the Classes of ’76, ’77, and ’78, this endowed scholarship is awarded to upper-division students who have demonstrated leadership in the promotion of student social activities.

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class Giving as of 7/19/12:

1976: 26 Gifts / 13.40% participation / $12,300

1977: 41 Gifts / 19.43 % participation / $224,993

1978: 39 Gifts / 15% participation / $42,852

See who has already donated! / See where our classes stand!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 35-year reunion!

Class of 1972

Do you remember what you were doing 40 years ago today? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in the cafeteria?  Heading to rugby practice? Making weekend plans to hit the Pub?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 40-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Participate in the Class of 1972 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

The Class of 1972 Reunion Committee especially recommends gifts to:

Class of 1972 Fund

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 1972 Giving as of 7/19/12:

45 Gifts / $45,973 / 19.57% participation

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 40-year reunion!

Class of 1967

We look forward to welcoming you back!

Do you remember what you were doing 45 years ago today? Were you... Racing to Seminar?  Grabbing lunch in the cafeteria?  Heading to rugby practice? Making weekend plans to hit the Pub?  No matter what you were doing, it's time to come back home and celebrate our 45-year Reunion!

RSVP now, see who's coming and encourage your friends to join you! Register by June 29 for early-bird pricing and save up to $30 per person! (All prices will go up by $5, including registration fee, select reunion events and on-campus housing.)

Join us for the Class of '67 Friday Evening "SEMINAR"!

Presented by GAELS67, Martinez Chapter

Ease into the Reunion Weekend with a casual, informal evening to rekindle, readjust or simply create classic memories.  Homer, Aristophanes and Dante will be replaced by Art Fluti, Ben Frankel, and Brothers Cassian and Arthur.  Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served.  Discussions will commence at 6:00 pm at 920 Harbor View Drive, Martinez California, 94553.

PLEASE RSVP: Ken Dothée
usbocce@pacbell.net, or
(925) 229-2157

Participate in the Class of 1967 Reunion Gift!

Your gift will go a long way in providing to current and future Gaels the same wonderful Saint Mary’s experience that we were so lucky to have had. Join in the tradition. Celebrate our past. Shape the future.

The Class of 1967 Reunion Committee especially recommends gifts to:

Class of 1967 Fund

Make your gift online to make an immediate difference: select Reunion 2012 Campaigns and the area of your choice.

Class of 1967 Giving as of 7/19/12:

37 Gifts / $46,403 / 20.33% participation

See who has already donated! / See where our class stands!

Why is Alumni Participation Important?

The collective support of alumni provides critical funding for student
scholarships and strengthens all aspects of the unique Saint Mary's educational experience. Alumni participation also affects both the College’s ability to receive grant support from foundations and corporations and is used to determine Saint Mary's' national rankings in publications such as Forbes and U.S. News and World Report.  Show your pride in SMC by making a gift in honor of our 45-year reunion!

Pages

Maps & Directories

Mailing Address

Saint Mary's College of California
1928 Saint Mary's Road
Moraga, CA 94575
(925) 631-4000
Google Map | Campus Map | PO Boxes