Alumni Reunion Gifts: Setting New Records Again

Eight of the 14 reunion classes that presented their checks to the University on Alumni Day 2000 set new records for their respective reunion years, according to Andrew J. Condon of the Penn Fund-and many designated all or part of their contributions to the endowment of scholarships. This year's gifts and givers, with record-setters marked [*], are:

Class Reunion Total Dollars Donors Project
1935 65th $116,436 67 Endowed Scholarship
1940 60th $331,915 151 Endowed Scholarship
1945 55th $547,197 93 Endowed Scholarship
1950 * 50th $4,424,832 341 Endowed Scholarship
1955 * 45th $3,055,635 255 Endowed Scholarship
1960 40th $1,147,809 285 Civic House Endowment Support; Endowed Scholarship
1965 * 35th $7,552,376 259 Endowed Scholarship; Class of '65 Conference Room in College Hall
1970 30th $922,423 420 Endowed Scholarship; The Class of 1970 Computer Laboratory
1975 * 25th $4,200,726 440 Class of 1975 Memorial Tower Plaza/Class of 1975 Scholarship(s)
1980 20th $2,946,005 415 Unrestricted Funds
1985 * 15th $1,118,021 425 Unrestricted Funds
1990 * 10th $452,312 368 Unrestricted Funds
1995 * 5th $107,410 290 Endowed Scholarship
2000 * Seniors $41,141 544 Class of 2000 Walk--Perelman Quad


Almanac, Vol. 46, No. 34, May 30, 2000

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