How can you help make your undergraduate Reunion even better? Join a committee and volunteer to be a Class Ambassador!

WashU Reunion Class Event Ambassador (1st–45th)

Class Ambassadors help us reach as many classmates as possible and create excitement for WashU Reunion.

What do Class Ambassadors do? 

  • Contact 20–25 assigned classmates. Don’t worry! We’ll send you everything you need to invite your classmates to Reunion and become an ambassador, including a customized WashU Reunion Class Ambassador Guide with talking points. 
  • Keep up with and share Reunion news. Like our Reunion Facebook page, follow the Alumni Association on Twitter and Instagram, and read our monthly Reunion emails. Share news and updates on social media and via email! 
  • Make a Class Gift of any amount. Your gift to the school, program, or scholarship of your choice shows that you are committed to the university’s success, and it really does make a difference for today’s students. Any gift you make between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, automatically counts toward your Class Gift, and the total amount of a five-year pledge will be included!  
  • Attend Reunion and have a great time. Relax and enjoy your time with friends knowing your work is done! We do not ask Class Ambassadors to volunteer during Reunion. 
WashU Class Gift Committee (1st–45th)

Not all alumni are able to attend in-person Reunion events, but Class Gifts allow everyone to participate in the celebration. They also help ensure that current and future students continue to have an exceptional WashU experience. For Reunion 2022, only classes ending in “7” and “2” will form Class Gift Committees.

What do Class Gift Committee members do? 

  1. Connect with classmates and explain the importance of giving. We’ll provide all of the information you need about the Class Gift program and training and tools to easily reach your classmates. 
  2. Encourage classmates to get involved. It’s all about name recognition and power in numbers!
  3. Contribute any amount to your Class Gift. Your gift to the school, program, or scholarship of your choice shows that you are committed to the university’s success—and it really does make a difference for today’s students. Any gift you make between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, automatically counts toward your Class Gift, and the total amount of a five-year pledge will be included.
  4. Participate in conference calls. We’ll hold four conference calls throughout your Reunion year—there’s no need to live close to WashU!
50th Reunion Committee

Reunion Committee members help us reach as many alumni as possible and create excitement for Reunion. 

What do 50th Reunion Committee members do? 

  • Contact 20–25 assigned classmates to invite them to Reunion and explain the importance of Class Gifts. Don’t worry! We’ll send you everything you need, including a customized committee guide with talking points, a planning timeline, and information about the Class Gift Program. 
  • Encourage your classmates to get involved. It’s all about name recognition and power in numbers!
  • Keep up with and share WashU and Reunion news. Like and follow the Alumni Association on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram, and read our monthly Reunion emails. Share news and updates on your social media and via email! 
  • Participate in conference calls. We’ll hold four conference calls throughout your Reunion year—there’s no need to live close to WashU!
  • Make a Class Gift of any amount. Your gift to the school, program, or scholarship of your choice shows that you are committed to the university’s success, and it really does make a difference for today’s students. Any gift you make between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, automatically counts toward your Class Gift, and the total amount of a five-year pledge will be included!  
  • Attend Reunion and have a great time. Relax and enjoy your time with friends knowing your work is done! We do not ask committee members to volunteer during Reunion. 
Golden Bear Committee (55th–75th)

Golden Bear Committee members help us reach as many alumni as possible and create excitement for WashU Reunion at Commencement.

What do Golden Bear Committee members do? 

  • Contact 20–25 assigned classmates to invite them to Reunion and explain the importance of Class Gifts. Don’t worry! We’ll send you everything you need , including a customized committee guide with talking points, a planning timeline, and information about the Class Gift Program. 
  • Encourage your classmates to get involved. It’s all about name recognition and power in numbers!
  • Keep up with and share WashU and Reunion news. Like and follow the Alumni Association on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram, and read our monthly Reunion emails. Share news and updates on your social media and via email! 
  • Participate in conference calls. We’ll hold four conference calls throughout your Reunion year—there’s no need to live close to WashU!
  • Make a Class Gift of any amount. Your gift to the school, program, or scholarship of your choice shows that you are committed to the university’s success, and it really does make a difference for today’s students. Any gift you make between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, automatically counts toward your Class Gift, and the total amount of a five-year pledge will be included!  
  • Attend Reunion and have a great time. Relax and enjoy your time with friends knowing your work is done! We do not ask committee members to volunteer during Reunion. 

How do I sign up? 

Complete our WashU Reunion Volunteer Interest Form. A Reunion class liaison will be in touch soon!

Questions?