The occasion of your Reunion provides an opportunity to reconnect, re-engage, and re-energize as a member of the Columbia Business School community. Reunion weekend is the ultimate opportunity to benefit from the School’s vast alumni network and we encourage everyone to consider becoming involved and making a personal contribution.
By joining your Reunion Committee, speaking on a Reunion panel, or attending the various programs throughout the weekend, Reunion offers something for everyone. While Reunion is about reconnecting with old friends and making new ones, it also facilitates ongoing learning opportunities, as you will hear from world-renowned faculty and fellow industry leaders. Last year, over 13 percent of Reunion attendees traveled to New York from 39 countries outside the United States, reflecting the School’s global community, and marketplace. By utilizing the various networking opportunities available, the School continues to showcase its most powerful asset and brand: its alumni.
Tradition Ensures Continued Success
Graduates of the School benefit firsthand from the tradition of generational giving, which helps provide alumni with education for a lifetime, build successful careers, and develop cutting-edge ideas that bridge theory and practice. Each of you is an important member of the School’s network and future graduates rely on your support and participation. Reunion gifts signify a vote of confidence in all Columbia Business School is doing to solidify its position in the global marketplace.
Every gift or pledge from the classes of 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, and 2012 to the School between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 will count as a Reunion 2013 donation.
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