Class of 1964 donors
During our 50th reunion year, we ask you to support our class reunion
giving effort to demonstrate our appreciation for the University that gave us so
much. This year, our goal is to inspire 214 classmates to
make a gift! Every gift, every year matters, so please participate today.
Why Should I Give?
- The annual giving rate is a large part of
the formula to etermine ranking in publications such as U.S. News and
World Report. A high ranking helps SMU attract the best and brightest
students and faculty, thus increasing the prestige of this great
- Some foundations and other grant-making organizations look at the number of gifts rather than dollar amounts when determining grant requests.
Your gift could help SMU secure thousands of dollars in funding.
- An annual gift of any size each and
every year indicates an alumni’s vote of confidence and symbolizes their
inspired gratitude for their experience at SMU.
- When measuring alumni giving
participation, a $100 gift counts the same as a $1 million gift. Gifts
to any area of SMU count as reunion year gifts and are part of the
Second Century Campaign totals.
- Because SMU’s base of support is lower
than its’ peers, the Board of Trustees has set a goal of SMU’s
Centennial Campaign to focus on annual support. By 2015, SMU hopes 25%
of its alumni will consistently make annual gifts.
Join us in celebrating our reunion year with a gift to SMU. Help us reach our goal and show your SMU pride. View more information on why your gift makes a difference.
All gifts to SMU from June 1, 2014 – May 31, 2015 count toward our class goal!
If you have already made a gift this year, we thank you! Your participation