Reunions are a wonderful opportunity to reconnect with classmates and celebrate your time at Smith School of Business. Increasingly, classes are celebrating their milestone reunions by campaigning for a class gift. Class Giving Campaigns are a powerful way to collectively give back to Smith School of Business in recognition of a milestone anniversary of your graduation and to create a legacy for your class.

Without the generous support from alumni like you, many of our programs, scholarships, and upgrades would not be possible. We would like to thank all of you who have participated in your class campaigns and who are continuing to support your class initiatives throughout the years. We look forward to sharing the difference your donations are making on the School.

On behalf of the students, staff and faculty who have benefited from your support, Thank you!   

Featured Giving Opportunities

In celebration of their 40th reunion the Commerce Class of 1979 is establishing the Commerce '79 Bursary in support of student financial assistance. (Learn More)
In celebration of their 40th reunion the Commerce Class of 1979 is establishing the Commerce '79 Bursary in support of student financial assistance. (Learn More)
In commemoration of their 25th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1994 is working to grow their class fund - the BCom’94 Bursary. (Learn More)
In commemoration of their 25th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1994 is working to grow their class fund - the BCom’94 Bursary. (Learn More)
For their 5th reunion, the Commerce Class of 2014 is supporting student health and wellness initiatives at Smith School of Business. (Learn More)
For their 5th reunion, the Commerce Class of 2014 is supporting student health and wellness initiatives at Smith School of Business. (Learn More)
The MBA Class of 2014 has decided to continue the tradition by supporting the Legacy Fund for their 5th reunion class campaign. (Learn More)
The MBA Class of 2014 has decided to continue the tradition by supporting the Legacy Fund for their 5th reunion class campaign. (Learn More)