SMU hopes its reunion-year alumni will both come back to the Hilltop this fall and give back to their alma mater as part of SMU's Centennial Celebration this year. Each class aims to inspire as many classmates as possible to make a gift of any size to any area of SMU before Homecoming weekend. Visit this site to see progress, view donor lists and celebrate as classes reach (and exceed) their goals.
|Class Year||Number of donors*||Percentage||Number donors for goal||Number of donors to go*|
|Class of 1968||48||6.6%||256 (35%)||208|
|Class of 1973||31||3.0%||306 (30%)||275|
|Class of 1978||50||5.2%||267 (30%)||239|
|Class of 1983||31||2.8%||289 (30%)||307|
|Class of 1988||28||2.4%||338 (30%)||328|
|Class of 1993||40||3.3%||356 (30%)||323|
|Class of 1998||29||2.6%||363 (30%)||309|
|Class of 2003||26||2.1%||303 (25%)||277|
|Class of 2008||29||2.2%||Goal TBD||359|
* Gifts from classmates made between January 1 and December 31, 23.6%013 will
included in these numbers.
The annual giving rate is a significant part of the formula used to determine ranking in publications such as U.S. News & World Report. A high ranking helps SMU attract the best and brightest students and faculty, thus increasing the prestige of this great University.
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Centennial with a gift to SMU. View
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