Your reunion. It’s a time to reminisce about your experience at Plymouth State. To reconnect with classmates, roommates, faculty, and friends. To reflect on how far you’ve come since you walked across the stage and received your degree. It’s also a time to reengage with your alma mater…to learn about where the University is headed and the role you can play in creating that future.
The world has changed since you graduated—5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50+ years ago. Plymouth State has changed, too, from a small teachers college to a comprehensive university that offers everything from our hallmark teacher preparation programs to online master’s degrees to a doctor of education. As much as Alumni Reunion Weekend is about reconnecting, reflecting, and reengaging, it’s also about giving back. Reunion and Class Giving programs provide essential annual financial support that makes a Plymouth State degree possible for students today and into the future.
To learn more about current Reunion and Class Giving efforts contact Rodney Ekstrom ’09G, director of alumni relations, at (603) 535-2217.
Plymouth State seniors have a long tradition of giving to Plymouth State—from the Class of 1957’s gift of a flagpole for “Silver Hall” to the Class of 2010’s gift to support student scholarships—and truly making a difference. Through their Class Gift, our graduating seniors show a commitment to their alma mater and the students who will soon follow in their footsteps.
For more information about current Senior Class Gift efforts, contact Sam Wisel ’12, annual fund coordinator, at (603) 535-2588.