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It’s hard to believe that [:number:] years have passed since you left Emory. If you have not been back to “the Quad” lately, you will notice the campus retains the same beauty and charm that you remember even in the midst of exciting changes. Construction is underway and will be complete in the summer of 2007 on a new residence hall next to Dobbs Center—the first installment of a planned “freshman village” for the University’s first-year students. A new Sorority Village has been constructed and re-located behind the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity house. Beautiful landscaping can be found at every turn. And the Bell Tower continues to stand as a beacon on the skyline. We invite you to explore all of what makes up today’s Emory University.

Make a Gift by PhoneWe hope that your upcoming reunion will bring back great memories of discovering the talents that helped shape your future. It takes a tremendous amount of resources and support from alumni to provide the Emory experience to current and future students. We hope that as you anticipate your reunion, you will consider supporting today's Emory students as they discover their gifts and pursue their dreams.

Make a Gift by MailReunions provide a special opportunity for alumni to join together with members of their class to make a collective and significant contribution to the Emory Annual Fund in honor of their graduation. Any gift made during the fiscal year to any area of the university will count toward your [:class:] Reunion Class Gift. Show your Emory pride by supporting this tradition. It doesn’t matter how much you give, it matters THAT you give.

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815 Houston Mill Road, Atlanta, GA 30322
Phone 404.727.6200 Fax 404.727.8786
Emory Annual Fund website


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