50th Reunion

We look forward to welcoming back alumni from the Class of 1969 to celebrate their Jubilarian Reunion during graduation weekend! All events throughout the weekend are complimentary. 

Please note: Online registration for the weekend has closed. If you have any questions, please email Jennifer Doherty at jdoherty@gonzaga.org.

Reunion Details

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  • Reunion Schedule

    Friday, May 31
    50th Reunion Dinner
    5:30 PM: Come in early for a tour of Gonzaga’s Campus and see what is new on Eye Street. Meet in the Carmody Center Foyer.
    6:30 PM: Gonzaga President Rev. Stephen Planning, SJ, will welcome the Class of '69 and their spouses and guests back to Eye Street with cocktails in Ruesch/Cantwell Hall and dinner in Upper Commons of Dooley Hall. Coat and tie/cocktail attire

    Saturday, June 1 
    Class Reception and Dinner
     Jim Payne and his wife, Christine, have graciously offered to host cocktails and dinner at their home.
    7 PM: Cocktails
    8 PM Dinner
    Business Casual
    Payne Residence
    2925 Glover Drive, NW
    Washington, DC 20016
    Sunday, June 2 
    Pre-Graduation Class Mass
    8:30 AM:  Gonzaga President Rev. Stephen Planning, SJ, will celebrate Mass on graduation morning for all members of the Class of 1969 and their spouse/guest in Our Lady’s Chapel. A pre-graduation continental breakfast will follow from 9:15–10:00 AM in the Upper Commons.

    Commencement Exercises
    10:15 AM: As is Gonzaga’s tradition, members of the Jubilarian Class will take part in the 198th graduation ceremony, leading the members of the Class of 2019 into St. Aloysius as part of the commencement exercises. The Class of 1969 will be recognized during the ceremony. Business attire with a splash of purple
    Reunion Class Photo
    12 PM: Following graduation, we will commemorate the weekend with a class photo with all members of the Jubilarian Class.
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    Washington, DC 20001
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