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Alumni, Parent, and Family Relations

50-Year Reunion

An important milestone is coming up for you: five decades since you donned your cap and gown and participated in Ivy Cutting. Now we invite you to come back to campus as our honored guest.

Classes of 1970, 1971, and 1972 50-Year Reunion

Saturday, August 27, 2022
5 p.m.
Upper Gwinn Commons, SPU Campus

Let's do this!

After so much time away, we can’t wait to host you and your classmates on campus. Come early for campus tours, then gather for a delicious dinner with old friends and new. You’ll receive your Founder’s Circle pin and certificate in a special ceremony, and then laugh your way through shared memories of your time at SPC.

Questions? Call 206-281-2586.

Though our reunion will not coincide with Commencement activities this year, 50 seats of honor have been reserved for Classes of 1970-1972 alumni at Ivy Cutting on Saturday, June 11, 2022, 3 p.m., in Tiffany Loop. Please register by June 1 (first come, first served).

If you are unable to attend, we’d still love your updates for the memory book.

Honor Your 50-Year Reunion

Your 50-Year Reunion is a proud milestone, and because it’s one of a kind, please consider making a gift to SPU in tribute. You can honor your class and the alma mater you love in a special way by making a reunion year donation today. When you do, you demonstrate how much you value the education you received at Seattle Pacific University. Boost your reunion class giving rate during your reunion year. Thank you for helping our students realize their dreams of a quality Christian higher education.

Seattle Pacific University, Engaging the Culture, Changing the World

The Office of Alumni, Parent, and Family Relations
Walls Advancement Center
206-281-ALUM (206-281-2586)


Open weekdays, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Visitors welcome!

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