Each year, the University of Delaware honors alumni celebrating milestone reunions, taking place every five years from graduation through the 50th reunion. Reunion celebrations offer a great way to reconnect and reminisce with classmates while also learning about how UD has evolved since your time on campus.

In a world where we often only see our classmates via social media, reunions allow us to catch up and reflect on all the memories from our time at UD.

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Fall Reunion Celebrations

Graduates of the Classes of 1971, 1976, 1981, 1986 and 1991 will celebrate reunions in October.  

Reunions consist of an event—in either a virtual format or in person when it is deemed safe—in addition to opportunities to connect with classmates throughout the year on social media. Ambassadors help make these connections for their class and also participate in the planning process for their celebrations. Interested in serving as a class reunion ambassador? Volunteer today!

A group of friends cleebrate their class reunion by posing for a photo in front of a stand and repeat.

Reunion Giving Challenge

This past fall, reunions were held virtually—bringing together Blue Hens from around the world. The events were not only a chance to reminisce about time at UD, but also an opportunity to support current students.

The 2020 Reunion Class Challenge, sponsored by the UDAA, encouraged alumni celebrating their reunions to support students through the Blue Hen Strong Fund.

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For every 100 alumni donors, the UDAA donated an additional $1,000

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406 alumni contributed $49,136

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$53,136 is the total contributions through the 2020 Reunion Class Challenge

 “I made a gift in honor of my reunion year because I want current students to know that alumni are here to support them either financially, as a mentor or with career advice. My teachers and fellow students have helped shape me to be the person that I am today, and this was an opportunity for me to give back to help fellow Blue Hens.”   --Galicano Inguito, AS85, BE02M

“I made a gift in honor of my reunion year because I want current students to know that alumni are here to support them either financially, as a mentor or with career advice. My teachers and fellow students have helped shape me to be the person that I am today, and this was an opportunity for me to give back to help fellow Blue Hens.” 

–Galicano Inguito, AS85, BE02M