2015 Alumni Reunion Class Gift
A reunion is a wonderful time to remember and reconnect - and have a great time doing it. Another meaningful way to honor your time at USF School of Law is through a Reunion Class Gift.
In the years since you graduated, you have been making your mark. Your legal education at USF helped shape the way you think. More than that, your USF experience awarded you opportunities that simply would not have been possible without your legal training, whether in the practice of law or on another chosen career path.
In addition to reconnecting with friends and peers, you also have the opportunity to support current law students with a donation to the school. For the classes of 1969 and 2009, you can give towards your specific class endowed scholarships. For all others celebrating a reunion year, you can make a donation to the USF Law Assembly Fund. Giving to the Law Assembly is a time-honored tradition, one that supports today's law students and builds on the legacy of this storied institution. Your gift will help fund scholarships, law clinics, internships, loan repayment assistance, and moot court competitions. It's an investment in and an endorsement of students who are now following in your footsteps.
We hope you will join with your classmates and take this opportunity to contribute to your class gift and connect with our future – the students of the USF School of Law.
If you have any questions, please call the USF School of Law Office of Development and Alumni Relations at (415) 422-4785 or firstname.lastname@example.org.