Alumni Reunions Homecoming Week

          REUNITE with fellow Oregon Staters
          RECONNECT with your college, Greek Life and student clubs
          REMINISCE about your days at OSU during campus tours and at events

It’s time to come home to OSU for class reunion celebrations. The Class of 1972 will celebrate its 50th golden reunion, as will the Classes of 1970 and 1971 whose golden celebrations were impacted by the pandemic. All classes are welcome to join us. Members of the Class of 1962 are joining us for their 60th class reunion as well.

Register by Oct. 7. All events will be at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center on campus unless otherwise noted.
 

REGISTER 

 


Thursday, Oct. 13

  • 9 a.m. Coffee with Campus: a breakfast reception with campus representatives. Connect with your college, ask questions and hear updates on campus life today.
  • 10:30 a.m. A campus tour presentation with photos and stories, led by special guest tour guides and storytellers, Erin Haynes, '72, and Gene Compton Newburgh, '72. This event will be livestreamed for online viewing.
  • Noon Medallion Lunch: celebrate your 50th golden class reunion with a presentation from campus leaders, including OSU’s next president, Jayathi Y. Murthy (schedule allowing) and a keynote presentation by Dr. Erica Fleishman, OSU's new Director of the Oregon Climate Change Research Institute. During the lunch, classes of 1970, 1971 and 1972 will receive their Golden Jubilee medallion.
  • 1:30 p.m. Class photos – will be mailed to your home after the event.
  • 2 p.m. Alumni gatherings by interest/student clubs
    • Publications and communications groups and clubs
    • Academic honorary groups (Mortar Board, Blue Key, etc.)
    • Student government (ASOSU, MUPC, etc.)
    • Sports teams and clubs
    • Music groups (band, choirs, etc.)
  • 3:30 p.m. Campus walking tours focusing on Athletics facilities and the cultural centers. The tours are simultaneous and will also be available on Friday.
  • 6 p.m. Women's living group gatherings organized by fellow classmates. Gatherings will be at various locations in Corvallis and food and beverage will be available for purchase. A list of gatherings will be posted later in the summer. If you are interested in helping to organize a gathering, please let us know by emailing osualum@osualum.com


Friday, Oct. 14

  • 9 a.m. Campus walking tours focusing on Athletics facilities and the cultural centers (same as Thursday’s tours). Tours will begin at the CH2M HILL Alumni Center.
  • 10 a.m. Participate in campus-wide open houses and homecoming activities. More details will be released this summer.
  • 6 p.m. Men's living group gatherings organized by fellow classmates. Gatherings will be at various locations in Corvallis and food and beverage will be available for purchase. A list of gatherings will be posted later in the summer. If you are interested in helping to organize a gathering, please let us know by emailing osualum@osualum.com.


Saturday, Oct. 15: 1970s Decade Reunion Tailgate

Join the classes of 1970-79 for a reunion tailgate celebration at the Alumni Center before the game! The event will be free to attend and food and beverages will be available to purchase.

Purchase your football tickets online today.
Homecoming football game kickoff: TBD




Registration information

$85 per person for all reunion activities including the Homecoming reunion tailgate celebration. Meal options at the evening activities and the Homecoming tailgate are additional.  

Unable to attend in person? Join us online for the free alumni-led campus tour presentation livestream Thursday, Oct. 13 at 10:30 a.m. Continue with registration to select this free option.  

Register by Oct. 7, 2022.

Do you have ideas on how to make your reunion a success? Email osualum@osualum.com with suggestions and/or volunteer to be on a planning committee.

Photos and videos from reunion events may be used in Oregon State University promotional materials. By attending this event, you consent to have your photo taken and appear in videos and allow use of these photographs and videos by OSU, the Foundation or the Alumni Association for promotional purposes. Homecoming and reunion activities are subject to OSU and local public health guidelines and may change as we monitor local COVID-19 protocols.

 

Join your class in making a gift toward the future of OSU

Contributing to your class gift helps current and future students carry forward Oregon State’s legacy of excellence — and ensures that in 50 years’ time, they are able to reminisce on OSU memories as wonderful as yours. The Class of 1972 reunion gift supports the OSU Alumni Association Scholarship Fund. Make a gift today.

Type in "OSUAA Class Reunion Gift Fund" and select it in the drop-down menu. After proceeding and entering your contact information, type “1972 Class Reunion” — or your preferred class year — in the “Comments and Special Instructions” box.




Ways to connect now — from anywhere!


Class Reunion Memory Books

Contribute to your class memory book with the links below. Leave a memory, a message or photos for your fellow classmates to view and download for free. Start building your book today.

 

OSU Alumni Association Reunion Assistance for Alumni

The OSUAA is pleased to assist alumni groups with OSU reunions in the following ways:

  • Assist with electronic communication with alumni on behalf of the reunion committee
  • Notify colleges and departments about upcoming reunions
  • Assist with obtaining reunion lists
  • Place reunion announcement in the Class Notes section of the Oregon Stater magazine
  • Advise on overall programming and timelines
  • Assist with: venue selection, catering, photography, audio-visual logistics, budget and contract review
  • Provide online registration for events
  • Coordinate athletic tickets and advise on local accommodations
  • Create informal name tags and advise on other printed materials
  • Advise alumni group in locating campus maps and other important campus brochures, fact sheets
  • Assign an Alumni Association staff member to attend main event to welcome attendees (schedule permitting) 

 

OSU Alumni Association Reunion Assistance to OSU Colleges & Departments

The OSUAA is pleased to assist groups with OSU reunions in the following ways:

  • Electronic communication with alumni and campus partners on behalf of the reunion committee
  • Assist with obtaining reunion lists
  • Place reunion announcement in the Class Notes section of the Stater magazine
  • Advise on overall programming and timelines
  • Assist with: venue selection, catering, photography, audio-visual logistics, budget and contract review
  • Provide online registration for events
  • Coordinate Athletic tickets and advise on local accommodations 
  • Provide Alumni Association banners, promotional items for your main event
  • Advise on other printed materials
  • Supply campus maps and other important campus brochures, fact sheets
  • Assign an Alumni Association staff member to attend main event to welcome attendees (schedule permitting)