Advancement and alumni engagement


Class of 1963 Reunion Giving

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It's hard to believe it's been 50 years since your time at St. Ambrose came to a close. Like your classmates, St. Ambrose has changed considerably. Though the campus has grown since 1963, some things still remain the same. Ambrose Hall, the oldest and most well-known building on campus, still holds a special place in the heart of every Ambrosian. This is why the university embarked on a mission to repair and restore Ambrose Hall, so it can remain a significant part of the Ambrose experience. 

Join your reunion planning committee in giving back to St. Ambrose by supporting the Ambrose Hall restoration project in celebration of your 50 year reunion. You can honor your memories and assure future generations that Ambrose Hall will continue to be a home for students pursuing academic excellence. One of your classmates has generously agreed to match every dollar raised, up to $10,000, to help us meet this goal.

By investing in the history of the institution, we can ensure that the place where so many of our cherished memories were made will thrive for generations to come.

Click here to make a gift today!

Learn more about the Ambrose Hall Renovation

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