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Class of 1963 50-Year Reunion

Your 50-Year Reunion is a truly special event.  We hope you can make it back to campus to reconnect with friends as the Ross School and U-M honor your legacy. 

 

Private Events for the Class of 1963

Ross School 50th Reunion Dinner, Oct. 4, 6pm

Ross School of Business – 6th Floor

Alumni celebrating their 50th reunion are invited to a special event.  Reconnect and reminisce with friends and colleagues as the Ross School honors the Class of 1963.  Business attire suggested.

 

University-wide 50th Reunion Gala

Michigan Stadium - Jack Roth Stadium Club, Oct. 3, 6:30pm

Join alumni from across the university to enjoy an elegant evening with dinner and dancing. Class of 1963 alums will receive their Emeritus pins and be inducted into the Emeritus Society.  Business attire suggested.

 

See the complete Ross Reunion Schedule

 

 

REGISTER NOW!

 

 

Participate in the Class of 1963 Gift

The Class of 1963 Gift will go towards the Ross School Annual Fund which provides vital resources to programs that make Ross unique, like Multi-Disciplinary Action Projects and the Ross Leadership Initiative.  Make your gift during registration or participate now!

 

Stay Connected

Reconnect with former classmate and see who’s coming to reunion on the Ross Alumni LinkedIn group.

    Class of 1963 Ross School LinkedIn Group

    Ross School Facebook Page

 

 

 

University Reunion Events open to the Class of 1963

 

Thursday, October 3

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

50 Years of Impact: Milestone Photo Exhibit

When you visit the Alumni Center, you’ll find yourself in the midst of this exciting photo and biography exhibit that recognizes the contributions of a number of 1963 alumni to their fields of study, the University, and the world. The exhibit, located in the Alumni Center, is worth a special trip on its own merits!

Founders Room and Lobby, Alumni Center, 200 Fletcher Street

 

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Campus Involvement Court

What activities were you involved in when you were at U-M? Curious about what those groups are doing today? Interested in learning about groups that didn’t even exist when you were here? They’ll all be at Campus Involvement Court, a kind of activities fair that features current student groups and university organizations. Each participating organization will have a booth on beautiful Ingalls Mall, between Hill Auditorium and the League. Stop by the booth of any group you’re interested in and see what they’re up to.

Ingalls Mall, off Thayer Street

 

10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Living at Michigan 2013: Residence Hall Tours with Optional Lunch

Remember dorm life? In loco parentis…dangerous water-heating coils and instant coffee…housemothers? Dorm life is a part of the U-M experience that most alums have shared. These tours, which include an optional lunch, will give you an insight into dorm life today. It differs in many ways from when you were here: Curfews? Get serious! Choose the tour that will take you to where you once lived or take this opportunity to see the newly renovated spaces.

Hill Neighborhood Tour Options (Alice Lloyd, Mary Markley, Couzens, Mosher-Jordan, Stockwell) Meet on Washington St. outside of Rackham for bus transportation.

Central Campus Tour Options (West Quad, Betsy Barbour House, North Quad, East Quad) Meet at you residence hall of choice where tour guides will greet you.

Lunch: Lunch is complimentary and optional, but registration is required. Lunch ticket will be with your registration materials at Reunion Headquarters.

 

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Campus Bus Tour

If you’d rather not walk all over campus, get on the bus! You can enjoy a guided tour of North and Central Campus in comfort on a luxurious coach. You’ll see and hear about the buildings you remember and the new additions.

Departure point: Washington Street, outside of the Horace H. Rackham Graduate School building

 

2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Lecture: University Campus: Past, Present, Future

This presentation will give you a dynamic overview of how the U-M campus has changed, along with a glimpse of the future presented by University Planner Sue Gott. The lecture will be of interest to all alums, but if you’ve just taken the campus bus tour (above), you’ll find this especially intriguing.

Assembly Hall, Fourth Floor, Rackham Graduate School Building, 915 E. Washington

 

Friday, October 4

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

50 Years of Impact: Milestone Photo Exhibit

When you visit the Alumni Center, you’ll find yourself in the midst of this exciting photo and biography exhibit that recognizes the contributions of a number of 1963 alumni to their fields of study, the University, and the world. The exhibit, located in the Alumni Center, is worth a special trip on its own merits!

Founders Room and Lobby, Alumni Center, 200 Fletcher Street

9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

 

University Lecture

Gather with fellow alums for a stimulating lecture on a topic relevant to the University moving into the future, built on the past!

Rackham Auditorium, Rackham Graduate School Building, 915 E. Washington

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

 

Campus Involvement Court

What activities were you involved in at U-M? Curious about what those groups are doing today? Interested in learning about groups that didn’t even exist when you were here? They’ll all be at Campus Involvement Court, a kind of activities fair that features current student groups and university organizations. Each participating organization will have a booth, set up on beautiful Ingalls Mall, between Hill Auditorium and the League. Stop by the booth of any group you’re interested in and see what they’re up to.

Ingalls Mall, off Thayer Road

 

Sunday, October 6

1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.

Big House Tours

If you haven’t been to Michigan Stadium in a few years, you haven’t been to Michigan Stadium! Bigger and better than ever, the expanded and renovated Big House is now the fifth largest sports arena in the world. A behind-the-scenes tour will let you explore areas you don’t normally see. The tour also includes a presentation on the history of Michigan Stadium by Dr. Robert Soderstrom, author of The Big House: Fielding H. Yost and the Building of Michigan Stadium.

$30 per person

Junge Family Champions Center, 333 E. Stadium Boulevard