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Alumni Class Gifts

Classes of 1970 and 1971

The 50th Reunion for the TCU Classes of 1970 and 1971 will be held on Friday, March 26, 2021

You have an opportunity to help ensure the TCU experience lives on by contributing to your 50th Reunion Class Gift. Counted in your Class Gift are pledge commitments to be paid 5 years after your reunion, and gifts given the previous 5 years. Planned gifts such as bequests, beneficiary designations and charitable gift annuities also count.

It is imperative that TCU’s doors remain open to the most talented and deserving students. The Class Gift provides an opportunity for you to assist these exceptional students and celebrate the central role TCU has played in your life. Only 80 percent of the cost of a TCU education is covered by tuition; the other 20 percent is sustained in part by gifts from Horned Frogs like you. TCU counts on alumni to meet this need each year. Even the smallest gift — when combined with others — can have a tremendous impact on a student’s life!

Your gift counts! No matter the size of your gift, your participation will serve as a testament to the value you place on the time you spent on campus and the important role the University has played in your life. Thank you for your support. We look forward to seeing you in May!

For questions about the 50th Reunion Class Gift, please contact Kristee Bell, director of constituent engagement, at 817-257-5876 or kristee.bell@tcu.edu. Questions about planned gifts can be directed to Melissa Villegas, director of gift planning, at 817-257-5033 or m.villegas@tcu.edu. For information about the 50th Reunion events, please visit the TCU Alumni Association.

 

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