Check Presentation for the Class of 1999

Class Gift & Participation


Reunion Class Gifts provide critical funding in an era when UCLA Anderson relies on private philanthropy to sustain our place among the world’s top business schools. Gifts of any size add up to affect student fellowship offerings, faculty recruitment, and alumni events across the globe.

Make an impact on our future with your reunion gift today and be recognized in the Reunion Donor Honor Roll.

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Reunion Giving


Reunions are a chance to reflect on your UCLA Anderson experience and the ways it has shaped your career trajectory and life path. Participating in your class’ reunion gift campaign is a meaningful way to give back to the school and commemorate the anniversary of your MBA.


Featured Reunion Gifts

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Deepening Connections, Serving His Alma Mater

In the collegial spirit of his graduating class, Rick Shuart (’04) joins his reunion committee to inspire others to give

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From The Blog

This Donor Launched His Company from UCLA Anderson’s “Platform for Opportunities”

A recruiting pitch persuaded Nate Franklin (’08) to put his energy into renewable power

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Your Reunion Class Gift


Class Gift Impact & Recognition

What counts as the class gift?

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It is the total of classmate giving to any part of UCLA Anderson during FY20 (July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020). It includes:

  • One-time gifts, including cash gifts, gifts of stock and gifts from donor-advised funds
  • Five-year pledges, counted at the full amount (i.e. if someone pledges $12,500, paid over five years, the whole $12,500 counts toward the Class Gift, not just the $2,500 actually paid during FY20.)
  • Company-matched gifts and spouse/joint gifts
    • Spouses whose companies match will also count



How will my gift be recognized?

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  • Name listed on Reunion Donor Honor Roll posters at Alumni Weekend
  • Name listed on Reunion Donor Honor Rolls emailed to whole class Feb ’20, March ’20, April ’20, May ’20
  • Induction into the Dean’s Society for gifts of $2,500+ (or a pledge of $12,500 over five years)
  • Name engraved on a chair plaque in Korn Convocation Hall for gifts of $5,000+ (or a pledge of $25,000+ over five years).
  • Reunion Donor Honor Roll