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Since 1927, gifts to The Penn Fund—from undergraduate alumni and parents like you—have made a profound and immediate impact on all aspects of student life and learning at the University by providing grant-based financial aid packages to undergraduates, supporting enhancements to academic programs and campus technology, and fostering community through student clubs and organizations. This longstanding tradition of loyal generosity allows donors to support the University’s greatest needs and highest priorities through the general fund, long-term scholarship support, and special reunion class projects.

How do we support Undergraduates at Penn?

Undergraduate Financial Aid
Residential and Campus Life
Academic Enrichment

Engage Reunions


Come Back. Give Back.

Reunions provide undergraduate alumni with the opportunity to reconnect and reminisce with old friends while making new memories back on campus. These milestones also motivate classmates to come together and give back in honor of their Penn experience.

Reunion Event
reunion gifts and pledges counted toward The Penn Fund
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Reunion Volunteers
The University’s fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30.

Every year approximately one-fifth of undergraduate alumni are celebrating milestone reunions, and together their gifts make up nearly one-third of all dollars raised for The Penn Fund.

Classes who celebrated reunions in fiscal year 2023 exceeded their goals and demonstrated generosity and dedication to the University, collectively raising more than $28 million in gifts that counted toward The Penn Fund. Between them, these classes set three new records and raised the bar for those who follow.

Thank you to our reunion classes for carrying on this philanthropic tradition and enhancing the undergraduate student experience for today’s Quakers!

These gifts directly benefit The Penn Fund and special projects chosen by several classes.

Get involved with your reunion.

Participation in your class’s reunion giving campaign is a fun and engaging way to reconnect, reminisce, and remain a part of the Penn family.

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