Laying a Foundation for the Future

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Celebrate Your Reunion at Stonehill!

As alumni, Reunion is also a time for classes to join together and focus their fundraising efforts on increased giving in support of a Stonehill education.

Your commitment will help to ensure that deserving, talented students are able to expand their intellectual, social and co-curricular experiences at Stonehill.

Carrying the Challenge Forward

As you consider making a gift to honor your Reunion year, think back on how Stonehill changed your life—alumni support played a big part. Now is the time to carry the challenge forward. With the combined resources of your classmates, you are celebrating the tradition of alumni giving back to Stonehill. By participating in your class gift, you will enable the College to support scholarships and financial aid, curriculum development, advising, arts, athletics, and many of the other aspects that set Stonehill apart. Your participation is invaluable and every gift to Stonehill counts.

Make a Difference as a Reunion Ambassador

The main role of Reunion Ambassadors is to reach out to classmates before Reunion to encourage them to attend and to answer any questions they might have about the events. Ambassadors will also be talking to classmates about the class gift effort and encouraging them to join in supporting Stonehill College in honor of your Reunion. In seeking support for The Stonehill College Fund, Reunion Ambassadors help their classes achieve their goals, and class gifts directly benefit Stonehill students. The class gift effort could not succeed without the help of its dedicated volunteers.

For more information about your class gift effort or serving as a Reunion Ambassador, please contact Stacy King in the Office of Development at (508) 565-1028 or

50th Reunion

The Pillar Society

In 2002, The Pillar Society, Stonehill College's "50-year club" was established for those who graduated more than a half-century ago. The name reflects the prominence of the pillars that distinguish Donahue Hall and the Class of 1952's position as the pillar on which much of Stonehill tradition rests.