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Reunion Support

Your reunion provides an opportunity to reconnect, re-engage, and re-energize as a member of the Columbia Business School community. Reunion Weekend is the ultimate opportunity to benefit from the School’s vast alumni network, and we encourage everyone to become involved and make a personal contribution.

By joining your reunion committee, speaking on a panel, or attending programs, you have numerous opportunities to reconnect with old friends and make new ones, hear from world-renowned faculty members and fellow industry leaders, and enjoy being back on the Columbia campus.

Our students benefit tremendously from the tradition of alumni giving, which helps them build successful careers, develop cutting-edge ideas that bridge theory and practice, and pursue a lifelong love of learning. You are an important member of Columbia Business School's network, and future graduates rely on your support and participation.

If you are an alumnus in a reunion year, any gift or pledge you make to the School's Columbia Business Fund or EMBA Fund during the course of the year (July 1–June 30) will count as a reunion donation.

For more information, please visit the reunion website or contact Matt Quam at or 212-854-6048.

Make a reunion gift.

Your Support.
Real Impact.

Browse the 2013–2014 Report to Investors to see the impact your support has on the community at Columbia Business School.



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Save the Date for Reunion 2015!

April 17–19, 2015: Reconnect with classmates from around the world during a weekend of faculty-led industry panels, class dinners, and networking events.

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