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Reunions

Reunion Events Hosted During AFW

Enjoy AFW weekend by celebrating your legacy as a part of the University of Dallas family. Join with your friends at Class Reunions for Constantin College undergraduate class years ending in '3 and '8. This tradition brings alumni together to reminisce and reconnect on campus...where it all began.

Online registration closes October 7, 2018.

Golden Crusaders, 1968 and earlier

50th Reunion Dinner, Celebrating Alumni from 1960 - 1968
Friday, October 12, 6:00 pm Cocktails, 7:00 pm Dinner and Program
Honoring the Class of 1968

Catholic Foundation Board Room, 2nd Floor, Cardinal Farrell Hall

UD Irving Campus : 1845 E. Northgate Drive, Irving, 75062

Members of the classes of 1960 - 1968 are invited to attend this special dinner celebrating the 50th Reunion of the Class of 1968 on UD's campus.
RSVP's accepted at udalum@udallas.edu or by phone at 972-721-5134.
Price per person, $25.


 

Class Reunions 1973 - 2013
Saturday, October 13 - Various Campus Locations
7:00 - 10:00 pm 

Price per person, $25. 

Your Reunion class party is a wonderful time to catch up with former classmates and see old friends. Class Reunions need hosts to make the party happen! Contact our office by September 14 if you want to help personalize your reunion and help spread the word.


Class of 1973 45th Reunion Class Party - Rathskeller and Haggar Dining Patios
Class of 1978 40th Reunion Class Party - Haggerty Art Village, Upper Painting Gallery Bldg.
Class of 1983 35th Reunion Class Party - Rathskeller and Haggar Dining Patios
Class of 1988 30th Reunion Class Party - Catholic Foundation Board Room, 2nd Fl. Cardinal Farrell Hall
Class of 1993 25th Reunion Class Party - Rathskeller and Haggar Dining Patios
Class of 1998 20th Reunion Class Party - Capp Bar Lawns and Tower Mall
Class of 2003 15th Reunion Class Party - Capp Bar Lawns and Tower Mall
Class of 2008 10th Reunion Class Party - Capp Bar Lawns and Tower Mall
Class of 2013 5th Reunion Class Party - Capp Bar Lawns and Tower Mall

Department Reunions

The Drama Department, University Theater 50th Anniversary Celebration

Meet and greet with Pat and Judy Kelly, professors emeriti and
founders of the UD Drama program • Production slideshow of
more than 50 years of UD theater • Sneak peek of the “Skin of
Our Teeth” set in the MJT and the new Drama Building
All members of the UD community who were ever involved in
a University Theater production are welcome. Families too!

Stop by Anselm Building from 2 - 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13th to view old photo slides of UD productions throughout the decades. Take a tour of the new Drama Building, and stay for a Reunion photo and reception beginning at 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. that Saturday evening. RSVP required: udallas.edu/drama-reunion.
If you have any questions about the event, please contact
Kendra DeLarge at dadmin@udallas.edu.

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