Congratulations, Class of 1968: You're a Golden Billiken! Welcome to your class reunion information hub. Find details about your reunion events, how to volunteer, classmate spotlights, and keep track of your reunion giving challenge progress. We'll be updating information frequently, so be sure to bookmark the page!
Friday, September 28
6 p.m. Cocktails | 7 p.m. Dinner
$45 per person
Sunday, September 30
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
St. Francis Xavier College Church, Lower Level
Check out which schools and colleges your classmates graduated from!
You will find fellow Saint Louis University alumni working in every field imaginable. Please take a few minutes to read these interesting stories about your fellow Billikens!
Nursing 1968, 1970
Retired Dean of Health and Sciences at Pikes Peak Community College and Former Vice-President of Parkview Hospital in Pueblo, Colo.
Hometown: St. Louis, Mo.
Current City: Colorado Springs, Colo.
SLU prepared me to think, ask questions and always look for ways to improve. This was invaluable in a career that included positions from staff nurse to vice-president and from part-time teacher to dean.
I met my future husband during Oriflamme week my sophomore year; we will celebrate 48 years of marriage this July.
Visiting the campus to see the changes and reacquaint with classmates.
We would love to hear about your SLU experience and career! Share your story with fellow classmates by completing our Alumni Spotlight form.
You can find your classmates all over the world. The Class of 1968 has representatives living in 14 countries, including Australia, Botswana, Ireland, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Panama! Your class can be found in 48 states across the U.S., as well as Washington, D.C. The top five states in the U.S. to find a 1968 Billiken include:
1.) Missouri, 2.) Illinois, 3.) Florida, 4.) California, 5.) Texas
A gift in honor of your reunion supports need-based scholarships, faculty recruitment, academic innovations and unparalleled experiences. For your 50-year reunion, we're hoping to have at least 200 donor participants who will raise at least $250,000.
As of June 1, the Class of 1968's totals are:All gifts made between January 1 and December 31, 2018 to any area of the University will count in your class total. Please remember, every gift – no matter the size – is meaningful to SLU.
Sustaining Gifts: A sustaining gift is an easy and affordable way to divide a larger gift into manageable payments. A gift of any amount can be scheduled monthly, quarterly or annually. For reunion campaigns, the full amount of a recurring credit card gift will be recognized for the class reunion gift. Arrangements for a sustaining gift may be made online, with the paper pledge form, or by calling 314-977-2241.
Matching Gifts: Many companies offer gift-matching programs that can double or triple employees' or retirees' personal gifts. In order to learn whether a company sponsors a gift-matching program and how an employee applies for matching funds, please contact the company's human resources department or by visiting matchinggifts.com/saintlouis.