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Sept.14, 2011

Vol. 112, No. 1

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$50 million for Annual Giving: Second-highest total in University history; 61.3% participation

Published in the September14, 2011, issue


2010–11 Campaign highlights:

All-time record for any class: Class of 1986 (25th reunion): $9,001,986

Number of donors: 36,022 (largest number ever)

Participation leaders: Class of 1936: 100% from all 16 members; Class of 2010: 83.3% with gifts from 1,016 members (first class ever to reach 1,000 mark); the youngest five classes averaged 73.1%

Major-reunion classes set new records: Class of 1976 (broke the record for the 35th reunion): $4,061,976; Class of 1941 (70th reunion): $500,041; Class of 1936 (75th reunion): $329,005

Eight other classes raised more than $1 million: Class of 1956: $1,560,852; Class of 1981: $3,514,367; Class of 1961: $1,859,722; Class of 1991: $1,611,991; Class of 1966: $1,194,023; Class of 1996: $1,087,296; Class of 1971: $1,071,697; Class of 1951: $1,010,447

Highest amount among non-major-reunion classes: Class of 1958: $816,704 (leader for third year in a row)

Princeton parents: $2,842,556 (a record); Graduate alumni: $1,461,729

Nassau Hall: President Tilghman said the results “provide important momentum as we enter the final year of the Aspire campaign.”
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