Class of 1973 Reunion
Attend the Class of 1973 Reunion
March in the 48th Commencement Exercises of York College, which will take place on the Health and Physical Education Field, located at 160-30 Liberty Avenue at 160th Street between Liberty Avenue and South Road. There will be a continental breakfast before the 8:15 AM processional begins.
See photo highlights from the 2017 Alumni Reunion Luncheon https://www.york.cuny.edu/ia/devalum/gallery/2017-reunion
Dine with your classmates
Attend a special reunion luncheon in your honor. Cost for lunch is $30.00 per person. Alumni are invited to the podium to share fond memories. The luncheon provides an opportunity to reflect and reminisce, enjoy the camaraderie of classmates, retired faculty, and participate in the future of York College.
To commemorate the anniversary of your graduation, we will produce a luncheon book with Class Notes. Share your fondest York memories and let us know about your journey since graduation. Please keep your Class Note to no more than 150 words. Email your memory to firstname.lastname@example.org or Mail your story to:
York College, Office of Institutional Advancement
94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., AC 2H03, Jamaica, NY 11451
Chance to Win JetBlue Tickets – Make a Class Gift
We are excited to announce that there will be two drawings for a chance to win a round trip ticket for anywhere in the United States or the Caribbean from JetBlue.
There will be a reunion class competition. A name will be drawn from the reunion class that contributed the largest total amount to the class gift campaign. There will also be a drawing for a JetBlue ticket from the reunion class with the largest number of participants in the class gift campaign.
All alumni who make a gift of $50 or more will have their names entered into the drawing. You don’t have to be present to win.
The Class Gift Campaign supports our annual fund which builds our unrestricted funding to provide the college with financial flexibility. Annual unrestricted giving is the most valuable gift to York because it allows us to allocate funds to the areas that are needed most. These areas include immediate scholarships, expansion of academic programs, faculty development, campus-wide technology access and the upkeep of the campus and its classrooms.