Help USF students follow in your footsteps.

Support current students with a reunion gift of any amount.

The USF Fund »
With changing technologies, expanding curricula, and the growing needs of our students, USF’s funding needs are always evolving. Your gift to the USF Fund—the university’s unrestricted fund—supports the university’s most pressing needs.

The USF Scholarship »
Sixty-eight percent of USF students could not attend the university without assistance from financial aid and scholarships. The USF Scholarship provides support to deserving students with significant financial need. Your gift will change a student’s life, so that they can go on to change the world from here.

USF African-American Scholarship »
Fr. George Twigg-Porter created the “Apostleship of Prayer – Black Student Fund” in 1971 with a $500 gift. In the 80s, USF renamed the scholarship the USF African-American Scholarship. Your gift will support African-American students who do not otherwise have the means to attend the University of San Francisco.

USF Asian Studies Undergraduate Scholarship »
The Asian Studies Undergraduate Scholarship is for students in the Asian Studies undergraduate minor. The Minor in Asian Studies provides interdisciplinary study of the cultures, development, and relations among the societies of the Asia Pacific region. The program is offered in the College of Arts and Sciences to all students in the University, enabling them to combine study of a major field with a focused study of Asian history, culture, and contemporary affairs.

Saber es Poder Scholarship »
The Saber es Poder scholarship has served as a resource to the growing Latino population at USF since 1996. Five $5,000 scholarships are awarded annually to students who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need, as well as a commitment to using the knowledge they gain at USF to improve their communities. Your gift will help deserving students realize their dreams of a college education.






General Information

Date: 9/26/2014 to 9/28/2014
Location: USF Hilltop Campus



All-Access Passes

    Alumni All-Access Pass
    $35     Adult

    Recent Graduates All-Access Pass
    $25     Class of 2004-2014


    Free for ages 12 and under. Passes include all weekend activities.



Check-in & Hospitality Tent will be located in Gleeson Plaza on Saturday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.

Parking on campus is complimentary for all events

The USF Bookstore will offer extended hours and discounts for alumni throughout the weekend

Thacher Gallery will be open Saturday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.

Next Steps

Join a Reunion Committee »
Help us reach your classmates and make Alumni Weekend even more amazing.

Make a Gift
The USF Fund »
USF African American Scholarship »
Saber es Poder Scholarship »


Book your hotel
Fairmont San Francisco »
Handlery Union Square Hotel »
Expedia - Hotels Near USF »

Questions? Contact Us:
(800) 449-4USF (4873)
alumni@usfca.edu



Detailed Alumni Weekend Schedule

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26

ROTC Rally Point Reunion
McLaren Complex
11:30am-1:30pm
Alumni that participated in ROTC as a student are welcome to attend this luncheon and share stories with current ROTC cadets 

Women's Volleyball Game
War Memorial Gym
6:00pm
Watch an excitng volleyball game vs. Santa Clara

African American Alumni Reception
Library Atrium
6-8pm
Come meet the USF alumna oversees sports talent like, Shaquille O'Neal and Cal Ripken Jr.

Alumni from all class years will have the opportunity to expand their network while enjoying music, food, and keynote speaker Tara August MA '04, VP of Talent Relations, Turner Sports in the beautiful library atrium. 

Men's Soccer Game

Negoesco Stadium
7:00pm
Enjoy an evening soccer game vs. UC Davis

Top of page »

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

Registration and Hospitality Tent
Gleeson Plaza
8am-7pm
Alumni will check-in to receive all access pass for weekend activities. Campus maps, water station, light refreshments,
USF give aways, campus department & student club information.

Thacher Gallery Open House
Thacher Gallery
10am-8pm
Thacher Gallery, located inside the Library will be open for viewing. USF and The Mexican Museum are partnering to present ¡Escultura!, a collection of metal sculptures by renowned Latino and Mexican artists.

Golden Reunion-Class of 1964
Fromm Hall
8-10am
Golden Reunion is a breakfast that will celebrate the induction of the class of 1964. Special recognition will also be given to 1934, 1939, 1944,1949, 1954, 1959.

Alumni Mass & President's Address
St. Ignatius Church
10-11:20am

Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J.
USF's 28th President will share vision for university during a mass exclusive for alumni and guests.

Talk on Professional Advancement
LS 103
11:35am & 12noon
Come meet the USF alumna behind licensing at Microsoft

Wendi Okun, JD '94 Senior Attorney at Microsoft Corporation will share her success story and tips on career advancement.

Talk on Justice & Jesuit Values

LS 210
11:35am & 12:00noon
Come meet the Obama appointee with Jesuit values

John Trasviña is the dean of the University of San Francisco School of Law. Previously, he was nominated by President Obama and confirmed unanimously by the U.S. Senate to be assistant secretary for fair housing and equal opportunity in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. 

Campus Tours
Meet at Glesson Plaza
11:35; 12noon; 2pm
11:35 campus tour will be led by University Historian Alan Ziajka.
12noon & 2pm tours will be led by Admissions student Ambassadors.

All Alumni BBQ
Gleeson Plaza
12:30-2pm
Alumni from all class years will mix & mingle at this outdoor BBQ buffet in Gleeson Plaza.  Bring family and friends as your guests to enjoy ice cream cart, henna, facepainting, kids art & craft station, and fun games while listening to a mix of top charting tunes from the 60's, 70's, 80's 90's, 00's.

Women in Leadership & Philanthropy Forum and Networking Reception 
2-4 p.m.
An engaging panel of USF alumna will discuss work-life balance, finding a mentor, characteristics of success, diversity in leadership.

Asian Pacific Islander Reception
Library Atrium
3-5pm
Come meet Asian American Studies & Education Expert 

Alumni will enjoy networking and keynote speaker Kevin Kumashiro, Ph.D., Dean of Education of University of San Francisco.  Previously, he was at the University of Illinois at Chicago where he served as professor of Asian American Studies, chair of Educational Policy Studies, and project director of a $4 million initiative, funded by grants from the U.S. Department of Education, to support Asian American, Pacific Islander, and English-language learner students in higher education.

Recent Graduate Networking Mixer
University Center, 1st Floor
6-8pm
Alumni from the class years of 2004 and later (including 2014!) are welcome to expand their network and reconnect in a mixer exclusively for alumni that have graduated in the last 10 years. Enjoy a wine & beer, chili bar, sushi, desserts and more.

Milestone Reunion Celebrations

McLaren Complex
6-8pm
The class years of 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999 will expand their network amongst fellow Dons. Alumni will enjoy top chart music across decades, San Francisco Cuisine food stations, wine & beer, photobooth, class photo slideshow, and dessert bar.  The class of 1964 is welcome to continue the day's celebration at this dinner buffet.  


SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28

Mass in St. Ignatius Church
9:30am-10:30am
Join the St. Ignatius parish in a mass Sunday morning, a special area will be available for USF alumni to sit together.

Latino Alumni Reception & Brunch
10:30-12:30pm
Come meet San Francisco Public Health Advocate

Alumni from all class years will have the opportunity to expand their network while enjoying keynote speaker, Barbara Garcia, MPA '01, Director of Health for the City & County of San Francisco, latin jazz band, brunch and mimosas. Immediately following brunch alumni are welcome to attend a community festival with student performance and art co-sponsored by Thacher Gallery and The Mexican Museum.

Community Folk Art Festival

Gleeson Plaza and Kalmanovitz Hall Rooftop Sculpture Terrace
12:30-2:30pm
Thacher Gallery and The Mexican Museum will co-sponsor a community celebration of Mexican folk art through live music, dance, hands-on art demonstrations and bilingual tours.  David de la Torre, the Executive Director of The Mexican Museum and USF alumni class of 1970 welcomes all alumni and community members to enjoy this family event that is open to the public.