15-year Reunion • Class of 2004

See a list of your classmates who have already signed up to attend!

Attend your Class of 2004 Friday-night Party

FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 2019
8 - 11 p.m.
Great Lakes Distillery, 616 W. Virginia St.
Tour a world-class artisan distillery committed to providing products guaranteed to please. $30 per person includes a distillery tour, handcrafted distilled spirits, beer, soda and heavy appetizers from 8-10 p.m. Please note that $10 of the registration cost for your class party will be considered a non-refundable donation to the Scholarship Fund. Register by Friday, Sept. 27, to secure your early-bird pricing: Class party prices will increase by $5 at the door.

Attire: Casual/Marquette spirit wear

Make a gift in honor of your 15-year reunion

Let’s do something special in honor of our reunion and present Marquette with a gift that truly embodies our pride and love of this university by helping current and future students.

Class of 2004 goal is 225 class gift donors.

Share your Marquette memories

Share a few of your favorite memories and photos from your time as a Marquette student. We may use your photos and stories in Reunion + Homecoming promotion.

Reunion + Homecoming volunteering

A reunion celebration is only a success if your classmates come back to celebrate with you. We need a strong group of volunteers who are willing to help create a buzz leading up to Reunion + Homecoming. No matter the amount of time you are able to commit, we have an opportunity for you! Visit the volunteering webpage for more information.


Quenjana Adams, Comm '04

Mark Breen, Bus Ad ‘04

"Marquette represents an important timeframe in my life where so many longlasting friendships and memories were created. I decided to volunteer to help drive as many people as possible to participate in the reunion weekend and class gift!"

Amelia Drozda, Bus Ad '04

"Being a woman for others is one of the most important lessons I learned at Marquette. My four years were not just about learning business, but about growing up and becoming a well-rounded person who works to help those around her and leave where she has been in a better place. Volunteering for my reunion is a way to give back to an institution which molded me into who I am today; plus, an excuse to touch base with friends and alums I have not seen in years. The 15-year reunion is going to be a blast!"

Otto Heck, Arts '04

"I volunteer to help provide better opportunities for younger alumni to engage and advance in a town that is built upon personal connections."

Andrew Hunn, Bus Ad '04