Five-year Reunion • Class of 2014

Attend your Class of 2014 Friday-night Party

FRIDAY, OCT. 4, 2019
8 - 11 p.m.
Oak Barrel Public House, 1033 N. Old World Third St.
Oak Barrel Public House is a historic district building with a brick & wood interior serving American classics. $25 per person includes beer, wine, soda and heavy appetizers from 8-10 p.m. Cash bar available. $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 Five-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 2014 goal is 350 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. Share your photos using our online form.


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.


YOUR CLASS OF 2014 VOLUNTEERS

Carolyn Garski, Bus Ad ‘14, Grad ‘17, Law ‘17

Kyerstin Hill, Arts ‘14

Greg Ideran, Comm ‘14

Catherine Nelson, Ed ‘14

Lauren Peter, Comm ‘14

Tess Quinlan, Comm ‘14

Liz Swarczewski, Ed ‘14

Grace Thorstad, Ed ‘14

"My job as a Naval Officer has taken me around the world; I’ve had interactions with many different people and cultures, and I couldn’t have been ready for any of it without the strong foundation I received from my experience at Marquette. The faith-based, holistic approach to education and growing each student to go out and set the world on fire truly reaches well past the borders of campus. I choose to stay involved by giving to the Hartman Literacy Center so that each student walking in to receive that extra coaching from a caring Marquette student can build that same foundation and realize that they, too, have a light shining within them. Change is caused by small actions and interactions, one person at a time, and THAT is what my Marquette experience taught me."