Golden Jubilee 50-Year Reunion
Class of 1969

Attend your Golden Jubilee Reception and Dinner

Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
6:00 p.m. Reception; 6:30 p.m. Dinner and Dancing
Italian Community Center, 631 E. Chicago St.
Join us for a special dinner to celebrate the Class of 1969 and 50-plus alumni. Reunite and celebrate with old friends and reminisce about the years you spent on campus.

Make a gift in honor of your Golden Jubilee 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 1969 goal to reach 325 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.


YOUR CLASS OF 1969 VOLUNTEERS

James Bitetto Jr., Bus Ad '69

Michael Brady, Arts '69

"I proudly wear the Marquette University 'badge' wherever I go. Marquette helped to teach me to be a volunteer throughout my life, and I am delighted to give back to MU as well."

Margaret McCarthy, Arts '69

" MU welcomed me as a transfer student in 1966, and while it took me some time to 'get it' -- the philosophy of a Jesuit education -- I have seen Marquette contribute much to my community here in Milwaukee over the past 50 years. It is time to give something back to MU and assist with reunion planning and celebrating."

Shannon Perry, Nurs '69

" I have been so blessed in life, education and work that it is imperative that I volunteer so that I can give back or pay forward and share my blessings. My Marquette education has served me well and I am proud to be a graduate."

Margaret Ward, Sp ’69