Alumni Events

Stay connected.

Oxford alumni events help you stay connected with your classmates, while at the same time providing a chance to meet current students. Mark your calendar for these events.

A Celebration of Excellence:
Oxford Scholars and Leaders Dinner

Friday, April 20

This reception and dinner honors Oxford College alumni leaders, scholars, scholarship supporters, faculty, and staff. Invitation only.

5:30 – 6:30 p.m. ~ Reception on Dining Hall patio
6:30 – 8:30 p.m  ~ Dinner and Program in the Dining Hall

We will honor our current scholarship recipients and donors and award the following: Honorary Alumnus: Doug Shipman 95C, The William Norton Outstanding Alumna: Barbara Rivers 65Ox, Outstanding Young Alumna: Safiya Jetha 07Ox 09C, Outstanding Teaching: Ken Carter 87Ox 90C, Outstanding Staff: Debbie Mote, and Carl Chandler Award: to be announced during program.

Questions? Contact Olha Seredyuk at 779-784-8314.

Oxford Alumni Weekend 

April 20–22

Reunions will be held for classes including 1973 (45th), 1978 (40th), 1983 (35th), 1988 (30th), 1993 (25th), 1998 (20th), 2008 (10th), and 2013 (5th). The Golden Eagles (all classes prior to 1968), will also celebrate reunions.

View the reunion weekend schedule.

Oxford Class of 1968 50th Reunion

May 10–12

We invite the class of 1968 to process in the Golden Robes with their own Corpus Cordis Aureum medallion, along with Class of 2018 graduates at the Oxford College Commencement on May 12.

View the 50th reunion weekend schedule.

Fill out the 50th reunion bio form. Please complete this form whether or not you plan to attend the 50th reunion. The completed Class Notes forms will be compiled into a memory booklet after the reunion. Return the completed form by Sunday, April 1.

Join the Class of 1968 Facebook page.

Need to register by phone?

Participants who wish to register by phone for the reunion can call the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 770-784-8314. The Development and Alumni Relations Staff look forward to welcoming you back to Oxford!

Questions?