Reunion (rE-‘yün-yon) noun. The dictionary defines a reunion as a reuniting of persons after a separation. That separation could be a few days, many months or decades. The Mizzou Reunion program, a service of the Mizzou Alumni Association, is designed for Association members who would like to reconnect with friends from their campus days. The Association is happy to help provide support for planning and hosting reunions for your affinity group (Greek organization, athletic or intramural team, club, honor organization, etc.) Click here to see our Reunion Services Guide to give you some ideas for your reunion!
The Mizzou Alumni Association annually hosts our Gold Medal Society Weekend in order to commemorate those who graduated from Mizzou 50 years ago or more. For this event, MAA welcomes back our 50-year graduates in order to honor them while giving them a taste of the Mizzou they remember, and a taste of what Mizzou has become.
Typical GMS Weekend activities include campus tours, trips to your graduating school/college, a dinner at the recreated “Shack,” and a variety of other activities that aim to renew your memories of your time at Mizzou while hopefully creating some new ones! The weekend culminates in a gala banquet where graduates of the 50-year class are presented with their gold medals in order to commemorate their achievement.
The Association is ready to welcome you back to Mizzou either as a group or individually to help you reconnect with classmates, friends and your university.
For Additional Reunion Information Please Contact:
Mizzou Alumni Association
University of Missouri
123 Reynolds Alumni Center
Columbia, MO 65211
Toll Free: 1-800-372-6822