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Class of 1964 — 50th reunion

50th Reunion Gift

We made it! — $2,170,654

Why I give

"With each move, we made new memories and learned more about cultures and beliefs. None of these experiences would have been possible if I had not had the solid academic foundation of my liberal arts degree from Augustana. Augie taught me to think critically, to listen carefully, to explore eagerly, and to develop the life-long passion for literacy that motivated my subsequent years in public school and university classrooms. Augie gave me so much; now it is my turn to give back."
— Kathleen (Kathy) Stumpf Jongsma


Picture of some of the members of the class of 64

Homecoming photo gallery

More photos: 45th reunion and 2014 commencement.

50th class reunion: Homecoming

Friday, Oct. 10

Champagne toast in Old Main, 1964 Commons

Class of 1964 50th Class Reunion dinner, Wallenberg Hall (inside Denkmann Memorial Hall): presentation of class gift

Saturday, Oct. 11

Pre-game picnic in the Quad

Football game, Lindberg Stadium

Post-game reception at the Dahl President's Home

All reunion gala in a chandelier-lit tent in Quad

Sunday, Oct. 12

Worship service, Ascension Chapel

Renewal of vows ceremony, Ascension Chapel

Hotel accommodations

Stoney Creek Inn
101 18th St., Moline, IL 61265
309-743-0101, 800-659-2220
$94 standard room (2 queens or 1 king) or standard deluxe (includes mini frig. and microwave)

When making your reservation, please use the code Augustana Reunion to get the discounted rate.


See who's planning to come to the reunion activities.

Why I Attend Reunions

"During the Winter Olympics, a commentator remarked, “Skiing must be in her DNA.” Well, Augustana is in my DNA! While it is true that both of my parents went to Augie, there is much more to it than that. Augustana provided me with a foundation for the rest of my life. It’s not just where I discovered Biology, but where I learned important lessons about communicating ideas and solving problems. It’s where I formed cherished, life-long friendships – and where I met my Esther. Frankly, it is where I learned so much about who I am. That’s why Esther and I have attended Augie reunions, why we’ll celebrate our 50th at Homecoming this fall and why we support the College financially."
— Ross Johnson

Stay in touch

Go to Class of 1964 Facebook page to keep up with your classmates.