The 2022 class reunion campaigns have wrapped up, and we’ve tallied the results!
191 members of the Class of 2017 gave gifts and pledges to support undergraduate education, financial aid, groundbreaking research, and so much more.
We can’t thank you enough for your generosity and commitment. Your gift is supporting those who are learning, researching, and helping Stanford drive positive change in the world.
Committee members and volunteers
A special thank you to the Class of 2017 reunion campaign committee:
Thomas Oser II
Jackson Cam Chesnutt
Reinier Eenkema van Dijk
Robert Bell Wilkins
Class of 2017 Honor Roll
Find your name on our class roll.
Class of 2017 reunion campaign results
On behalf of Stanford and the class giving team we gratefully acknowledge alumni who have made a gift or pledge to Stanford in honor of reunion.
These figures include gifts and pledges made between January 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022, as well as some extraordinary gifts given in support of reunion outside the calendar year.
gifts through The Stanford Fund
added to class honor rolls
Why your gifts matter
“Stanford Financial Aid has provided me the opportunity to attend this institution, and for that I am so grateful. Through Stanford, I was able to connect with an amazing group of women of color in my year. After connecting, we decided to begin a nonprofit organization together focused on combatting racism through education reform. Our efforts have been deeply supported by the university and I know that this experience would not have come to be without being a Stanford student.”
-Jasmine Nguyen, ’23
“I never thought Stanford was in the cards for someone from a socioeconomic background like mine. However, thanks to the Stanford Fund, I attend Stanford tuition-free, completed a summer program in Mexico, and studied abroad in Japan for over a year. These experiences deeply enriched my time at Stanford, and the lessons and memories I gained from these years will stay with me always.”
-Cristina Ammon, ’21
“Through Stanford's generous programs like financial aid and the Leland Scholar's Program I have not had to worry about money. With that level of foundational support, I was able to do more. I worked interesting side jobs which furthered my career prospects in the non-profit and technology spaces, and I was even able to begin investing in stock and currency markets. I do not think that a price can be placed on the mental security that comes with financial security. The ripple effects are almost incalculable.”
-Anonymous Leland Scholar