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Class of 2014

Participation Drive
36 Donors
Towards goal of 239 Donors
$741.00 Raised
Project has ended
Project ended on June 30, at 11:59 PM PDT
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Class of 2014

Can you believe it's been 5 years since we walked across the stage as graduates of the UCI Class of 2014? Our 5-year reunion is quickly approaching, and we are so excited to reunite with our fellow Anteaters in March! This reunion is the first of many and kicks off our tradition of coming together as a class to celebrate our Anteater spirit.


Our Goal

In honor of our 5-year reunion, we have set a goal that 5% of our class – at least 239 out of 4,783 alumni – will contribute to our reunion class gift. 

Whether it's a gift of $20.14 or $2,014, every gift – regardless of size – is critical to the continued success of UCI. So let’s each give back to our alma mater and help make it an even better place than when we left it. 


Your Gift’s Impact

Reunion class gifts support the UCI Fund, UCI’s most powerful giving vehicle, providing critical support to the university. By contributing to our reunion class gift, you are supplying UCI with the strength and stability to remain one of the best universities in the country.



Thank you for coming back to campus for reunion during UCI Homecoming Weekend, February 8 & 9, 2019, and enjoying an exciting series of events – from a showcase of university deans, to networking opportunities, to cocktails with your classmates to an exclusive hospitality tent during homecoming. We captured moments as you relived your UCI memories, made some new ones and reconnected with the classmates who helped create them.

To view photos from the event, visit

Choose a giving level


Anteater Pride!

Show your Anteater spirit and give $20.14 in honor of our graduation year!


$50 goes a long way!

Remember using your Zot Bucks all over campus and running out of them by October?! Another $50 would have gotten you to at least Thanksgiving, right? At least that's what you told mom and dad!


Better Than Textbooks

Remember General Accounting principles: 4th edition from freshman year? Neither do we but it's probably on your bookshelf at home. That book was $100 in 2009. $100 is a huge help to our class!


Pick Up The Tab

How much did you spend at the Anthill Pub & Grille during senior year? I bet it was more than $250! That's a lot of appetizers!


Leadership Level

Make a leadership-sized gift and join the annual 1965 Society Gold Circle!

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