Reunion Giving

BIG DEBT. BOLD INVESTMENT.

Our goal is to help resolve the financial issues that our students face. Scholarship assistance is crucial for our medical students, who incur an average of nearly $180,000 in debt by graduation. Debt of this magnitude discourages many talented and diverse students from pursuing a career in medicine. It also influences their choices about what field to specialize in and where they ultimately choose to practice. With increased scholarship support, more students may decide to become primary care physicians or to practice in underserved areas.

Read more about student scholarships here.

To learn more about how your class can participate—please call Jennifer Britton at (716) 829-2773; email: jlobaugh@buffalo.edu

Class Giving Totals

Class of 1952


1
donors

$20,000
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1957


2
donors

$6,000
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1962


4
donors

$15,100
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1967


13
donors

$14,475
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1972


14
donors

$16,525
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1977


14
donors

$51,850
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1982


13
donors

$8,825
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1987


8
donors

$12,550
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1992


6
donors

$1,145
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 2012


1
donors

$1,000
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 1997


8
donors

$2,800
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 2002


9
donors

$7,620
donated towards

$25,000 goal

Class of 2007


3
donors

$150
donated towards

$25,000 goal