» Class of 1991 25-Year Reunion

Dear Class of 1991,

I can hardly believe it has been 25 years since we celebrated our graduation from Chapman University. Walking across the stage along with our classmates was truly an experience to remember. I believe we were actually the last class to have the option of having Chapman College on our diploma! To properly celebrate this milestone, we invite you to join us for the 1991 Class Reunion Celebration, which will take place during The Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration on Saturday, October 1, 2016. More details to come. And because the Chapman Family is such a tight-knit group, we’re bending the rules a bit. We know how important your college friends are and we know you weren't all in the same year, so we are opening the reunion to other class years who are interested in coming to the reunion.

Much has changed since we graduated from Chapman, but the “Chapman Spirit” has remained the same. During this 25-year anniversary celebration, you will make new memories as you reconnect with Chapman friends, remember classmates, and celebrate your many achievements over the past 25 years. This is a great opportunity to visit campus and reconnect with the place you once called home. I look forward to seeing you at the reunion.

With Panther Pride,

Hiro Zeoli '91
1991 Class Representative

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+ - Registration

Class of 1991 25-Year Reunion Dinner

Date: Saturday, October 1, 2016
Time: 5 - 7 p.m.
Location: Chapman University, Argyros Forum 201
Cost: $25 per person, includes dinner and drinks

Register for the 25-Year Reunion Dinner for the Class of 1991 »

*Reunion registration is part of the registration portal for The Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration. Make sure to select "Class of 1991 25-Year Reunion", along with any other Homecoming events you plan to attend.

Questions? Contact your class representative, Hiro, or staff representative, Sarah Buckley at sbuckley@chapman.edu or (714) 744-2184.

+ - Who's Coming?

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Tell us which professors and staff members you would like us to invite to the reunion

Who's coming?

Hiro Zeoli - Class Representative

+ - Class Gift

Your reunion year is a special opportunity for your class to show your Panther pride and to recognize the meaningful role Chapman has played in your life and the lives of your classmates. This is your opportunity to help shape the lives of current and future students by making a gift in honor of your 25-Year Reunion.

Remember, every gift counts! Go Class of 1991! You have until December 31, 2016 to make your class gift!

Make your Class of 1991 25-Year Reunion gift online to the Chapman Fund today »

Want to give to your favorite fund on campus instead? Make sure to write "Class of 1991 Class Gift" in the memo!

Suggested gift amounts:

$19.91 gift in honor of your class year

$25 gift in honor of your 25-Year Reunion

Pledge a gift of $16.67 monthly for five years and your name will be engraved on the Alumni Legacy Wall inside of Doti Hall alongside the names of your fellow Chapman alumni.

Upgrade to President's Circle at $1,000 to be invited to exclusive events with President Doti and have your legacy engraved on the Alumni Legacy Wall in Doti Hall alongside the names of your classmates.


  • 30% CLASS PARTICIPATION to beat giving year 1991 which is 87 donors!
  • $5,000 DOLLAR goal to beat giving year 2001.


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Thank you all who have participated so far!

Class of 1991: 290 alumni

Giving Year
Gift Total
% of Participation

January 1 to December 31, 1991




January 1 to December 31, 1996




January 1 to December 31, 2001




January 1 to August 6, 2016




Importance of Alumni Giving

Alumni giving is more than just philanthropically supporting the university; it makes a big impact on Chapman’s ranking in U.S. News & World Report. One of the categories by universities are ranked is the number of alumni who give. This is known as the alumni participation rate. Note: the ranking is based on the number of donors, not the amount of money. As Chapman’s ascends the rankings, your Chapman degree becomes even more valuable and prestigious.

Reunion giving in particular is an important component of advancing Chapman’s rankings by boosting the alumni participation rate, as these gifts account for 25% of the total Chapman Fund dollars raised each year. Visit the Chapman Fund tab to learn more.

+ - Volunteers

Hiro Zeoli '91 - Class Representative


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+ - Class of 1991 Statistics

Total alumni in the Class of 1991: 288


+ - Chapman Fund

Gifts to the Chapman Fund, also known as the annual fund, are put to use the year they are given, rather than stored in a fund for future use.

Check out all the ways the Chapman Fund was used to help our alma mater grow and thrive:

  • Scholarships: 42% of the scholarship needs for incoming freshman were funded, 82% of all students received scholarships
  • Special travel courses including A Walk Down Wall Street, An Insider's View of Silicon Valley, Paris and London, A Tale of Two Cities
  • Academic Advising Center: nine additional staff members hired and programs and services enhanced to help guide students through their Chapman journey.
  • Work Study Program: increased hiring to create opportunities not just for students who qualify based on financial need, but for all students who have a desire to work and earn money on campus. The Work Study Program allows students to bolster their resumes with valuable professional experience.
  • Chapman Filmed Entertainment: supported the creation of a production company and the subsequent production of the film The Barber. This venture provides film students the opportunity to contribute to a feature-length film and gain real-world experience.
  • Faculty hiring: six full-time faculty members hired, including Ron Jordan, the dean of new School of Pharmacy
  • New academic programs including the School of Pharmacy and other health science programs
  • New and renovated facilities: construction of the Digital Media Arts Center and renovation of the Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Student Opportunities such as the Alternate Spring Break Program
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