DVM Class Reunions
Because attendance at Pullman reunions has declined considerably over the last 7 years, the college will no longer be planning organized reunions. As much as we hate to see them go, the time has come to step back and assist classes who want to plan their own reunion in Pullman.
If your DVM class is interested in holding a reunion in Pullman, the college offers tours and a meal with a faculty or staff speaker. We will also provide a list of lodging options, local restaurants, and sight-seeing in the area to help your class plan the event. For more information about planning a class reunion contact Anna Wheatley at 509-335-5389 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Planning a Reunion: Find class representatives who can help organize the event and encourage classmates to attend. The college can assist with contacting classmates.
Picking a Reunion Date: As you begin planning, keep in mind that any area hotels are booked up to a year in advance on busy WSU and University of Idaho weekends, such as Mom’s Weekend, football weekends, graduation weekends, and other big game/tournament weekends. See the WSU Events Calendar.
Reunion Activities Offered by the CollegeFor reunion groups of 10 or more classmates:
- A tour of the college by a staff or faculty member.
- A meal (breakfast, lunch/brunch, or dinner) where the dean or a designee will provide a welcome and an overview of what’s going on at the college
- If there is an interest, a faculty speaker to discuss their research or scholarship
For reunion groups of less than 10 classmates:
- A tour of the college by a current student ambassador.
- A meal (breakfast, lunch/brunch, or dinner) where a staff or faculty member will provide a welcome and an overview of what’s going on at the college
The WSU Alumni Association hosts the Golden and Diamond reunions (50th and 60th) each year.