THREE CHEERS for Class Dues!

Dues pay for Princeton Alumni Weekly subscriptions, events hosted by the Alumni Association  (e.g., Tiger Tailgates), and regional alumni events, but this year, they’re doing something more ambitious! In 2016, we initiated the Class of 2010 Fellowship, which is supporting recent Princeton grads working in fascinating cultural, artistic, athletic and educational endeavors literally across the globe. 

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The new fiscal year for the Class began on July 1, 2016. A hearty thank you to everyone who has already paid dues this year! Classmates who are current on their dues between FY 2015 - FY 2020 will be entered into a special early lottery for on-campus housing at the 10th reunion. 

Can't remember whether you have already set up a recurring donation? No problem. Check out the honor roll below. 
If your name is followed by an *, that means you already have an active annual subscription in place.
Miss a year and need to catch up? Write to princetontigers2010@gmail.com

Paying your class dues:

The dues rate for academic year 2017 is $35 (and they are tax deductible). For more detailed information on dues, see the FAQs listed below. 

How to Submit Dues

The best way to submit dues is to set up a recurring annual donation via PayPal by selecting the Subscribe button below.

Can't remember whether you have already set up a recurring donation? No problem. Check out the honor roll at the bottom of the page.
If your name is followed by an *, that means you already have an active, recurring subscription in place.

The next best way is a one-time donation by selecting the Donate button below. In addition to Paypal and direct bank transfers, all major credit cards are accepted.

Dues FAQs

Is this the same thing as Annual Giving?

No.  Annual Giving provides unrestricted funds for use by the University itself.  Class dues are a separate source of funds used for completely different activities.

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Are dues tax deductible?

Absolutely.  The Princeton University Class of 2010 is a 501(c)(3) non-profit status organization, and all donations (including dues) are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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What do my dues pay for?

Dues contributions cover the PAW, Class of 2010 Fellowship, Alumni Association events, and other regional events.

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I've been hearing talk of using class dues for philanthropy - what's that about? Can I help?

In the spirit of giving back, we are starting to position the Class to have the opportunity, at the discretion of its alumni, to make an even more meaningful contribution to University life in the future, such as sponsoring summer internships, an annual conference, athletic award, or academic prize.  This year, we are supporting three PiA fellows! If you are interested in joining our scholarship committee, email Dave (class Treasurer) at dhfort@gmail.com!

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Are there any other reasons to pay my dues?

As a thank you for helping fund class obligations and initiatives, alumni who are current on their dues for each of the five fiscal years between our major reunions (FY15 - FY20) will be entered into a special early lottery for on-campus housing at the 10th reunion.

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I share a household with a classmate who has paid dues; does that payment cover both of us?

Please thank your housemate on our behalf.  However, dues are set on a classmate basis, not a household basis.

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