Class of 1965


Update your contact information to hear the latest Emory news, breakthroughs and events, join our online directory to remain accessible to your fellow alumni and find other Emory grads in your area, and keep up with classmates through the Class of 1965 Facebook group. A lot has changed since 1965, and Emory wants to remain a part of your life. Please stay in touch!

Reunion volunteers are the heart of Homecoming and reunions at Emory. They bring valuable knowledge of their class and encourage others to participate in class activities and class giving. Reunion volunteers do more than plan an event; they inspire others to a life-long connection at Emory. If you're interested in being part of your reunion committee, email  

Attending Reunion (Updated 04/24/2015)
Fred Barlow 64C 65G, Joe Beck 65C, Rosalyn Dunn Bush 65C, Susan Morris Cameron 65C, Nancy Beard Cooley 65C, Rick Darrow 65B, Cecelia Davis Ferman 65C, James Ferman 65B, Christopher Field 65C, Gail Gilson Geary 65C, Merry Noel Gullett 65C, Zoe McFee Hicks 63Ox 65C 76L 83L, Ben Johnson III 65C, David Kalish 65C 69G, JoAnn Hunter Kiley 65B, William Kitchens 63Ox 65C 69M 74MR 80MR, Ralph Lehr 65C 69D, Stephanie Thorpe Meiselman 65C, Sara Smith Nolan 65C, Mary Lynn Perlman Perl 65C, Bill Perry 63Ox 65C, Patricia Franklin Rauch 65C 66G, David Smith 65C 69D, Vicki Chandler Stallings 65C, Anne Lovett Sullivan 65C, Samuel Tenenbaum 65C, John Toole 65C 69M 74FM, Roberta Farley Toole 65C, Arthur Tract 65C 69M 71MR 74MR, Betty Crawford Troup 65C, Adair Roberts Massey White 65C 79G, O'Neill Williams 65C, Harvey Young 65C


Emory will always be a part of your life. Even though you are over 45 years removed from college you can still get involved with your alma mater. Help us spread the word about all that Emory has to offer as an admissions representative or serve as a career resource for alumni.


It’s a different world from 1965, but your ties to Emory will always remain — through friendships, learning and a top-notch degree you carried out into “the real world.”

For Emory to continue to provide these transformative experiences to students, we need your help. Please consider a gift to the Fund for Excellence or any area of the college or campus that made an impact on you. Help Emory live in the minds of future students as it lives in yours. Make a gift today.