Class Giving Stories

The Commerce Class of 1991 raised an astounding $800K and counting in honour of their 25th reunion.

In celebration of their 30th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1986 established the Commerce 1986 Award in Memory of Jeffrey Brock, who was the President of ComSoc in his graduating year.  This award is given to a recipient in their third or fourth year of Commerce that demonstrates similar qualitie

In the fall of 2010, Commerce ’80 celebrated their 30th reunion and set an ambitious goal of raising $1 million to help qualified students in financial need enroll in the Commerce program.

In celebration of their 5th reunion, the Commerce Class of 2010 has chosen to support the Queen’s Commerce Bursary Fund. The Queen’s Commerce Bursary Fund helps the school attract the best and brightest students from around the world while removing financial barriers.

To commemorate their 20th reunion, the Class of Commerce 1995 has established the BCom 1995 Award. The Award will support students entering the first year of the Queen’s Commerce program on the basis of financial need and academic achievement and is renewable for four years.

In honour of their 25th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1989 established The Commerce 1989 Award. This award given to students entering the Commerce program is based on both financial need and academic merit.

In honour of their 50th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1964, led by the late Wayne Musselman and Milton Hess, grew their BCom’64 Endowment Fund. The class' fund supports the Commerce ’64 Fellow in Managerial Economics.

Consider it a helping hand reaching out across the decades. A gift from one group of Queen’s students who – grateful to their school – decided to pay it forward and help a new generation.

The BCom’88 25th anniversary class reunion in October 2013 sparked countless memories of our time at Queen’s. Classmates came from far and wide to reconnect, reminisce and reflect on how far we’ve come since our wide-eyed frosh days.

Diyang Lu, Comm’18, was just nine-years-old when Fred Troop, Gordon Konantz, and their classmates marked their 50th anniversary reunion by creating the Commerce 1954 Entrance Scholarship. Little did Diyang know that ten years on, he would receive such a scholarship.

In the fall of 2013, the BCom’87s established the Comm’87 award. This is an endowed fund as a legacy for their class and allows them to provide financial assistance to deserving Commerce students year after year.

To celebrate their 15th reunion, the Commerce Class of 2002 we will be supporting their class award, the Commerce 2002 Leadership Entrance Award. This annual entrance award is given to an incoming first year Commerce student on the basis of financial need and leadership potential.