Welcome to the Alumni Class of 2001

 

Community

Class of 2001 on Twitter

We have a Class Twitter account: http://https//twitter.com/Cornell2001. If you’re on Twitter, let us know! We’d love to follow fellow classmates.

If you don’t have a Twitter account, sign up to follow the Class’ latest updates!

Class of 2001 on Facebook

Join our official Class of 2001 Facebook page! Get the most up to date information on Class events around the world as well as reconnect with old friends. We’ll be using our Facebook page to announce important information and upcoming events – so you’ll want to check it out often!

We're in the process of moving from our Facebook group to a Facebook page, so if you have joined our group in the past, be sure to also go 'Like' our new page for the latest updates!

Update your contact information

Make sure your contact information is up to date so you get all the important details about our Class and Cornell activities. There's two ways you can update your information!

Option 1: On the left-hand column, click on My Community, then click on My profile, then click on Edit my profile near the upper right-hand corner.

Option 2: Update your information at http://alumni.cornell.edu/services/update-info.cfm by simply filling out the form and submitting your changes. Cornell will match up your information for you and make the updates.

Help find Missing Classmates

Did you know Cornell doesn't have current contact information for some classmates? Help us keep in touch by reviewing the list of missing classmates and either sending us updated contact info at classof2001@cornell.edu or asking missing classmates to update their Cornell contact information themselves, using the instructions above.

Class Notes

Keep your classmates updated on what you’ve been doing! Email our class correspondent, Nicole Neroulias Gupte (nicolemn6@gmail.com), and she'll make sure to let everyone know what’s new in your life and what you’ve got planned!

Missed any past Class Notes? Catch up on what your fellow classmates are doing by checking out past issues of the Cornell Alumni Magazine. To protect classmate privacy, Class Notes are available securely through the Cornell Alumni Magazine to members of the Cornell community.

Photo Sharing

By sharing your photos you are consenting to have them posted to a public photo gallery and retained as the property of the Cornell Class of 2001 for future use. We reserve the right to remove posted photos we deem inappropriate for public viewing. To share photos with the Class of 2001, please email them to classof2001@cornell.edu.

Get and stay involved with the Class of 2001

Become a Class Officer

Interested in channeling your Cornell spirit? Instead of just singing the alma mater, why not loan us your leadership and talents as one of our class officers?

We have several offices still needing to be filled. Being a class officer is a great way to reconnect to the university and old classmates. Please consider volunteering your time and helping the Class of 2001. You can sculpt the future of the Class of 2001 by helping to connect our classmates to each other and Cornell.

Class Officers plan and implement activities that keep you and our classmates in touch. It's a modest time commitment and you're working with the Cornell staff and our class leaders. Please click on the class officer roles for a description of the different positions. Of course, the Cornell staff, other officers, and past officers will assist you. 

Contact your class officers at classof2001@cornell.edu if you are interested in getting involved or if you have any questions.

Plan Events 

The Class of 2001 is always looking for new ideas to bring our classmates together! 

Happy hours, wine tours, academic lectures, museum visits, and more! We want to have a number of events every year! Be sure to check out our Events tab for upcoming class events!

If you have any ideas for an event, or would like to host or help us plan an event, please contact us at classof2001@cornell.edu. We are always looking for classmate participation.

Pay Dues 

Please support your class! It’s super easy to pay your class dues online

Why should you pay your class dues? Because dues are used to sponsor Class of 2001 activities, including Reunion 2016! By paying your class dues, you maintain your class membership and can receive the Cornell Alumni Magazine. In addition, dues payers can take advantage of the Dues Payers Rewards Program, which entitles you to great rewards and special discounts at Cornell, in and around Ithaca, and where you live and travel. Check out all the details online and scroll down to the Class Dues & Membership Rewards section. If you have suggestions on Rewards that would be valuable to you as a dues payer, please contact us at classof2001@cornell.edu and share your ideas! 

Pay your class dues

Online via the secure online gift form

Check made payable to:
Cornell University
Box 223623
Pittsburgh, PA 15251-2623

Phone with a credit card
Call 1-800-279-3099

Raise Funds 

To help ensure that future generations of Cornellians have access to a world-class education and a life-changing campus experience, as well as to attract and nurture the world’s best teachers, scholars, and mentors, please donate to the Cornell Annual Fund. Whether you support athletics, scholarship funds, your college, or one of the hundreds of student organizations, every dollar counts! It’s never been easier to give back by setting up a recurring gift and/or a matching gift. Please give a gift online and learn more about the Cornell Annual Fund. 

If you are interested in helping with the Class Reunion Campaign or the Cornell Annual Fund, please contact Sarah Binder (sbinder@gmail.com) or Lora Epstein (loraepstein@gmail.com).

What is the difference between dues and gifts?

Class dues are paid by individual classmates to become formal members of the class. A subscription to the Cornell Alumni Magazine can be included in the class dues. In addition, class members benefit from the new Dues Payers Rewards Program, which offers unique discounts to class members. Membership fees go into the class treasury and support class activities, such as reunion. A gift is very different - it is dedicated to either serving the university through restricted or unrestricted support and does not go towards class activities. (Note: restricted support means there are specifics about how the monies can be spent; unrestricted support means the university has autonomy in the use of the gift.)

Network with Classmates

Keep your classmates updated on what you’ve been doing!

Email our class correspondent, Nicole Neroulias Gupte (nicolemn6@gmail.com), and she’ll make sure to let everyone know what’s new in your life and what you’ve got planned!

Missed any past Class Notes? Catch up on what your fellow classmates are doing by checking out past issues of the Cornell Alumni Magazine. To protect classmate privacy, Class Notes are available securely through the Cornell Alumni Magazine to members of the Cornell community. 

If any of these opportunities interest you, please let us know! In addition, if you have any other comments, ideas, or suggestions please don't hesitate to share. This is YOUR class, so please contact us at classof2001@cornell.edu.