There are a number of events each year geared towards the continued growth and involvement of the Jesuit alumni community. Explore the various ways that you can get involved with your fellow alumni and give back to Jesuit.
Alumni Ranger round up
Join us throughout the year as Jesuit graduates celebrate everything that makes our Alma Mater great. Visit the Ranger Round Up
page to see when the next event is, or email Sean McMullen
to get involved with planning an upcoming event.
We appreciate your support for the 2013 Blue and Gold: A Celebration of Jesuit Athletics and Jesuit Sports Hall of Fame! Keep in touch for details regarding the 2014 event on April 25.
The Jesuit Alumni Phonathon is the annual alumni drive that allows alumni of all ages to contribute to the current and future students at Jesuit Dallas. Since its inception, the Jesuit Alumni Phonathon, one of the most successful alumni pledge drives in the nation, has provided over $6.5 million in financial support to Jesuit and provides financial assistance for 1 out of every 4 current students each year. Because of the dedication of Jesuit alumni, both as phonathon volunteers and through their generous donations, Jesuit Dallas is able to continue the great tradition of offering our unique educational opportunity to young men based on their character and not on their family's ability to pay the cost of tuition.
Join members of the Jesuit Dallas community for the Siptember Brew Review. The entrance fee is $20 and includes food samples paired with a five-course tasting menu in addition to a number of giveaways. Limited space is available.
All alumni of Jesuit and their sons are invited to join us for the Sons of Alums Breakfast. Visit the Sons of Alums Breakfast page for more details about the next event.
Jesuit's annual Adopt-a-Family program, a joint partnership with the Jesuit Women's Auxiliary and the Jesuit Alumni Association, helps over 100 families in the DFW area have a Merry Christmas. Working with local community agencies, deserving individuals are identified and Christmas lists are submitted for each "adopted" family.