50th Reunion and Commencement

50th Reunion and Commencement

Plan Your Reunion

2017 Corpus Cordis Aureum

Mark your calendar for the 2017 Emory University Graduation and Corpus Cordis Aureum Weekend - May 6-8, 2017.

Corpus Cordis Aureum, which is Latin for the golden corps of the heart, celebrates all Emory alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago.

Two of Emory Commencement Weekend's signature events are designed especially for alumni celebrating their 50-year class reunions as well as alumni from earlier classes. On Commencement Sunday, Corpus Cordis Aureum (CCA) inducts new members at a ceremony at the Miller-Ward Alumni House. Each new inductee will receive a specially commissioned medallion to keep and wear at all future Corpus Cordis Aureum activities. Previously inducted members are invited back to be recognized.

On Commencement Monday, all members of Corpus Cordis Aureum, including previous inductees, are invited to march during the University's Commencement procession. Clad in gold robes donned during a breakfast reception in Candler Library, Corpus Cordis Aureum members enter the quadrangle with the graduating class and sit at the front in the VIP section. During the ceremony, Corpus Cordis Aureum is invited to stand and be recognized, symbolizing all Emory alumni.

For more information visit Emory's Corpus Cordis Aureum program page,

50th Reunion for the Class of 1967

On Saturday, May 6, the School of Nursing is planning a special day of activities just for the Class of 1967 reunion. We invite you back to campus during this time to reconnect with each other, see changes within the school, and celebrate Emory and the nursing profession.

If you are a member of the Class of 1967 and would like specific information about the activities planned for your class or would like to help plan your class reunion, please contact Kate Balconi at 404.727.3348 or kate.balconi@emory.edu