Cornell Class of 1966
Dear '66 Classmates,
It's January, and that means it's time to pay your 2019-20 Class of '66 dues! We are writing to you as your class presidents to wish you all the best in this new year, and to ask for your annual support of our class treasury - and to share how paying dues benefits our class and Cornell.
Why pay Annual Class Dues?
Some Facts about Class Dues
What's the Next Step?
Thanks for your support of the Cornell Class of '66.
All the best for a terrific 2019!
...Rolf and John
DUES YEAR: July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020
INFO YOU NEED:
To pay dues online:
Prefer to send by regular mail?
Download and print our dues card here
Questions? Moved? New Email? Update you contact info:
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Site Updated: Jan. 17, 2019