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Founder's Day, Still-A-Bration, Alumni Reunion, and CME
Missouri Campus-Wide Event

October 16-18, 2014

Missouri Campus Founder's Day Campus-Wide Event Schedule

Class of 1964 and 1989 and Gold Medallion Club members - REGISTER ONLINE NOW!

Founder's Day Reunion Information Book

Reunion festivities will begin Thursday evening with a reception and dinner at Thousand Hills Dining lodge for the Classes of 1964 &1989 as well as President's Gold Medallion Club members.

New Kirksville ATSU Campus map - Lots of new construction!

Kirksville travel information available

CME information available

If you have questions or need more information, please contact Alumni Relations (

History of Founder's Day
On December 12, 1919, a memorial service was held to honor the school's founder,
Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, who had passed away on December 12, 1917. The presidents of all the classes met with Dr. George Still to plan the event, a brief ceremony in the assembly hall and a floral wreath placed on the statue of A. T. Still. It was decided then that a similar ceremony would be held each year to honor the founder of the school, and that was the beginning of Founder's Day.

Ceremonies have been held each year thereafter and enable all of us to gather to renew old ties, to make new acquaintances, and allow us to evaluate and enjoy the progress the University has made in meeting the demands of each new day.