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SWOSU 1901 Society Gathers at Tulsa Reception

SWOSU 1901 SocietyAmong the Southwestern Oklahoma State University alumni gathering in Tulsa for a SWOSU 1901 Society reception were (from left) Clarke Hale (10), Kurt Winden (85), Jim Mitschke (64), Tonya Mitschke, Herb Genatowski (66), Trish Mapel, Thomas Mapel (02) and Jessica Perry (14).

Alumni, emeriti and friends of Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) with locations in Weatherford and Sayre gathered recently in Tulsa at a reception hosted by the SWOSU 1901 Society.

The SWOSU 1901 Society is a giving society of charitable donors who contribute to the university on a monthly basis. Society members contribute a minimum of $19.01 per month and in turn receive membership in the SWOSU Alumni Association as well as invitations to exclusive events and gatherings.

The Tulsa reception for the SWOSU 1901 Society was held at Roosevelt’s.

The SWOSU 1901 Society is coordinated by the SWOSU Foundation, Inc. The Foundation was established in 1977 to promote philanthropy and distribute funds to support the activities and programs of SWOSU. Located on the Weatherford campus in the historic Burton House, the Foundation currently stewards over $25 million in assets for the benefit of SWOSU. 

For information on how to join the SWOSU 1901 Society, please call the SWOSU Office of Institutional Advancement or visit