Falcon Flames Vow Renewal

We encourage Falcon Flames to make a gift to BGSU’s Center for Family & Marriage Research. Gifts made from this page will register you for the event. To register without making a gift go to tinyurl.com/bgsuffvr

Falcon Flames Vow Renewal

Did you meet your spouse as BGSU students, or did you find each other after graduation? Regardless of when or where you met, when two Falcon Alumni come together and get married, you become Falcon Flames!

Join us on the Bowling Green campus at Prout Chapel on Saturday, September 17, 2022 at 11:00 a.m. as we celebrate the love our Falcon Flames have for each other and for BGSU. President Rodney K. Rogers will officiate the vow renewal ceremony.

In honor of this event, we encourage Falcon Flames to make a gift of $19.22 or more to BGSU’s Center for Family & Marriage Research. Gifts made from this page will register you for the event. 

To register without making a gift click here.

This is a free event, and those who pre-register will receive the following:

  • Participation in the vow renewal ceremony – taking place on the lawn outside Prout Chapel
  • Professional portrait photo of you and your spouse taken inside of Prout Chapel
  • Official Vow Renewal certificate – signed by President Rodney K. Rogers
  • Commemorative BGSU Vow Renewal button

Registration must be received on or prior to August 31, 2022.

Questions? Please email stewardship@bgsu.edu, or call 419-372-7600.

 

About the National Center for Family & Marriage Research

The National Center for Family & Marriage Research (NCFMR) was established in 2007 to improve our understanding of how family structure is linked to the health and well-being of children, adults, families, and communities and to inform policy development and programmatic responses.

The NCFMR’s mission is threefold: research, training, and dissemination. Their team of faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate students:

  • Supports research on key questions about the effects of family structure and processes on the health and well-being of children, adults, families, and communities as well as the influences of programs and policies on marriage;
  • Builds research capacity with improved data and methods and brings together a multidisciplinary network of scholars;
  • Mentors and trains students and junior professionals, ensuring advancement in research on family structure; and
  • Translates research to broad communities, e.g., researchers, practitioners, and policymakers.

More information about the NCFMR can be found online at https://www.bgsu.edu/ncfmr.html.