Joining a Reunion Committee is a fun and important way to be involved with the college. Committee members help plan class events and encourage fellow classmates to come back to campus and reconnect with the college and classmates. Together, volunteers create a memorable experience.
In some anniversary years-10th, 25th, 40th and 50th-each class will have its own milestone reunion.
In other years-5th, 15th, 20th, 30th, 35th and 45th-each class will come together with two other consecutive classes to enjoy a larger cluster reunion. To make this possible, some classes will be having these particular reunions a year off schedule. And, in order to give every class the widest possible contact with other classes, the schedule staggers cluster reunions.
Reunion Volunteer Resources
One Committee, Two Jobs
Social Media Campaigns
Find out more about volunteering and view resources below.
Reunions are a time of special celebration. Not only are milestone classes encouraged to come back to campus and reunite with friends, but these special occasions are also an opportunity for your class to work together to present a gift to the college to support future students and leave a legacy from the class.
10th, 25th and 40th Reunions
The 10th, 25th and 40th milestone reunions are celebrated during fall reunion
weekend along with the 5th, clusters and 50+ reunion classes.
The 50th milestone reunion is celebrated in conjunction with Commencement
weekend in May.
Cluster reunions are an opportunity for classes to come together with other classes immediate before or after their graduation year, providing a chance to see a larger group of friends and classmates. The goal for cluster reunion volunteers is primarily to encourage reunion attendance.