FAQs Regarding Reunion and COVID-19
Is Vanderbilt Reunion Weekend still planned for November 5-7, 2020?
No. Vanderbilt has made the difficult decision to postpone Reunion 2020 until the fall of 2021 after much conversation and consultation with public health experts and university leaders. We hope to announce a new Reunion date in the fall. Currently, Vanderbilt plans to host a combined celebration for all alumni whose Reunion year falls in 2020 or 2021.
Is the Homecoming football game on Saturday, November 7, canceled?
Given the change to the football schedule this fall, Vanderbilt will no longer be playing a home football game on November 7. There are no alternate plans for a Homecoming game this season.
When will we know the new Reunion date for 2021?
Reunion 2021 dates will be announced this fall and shared on the Reunion website, social media and by email to Reunion alumni in classes ending in 0, 1, 5 and 6.
Will the Reunion fundraising and counting period change?
By changing the date for Reunion 2020, we will also extend the fundraising period through December 31, 2021, for the 5s and 0s and update class fundraising goals accordingly.
I already reserved my hotel room; can I get a refund?
Please contact the hotel directly. Vanderbilt has communicated the postponement of Reunion 2020 to all hotels that offered discounts. That list can be found here.
Will Vanderbilt host any virtual events for my class in 2020?
We will email your class if we plan any virtual events for the fall.
Who can I contact if I have additional questions regarding my Reunion?
Please contact email@example.com.