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FAQs

REGISTRATION

How do I register for Reunion?

Registration will open July 29, 2019. At that time, you will receive a Reunion brochure in the mail that includes registration information. You can also register online by visiting your class web page.

How much does my Reunion cost?

In order to keep costs down, alumni only pay for events they are attending and the cost per event varies. Please visit your class web page to see a listing of events for your class. Event costs will be available when registration opens July 29. 

When will I receive more information about the weekend?

You will receive communications from the Reunion Weekend Office throughout the year including emails, mailings and the Reunion brochure, which is mailed in late July. Please contact reunion@vanderbilt.edu if you do not receive these mailings. 

How do I let my classmates know that I am attending Reunion?

If you plan to attend Reunion Weekend, you can add your name to the Planning to Attend list. By adding your name to the list you will not be registered for Reunion. It will simply indicate to other alumni that you plan to attend. Registration will open July 29, 2019. 

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS

Where do I stay during Reunion weekend?

We have reserved blocks of rooms at area hotels. You may also check out other hotels in the downtown and surrounding areas.

ATTIRE

What should I wear while at Reunion?

Dress is casual and comfortable during the day and more festive for evening parties. Young classes tend to dress more casually while older classes typically wear coat and tie to evening events. The Homecoming Tailgate is casual, fun and full of school spirit—wear your black and gold. Many events are outside, so please wear comfortable shoes.

REUNION GIVING

How do I make my Reunion gift?

You may give online or by calling (615) 322-6034. You can designate your gift to any area of Vanderbilt. We hope you will consider a gift or pledge to one or both of the university’s very highest Reunion fundraising priorities: undergraduate scholarship endowment and the unrestricted annual fund for your school. Your Reunion gift will also count toward your class goals. Learn more about Reunion giving.