(Couples who are both classmates are recommended to register separately.)
(Prices go up on May 1 and again on-site.)
On-campus housing MUST BE BOOKED BY APRIL 30 @ 5pm EDT or you risk not having access to yard housing and special requests cannot be accomodated after April 30.
On-site registration and check-ins will take place at Reunion Headquarters in Phillips Brooks House (at the northwest corner of the Old Yard, adjacent to Holworthy, Mower, and Stoughton Halls). Staff will be at the registration desk beginning at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, May 28, and continuing daily thereafter from 8:00 am (7:00 am on Commencement day) until midnight. Your registration packet will contain your room assignment, a final program guide, a list of registered classmates (with their cell phone numbers and email addresses), any special tickets you may need, and other useful materials.
If you arrive at Phillips Brooks House after midnight, a security guard will be able to give you your room assignment and registration packet; reunion favors, however, must be picked up during the regular registration desk hours.
Once you have received your registration materials, student bellhops and shuttles will be available to help bring you and your luggage to your assigned housing. When you arrive at your assigned dorm, a student bellhop will assist you with your room keys and electronic access cards and then help you move in.
Tickets and Name Badges
Your registration packet will contain name badges for you and your family; these will be required for admission to all reunion events, including meals. Please wear your name badge at all times during Reunion. Each registered classmate will receive a single ticket for admission to Harvard Yard for Thursday’s Commencement Exercises that, in turn, will allow you to march with the Class and attend Commencement activities in Tercentenary Theatre on Thursday morning. Space limitations do not allow spouses and guests to attend the morning’s Commencement Exercises; however, they may view the activities on television monitors to be set up in the Science Center.
All package offerings include events, meals, reunion favors, access to parking, transportation, all printed guides, and the assistance of bellhops and other student staff. Please note that support for the students who perform various duties throughout reunion week is greatly appreciated and may be given to the students in the form of gratuities.
No refunds will be issued after May 1 at 5pm EDT because reservations and head counts will have been confirmed with caterers. All refund requests should be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to Michele Blanc at 617-495-0434.
Your Reunion Program Committee is dedicated to making the Reunion financially feasible for all classmates. The online registration form contains both full- and part-time pricing options. Although the University generously subsidizes the cost of the Twenty-fifth Reunion, we recognize that for some classmates the cost of attending Reunion may be a hardship. In those situations, some financial assistance is available, and a waiver of fees will be made on a first-come, first-served basis. Requests for financial assistance should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. All requests will be considered and will remain confidential. We regret that we cannot assist with transportation costs.