Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register for Reunion?
What will the weather be like?
Early October in Baltimore can be sunny and warm, or rainy and cool. Our events will be both in and outdoors and while days may be warm, evenings may be chilly. Packing layers will help.
Please check the forecast before making the journey to campus.
What is the Reunion dress code?
Casual! Reunion is meant to be a fun and easy time to reconnect. Any particular dress code or suggestion will be added to specific event descriptions in the schedule. Otherwise, dress for comfort.
What meals are available and what's on the menu? What if I have dietary restrictions?
There are a few events where food will be served: luncheons, dinners, and various gatherings. All menus include options for vegans, vegetarians, and those who are gluten-free. Though if you have a particular dietary need (even if it's one of the aforementioned), please inform us by Thursday, September 27 so our dining service may prepare.
Class of 1968 Luncheon and Pinning Ceremony
Plated soup and sandwich luncheon
Light appetizers and snacks
Class of 1993 Happy Hour and Silver Anniversary Toast
Heavy hors d'oeuvres
Antipasto, various kinds of sliders, shrimp & grits, potstickers, and more
Plated salad and entree pasta luncheon
Open bar (including mimosas)
Beer and Wine Tasting
Samples of local Maryland beverages and light snacks
Non-alcoholic options available
Taste of Maryland Dinner
Mini crab cakes, Maryland crab soup, pasta, salad, pit beef, ham, and turkey, and more!
Cash bar (including orange crushes)
Frittata, french toast casserole, hash browns, fruit, and more!
Where can I stay?
Please review Lodging for information about room blocks secured by the University at local hotels. Campus dormitories are reserved for student use.
Where do I go when I arrive on campus?
Please make your first stop the Doyle Lawn Tent to check in and receive your Reunion materials. A printed schedule of events will be provided upon arrival.
Walk-in registration will be available at check-in.
Are children welcome?
Children are welcome to attend Reunion. Activities (think arts and crafts, board games, sidewalk chalk, etc.) will be available in Noyes Alumnae House for children to use at their leisure.
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide organized childcare and supervision. Parents: please plan accordingly.
We invite children to join us for dinner on Friday and Saturday evening of Reunion Weekend. Pricing for those 18 and under is listed on the Reunion Registration form.
Will I get to meet current students at Reunion?
Yes! Current students will be part of Reunion activities throughout the weekend and there will be plenty of opportunities to connect.
What's the Common Read?
Every year all students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to read a common selection to inspire discussion. Alumnae and alumni are welcome to join the conversation! A special session to discuss the book will be held on Friday of Reunion Weekend.
The 2018 Common Read will be Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd.
What's the cost to attend Reunion? What's the refund policy?
For the most part, events are free. Fees are mostly associated with food/beverage events. Costs are listed on the Reunion Registration form.
Reunion is very affordable. If you were to sign up to attend all the events during Reunion before the early-bird deadline, you'd pay a maximum of $100. After the early-bird deadline you'd pay a maximum of $140. The early-bird deadline is Thursday, September 27 at 11:59 p.m.
Unfortunately, we are unable to grant refunds after September 27.
Where do I park on campus?
There will be ample parking on and around campus. More information will be available in August. Stay tuned!