With input from alums from seven decades, including years 1953-2019, a final schedule is now available. Please note that this website will carry the most up-to-date plans should anything need to change as Virtual Reunion approaches. Thank you for your patience and interest in celebrating Reunion in a brand new way! Registering for Virtual Reunion means that in early October you will receive an email with links to all of the available Reunion events, regardless of your class year. 

Please note that on the schedule below, all times are Eastern unless indicated otherwise.

Wednesday, October 7

7:00-9:00 p.m.
Class Night
Connect with your classmates over your preferred cocktail (or mocktail). Happy Hours will be arranged by class year and depend on registration numbers. Specific times for each class will be available on this page by October 1. 


Thursday, October 8

7:00 p.m.              
50th Toast with President Yam
We could not let Reunion pass without acknowledging the major milestone years, including the Class of 1970. Bring your preferred beverage and join President Marylou Yam for a class-specific update and commemorative, virtual toast.

8:00 p.m.              
25th Toast with President Yam
Reach out across the miles for a special opportunity with President Marylou Yam to honor you, the Class of 1995, on your 25th Notre Dame Reunion. Wear your favorite grunge or tie-dye for a themed toast!


Friday, October 9

3:00-7:00 p.m.           
Profession Sessions
Careers have changed this year. We invite you to share your career stories and network with other alums in your field. Please indicate the breakout group you prefer via this link. A final list of interest groups, as well as their specific meeting time in the 3-7 p.m. frame, will be available on this page on October 1. Breakout sessions will last approximately 45 minutes - 1 hour each.

7:30 p.m.
A Live Address from President Marylou Yam
There’s always something happening on campus—even when we’re apart. Learn about what faculty, students, and the University are doing during this virtual time through a live address from the president.                        


Saturday, October 10

9:00 a.m. 
How Do You Fix Your Coffee? (East Coast)
During these past few months away from each other, a new platform has emerged for normal conversation. Sample this regular event in its special Reunion format discussing volunteerism at NDMU--hear volunteer journeys from long-time and new volunteers.

12:00 p.m. (9:00 a.m. PST) 
How Do You Fix Your Coffee? (West Coast)
During these past few months away from each other, a new platform has emerged for normal conversation. Sample this regular event in its special Reunion format discussing volunteerism at NDMU--hear volunteer journeys from long-time and new volunteers.

2:30-4:30 p.m.
Alumnae and Alumni College                                              
Alumnae and Alumni College is designed with education in mind. You spent years in the classroom discussing and learning; now it's time to return to those roots. This year, our Alumnae and Alumni College will feature one, two-part program about how NDMU students and faculty are learning in the virtual space and how IMPRINT, our new program for Women's College students, is adapting to accommodate. 

7:00 p.m. 
Alumnae and Alumni Award Presentations
Regardless of location, we would like to recognize our outstanding alums in a traditional way—through a revised format. Please join us to honor the recipients of this year’s awards. Class giving totals will also be announced at this event.


Sunday, October 11   

11:00 a.m.
Reunion Mass with Montrose Society Appreciation, live-streamed and in-person* from Marikle Chapel 
Join us for this traditional Reunion mass where we will come together to remember those who have passed and pray as a Notre Dame community. We will also honor this and last year’s newest Montrose Society members with a pinning ceremony.

*It is our great hope to host Mass on campus; however, the plan may change as October approaches. If Mass is indeed held in Marikle Chapel, attendance will likely be very limited and participants will be required to complete a wellness screening prior to entering the building. Mass will be live-streamed as well.

1:00-2:00 p.m.
Interfaith and Spiritual Discussion with President Emerita, Sr. Kathleen Feeley 
Join the NDMU alumnae and alumni community for a discussion led by Sr. Feeley focused on faith at Notre Dame, the history of our strong Catholic identity, and a look to the future as we pray for the University’s next 125 years.