Reunion 2016, June 3 – 5

The Reunion 2016 event schedule is being worked on as we speak! As usual, you can look forward to campus tours, the Reunion Alumni Parade, Mini College classes, and dancing on the Quad - in addition to special celebrations for all Classes from 1941 (75th Reunion) through 2011 (5th Reunion). Registration materials and a complete weekend schedule will be sent out in the spring of 2016. Here are a few highlights that will give you an idea of what to expect when you arrive back on campus.

Friday, June 3

5th Annual HWS Classic Golf Tournament
Mini College Courses
Tours of Hanley Preserve*, the William Scandling Excursion*, HWS Fribolin Farm*, Historic Geneva and Rose Hill Mansion
Guided Walking Tours of Campus
Tour de Finger Lakes Bike Ride*
Davis Gallery Show
Street Party on Pulteney and Mug Night

Saturday, June 4

Sunrise Fitness Activities
President’s State of the Colleges
Alums on Parade
Lunch and Reunion Forum on the Quad*
Alumni Book Signings
Family Festival, FingerLakes Wine & MicroBeer Festival, Campus Open Houses, Greek Open Houses
Kid’s Camp, Teen Night
All Classes Reception
Dinner on the Quad*
Dessert, Fireworks, Music, Photo Booth, and the Oaks Tent – all on the Quad!

*This symbol means that pre-registration is required.

50th Reunion Echo and Pine

Classes of 1966: Take part in a 50th Reunion tradition by sharing your reflections with your classmates and commemorating this milestone year. Fill out the online form here.

Click here to download the 50th Reunion Echo and Pine form as a PDF.


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