Wondering where to stay during your Reunion? Information on all available accommodations below.
LOCAL LODGING and RENTALS
If you are sensitive to heat or have other health-related needs, we encourage you to consider staying at a local hotel, a bed and breakfast, or renting a house. A list of accommodations can be found here.
Please make reservations directly with your hotel of choice. We suggest doing so soon, as rooms are going fast! On-campus accommodations in residence halls (of which there are plenty) will also be available to all alumni, alumnae and their guests.
We have room for everyone right here on campus. What better way to slip back in time than to spend a couple of nights in a residence hall with your family and friends? Every effort is made to house classes together so you can take advantage of the lounges for impromptu gatherings. Staying in the dorms is convenient and economical, but it is not luxurious! Dorm rooms are equipped with the basics – sheets, a blanket, small towels and soap. You may want to pack an alarm clock, additional towels, and extra blanket, a fan and anything else you may need to be more comfortable. Families with small children should bring all necessary supplies. June weather in Geneva can be hot, sunny, cold and/or rainy! Most residence halls on campus are not air conditioned.
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.