Easy as 1, 2, 3

  1. Register early to ensure you get an on-campus accommodation! Rooms must be reserved by May 1.
  2. Everyone in your group has to register and pay for a bed before the group is assigned a room or suite.
  3. When you arrive on campus for Reunion, pick up your keys at Reunion Headquarters in the Commons on Friday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.and on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. If you arrive at any other time, pick up your housing keys at Public Safety, located in Pepin Services Building.


The cost of housing for Reunion is $75 per person per night. Each guest must register for their own bed.

Reserving Rooms

Rooms must be reserved by May 1 and will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. While the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations will try to accommodate as many people as possible, we cannot guarantee that requests for specific housing or roommates will be met. A space will be provided on the registration form for you to indicate those alumni you would like to be grouped with either as roommates or suitemates. Anyone registering for a room must also register for Reunion.


Registrants for Reunion housing must register for an individual bed for each person staying in on-campus housing. Even if you plan to share a bed, fire code regulations require every person staying in the dorm to have a bed reserved under their own name. Portable cribs or pack-n-play type beds for children are permitted, though not provided through on-campus housing.


All linens provided for the weekend are property of the university. All towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, etc. should remain in McLendon Hall following the weekend. Guests will be charged for any linens not returned.

Group Residence Hall Reservations

Alumni groups may request to be housed together in a suite. Suites have either two or three bedrooms and hold either four or six people, so a maximum of six people may request to be roomed together in a single suite. These requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served, basis subject to the general housing limitations set forth in the Reserving Rooms section above. We cannot guarantee being able to accommodate all group requests based on the number of requests and limited housing stock. The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations reserves the right to refuse group housing to groups or individuals who have caused damage or disrupted other weekend attendees in the past.


Housing is provided to alumni and their guests in clean condition and good repair. As good stewards of your alma mater, we expect that it will be returned in the same condition. If the housing you are provided is damaged during your stay, all occupants registered for the space will be financially responsible for the costs to repair and/or clean the housing provided and may no longer be permitted to stay on campus in the future.



Register for Reunion