Reunions

Reunion Giving


An FAQ provided by the Yale Office of Development

The reunion gift is a stretch commitment above and beyond your ongoing support. To mark a reunion, many alumni make a larger-than-usual Alumni Fund gift, while some choose a multi-year annual pledge. Others make a significant capital gift or pledge in
addition to their typical annual contribution to the Alumni Fund.

What counts in the reunion gift?

Children at Reunions


Information on bringing your family back to campus

The AYA works closely with class reunion chairs to plan a reunion schedule that includes activities and programming for children and adults alike so all may enjoy their time on campus.

2007 Fees and Financial Aid

Although you may register right up until the reunion, or even come as a walk-in, there is a deadline of May 17 for special housing or meal requests.  In the event you need to cancel, full refunds will be given until May 17, after which refunds are based on the class's recoverable costs.

Child Care


Information about our Camp Bulldog program

Camp Bulldog

The AYA contracts with Bright Horizons Family Solutions, a professional childcare provider, to offer “Camp Bulldog,” supervised programming for children on Friday, May 26 and Saturday, May 27 only.

Hotel Information


Contact information, conference codes, and rates for reunion hotels

Getting to New Haven


Information about trains, airports, parking, etc.

Campus Housing


Information and rates for on-campus housing during reunions.

Alumni may stay overnight in student rooms in the residential college that serves as reunion headquarters. Reservations are made with your reunion registration in the spring.

Reunion headquarters assignments are as follows:

Program Highlights


Here are some of the exciting activities planned for reunion weekend!

Class Programs

Reunion Sidebar 3

Day of Service Sidebar

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