A: All classes ending in 0 or 5: 2010, 2005, 2000, 1995, etc.
Q: What if I am not in a milestone Reunion but would still like to attend Reunion weekend?
A: NO PROBLEM! Everyone is welcome back to reunion, no questions asked! If you haven't received anything in the mail by mid-April, please contact the alumni office at 315-268-6467 or email@example.com to make sure your address is up-to-date.
Q: When will we receive registration materials?
A: Registration materials will arrive early spring. You will also be able to register on-line at www.clarksonalumni.com/reunion or call the alumni office at 315-268-6467.
Q: What does the registration fee include?
A: The registration fee covers the entertainment Friday and Saturday evenings and all other entertainment, the magic show with Prof. Jim Peploski, Knight Classes (except the wine and whisky tastings), guest speakers, campus tours, as well as the Dean’s Luncheon, the Alumni Admission Volunteer reception, access to the fitness center, canoe house and family ice skate.
Q: What type of lodging is available Reunion Weekend?
A: All classes will be housed on-campus. Members of your class are housed together. Your class is assigned to a dormitory based on the numbers that are returning for your class. Single and double rooms are available. Please make note on your registration form if special housing arrangements are needed. RV's please park in lower Cheel Campus Center lot or Walker Arena.
Q: Can I make arrangements to be housed with friends?
A: Make sure to note on your registration the names of those with whom you would like to share a room or who you would like to be housed nearby. If you are planning to share a room with someone, both parties should indicate that they will be rooming with each other on the registration form.
Q: Are pets allowed on campus?
A: We are sorry, but no pets are allowed on campus. Please make alternate arrangements.
Q: If I have special dietary requirements, will arrangements be made?
A: Yes. Please indicate on your registration form if you have special dietary requirements. Dining and conference services will make the necessary arrangements.
Q: What should I pack?
A: We recommend packing casual clothes for most of the weekend. If you are going to be inducted into the Golden Year’s Club, are planning a festive class dinner or are receiving special recognition, you might want to pack a casual jacket or business casual clothing. In case of rain or cold weather, bring slickers, sweaters and umbrellas. Playpens and portable cribs should be on young families' lists.
Q: Anything else I should know?
A: Every guest will be provided linens, 1 blanket, 1 pillow and a set of towels. Bring fans if it should get too hot and an alarm clock.
Dorms are NOT air-conditioned.
If you have additional questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 315-268-6467.