Relive your student experience by staying in campus housing (dormitories) during your Reunion. Check-in is available Thursday afternoon for the 50th Reunion Class and at noon on Friday for all other Reunion classes. Check-out for all classes is no later than noon on Sunday. A key deposit is required and will be refunded when you return your keys.
Caution! There is a reason on-campus housing is such an economical option — these are dorms, now known as residence halls. Don’t think in terms of “ambiance” or “amenities.” Few residence halls are air-conditioned. Dorm rooms come equipped with one or two single beds (debunked of course), a desk, and a dresser. You will receive one linen packet for the weekend (two sheets, a pillowcase, a towel and washcloth, and a small bar of soap). Light blankets are available, as well. You might wish to bring your own pillow, an extra blanket, a portable fan, a small reading lamp, personal toiletries, an alarm clock, etc.
Reservations for on-campus Reunion housing will be available in January when online Reunion registration goes live. If you prefer to stay in off-campus lodging, which often is booked early, you can check out these area accommodations at any time.