Class of 1969 50th Reunion
Thank you for coming! Official reunion registration will begin online March 1st. You can sign up then for campus housing, special events, programs, class dinners, and much more.
In the meantime, our 50th Reunion website is an exciting way to reconnect and rediscover what the Class of 1969 has been doing since we last met. Even if you're not planning to return to campus June 7-9, you can share ideas and news here. It all starts with your Profile.
Getting Started: Create your Profile and login password. Click Classmates Profiles (tab at top) or Join Here (upper right Sign-In box). Find your name on the list. Click it. Follow the 4-Step Profile Wizard prompts. Upload photos and/or videos. Write captions or comments. TIP: Read First-Time Visitors page for instructions and learn about our class website. You can always come back later to expand or edit your Profile. By the way, be sure to do BOTH: Register for the Reunion, AND create a Profile on the class website. Creating a Profile doesn’t register you to attend the reunion, and vice versa.
Navigating 50th Reunion Website:
· Go to Not Yet Joined This Site (left sidebar menu) to encourage classmates to join the website and come to the 50th Reunion June 7-9 on campus.
· Check out Where Are They? Page to see any of your friends on these lists that you know how to get in touch with. Please do. Ask them to join us here.
· Take a look at the Tentative Reunion Schedule. Lots of fun stuff is planned. Special 50th Reunion events for our Class of 1969 are highlighted.
Follow and post comments on the Discussion Threads page on just about any topic. Terrific forum. Although “politics” is not verboten, we’re hoping for healthy and civil discourse relating in some way to the College and its graduates.
We look forward to seeing you face to face in June. In the meantime, we hope to see you here online.
Note: This nifty new Class of 1969 website is a work in progress, created by Class of 1969 volunteers and the Office of Alumni Affairs. All of us are still learning how to do it, so we welcome your patience and help. Tell us what you’ve been up to!