Virtual Reunion 2020: October 7-11
The format of Reunion 2020 has been a hot topic of conversation for many months now. The big question was: how would we be able to bring Reunion to life while maintaining the safety and well-being of our alumnae and alumni attendees while considering the risks involved with travel and gathering during COVID-19?
The University is preparing to open in the fall with an adjusted academic calendar, hybrid courses, physical distance requirements and many other safety measures to ensure our community’s health. To align with those safety measures, the University, with special consideration, has decided to move the Reunion 2020 festivities to an online format.
With the input you provided on the draft schedule, we have worked to transition all of the fun, connectivity with classmates and Notre Dame spirit to this new virtual format. A final schedule is now available under Reunion Schedule 2020 in the menu.
Online registration will open in the coming days.
Giving is a significant part of "showing up" at Reunion. Why? Because the more individuals who support Notre Dame financially, the higher our community's chances are of receiving grants, showing the strength of our alumnae and alumni community to perspective students, and overall, supporting current students' needs.
- Highest Class Gift Total: Class of 1969
- Highest Gift Participation Rate: Class of 1959
- Largest Number of Reunion Attendees: Class of 1969