Welcome Home! We are excited to welcome all Lafayette alumni back to campus as we celebrate milestone years ending in 3 and 8 (1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008, 2013, 2018)

Reunion will be celebrated from June 2 through June 4. Click here to register!

Packages, Pricing and Registration

Kids Pricing

Registration for kids 0-5 is free. Registration for kids 6-18 is $25 for all packages.

Multi-Day Package

Multi-Day Package registration fee covers the full weekend’s activities including meals, drinks throughout the weekend, a Reunion memento, and access to all programming and entertainment for the weekend. *Your registration includes a $5 gift to support the Lafayette Fund, which benefits 100% of students and every program on campus.  $250 per person ($225 early bird price)

One-Day Package

One-Day Package registration fee covers meals, drinks, a Reunion memento, and programming/entertainment on a single day (either Friday or Saturday) during Reunion Weekend. *Your registration includes a $5 gift to support the Lafayette Fund, which benefits 100% of students and every program on campus.  $175 per person ($150 early bird price)

On-Campus Housing

On Campus Housing is available to alumni (and their guests) pre-registered for a One or Multi Day Package.  Housing includes a room in an air-conditioned residence hall on campus. A basic blanket, bed linens and a towel (per person) are included. You may want to bring your own pillow, extra blanket, etc. All bathrooms are shared. $200 per room. Housing will not be available for walk-on registrations.

Reunion Schedules

Friday, June 2

Check back as more activities are added to our Reunion schedule.

9 a.m.- 7 p.m. Reunion Headquarters | Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center
Check-in for Reunion 2023 in Lafayette’s newest academic building, Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center, located on Anderson Courtyard next to Watson Hall and Acopian Engineering Center.
1 – 3 p.m. Campus Tours | Depart from Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center Atrium
Tours will leave on the hour in front of Rockwell.
1 – 3 p.m. Archives Open | Special Collections, Second Floor of Skillman Library
As the College approaches its Bicentennial, take a look back at our storied history at the College archives.
3 p.m. Chateau Chavaniac Tour | Shuttle pickup at Williams Center for the Arts
The Chateau was built as a private retreat by Allan P. Kirby ’15 and named after the birthplace of the Marquis de Lafayette. It was presented to the College by the F.M. Kirby Foundation in 1984. Learn more about this historic site, and join us for a tour!
4-6 p.m. Welcome Home Happy Hour | Donahue-Garst Plaza
Join us on Donahue-Garst Plaza in front of South College for a welcome reception with classmates and friends.
5 – 6 p.m. 50th Reunion Garden Reception | President’s House
Lafayette’s 18th President Nicole Farmer Hurd will welcome attendees to the President’s Garden for fellowship and light refreshments to welcome everyone home.
6 – 8 p.m. Welcome Dinner and Dancing sponsored by the Alumni Association | Quad under the tent
The Alumni Association welcomes all attendees back to campus for a celebratory dinner to kick off the weekend.
8:30 p.m.  Step Singing: Lafayette Alumni Chorus | Pardee Steps, north
Alumni are invited to continue the tradition begun more than a century ago when students gathered on the steps of Pardee Hall to sing in harmony, inspiring Walter C. Stier, Class of 1884, to pen the words of the Alma Mater: “We’ll gather by the twilight’s glow/In front of old Pardee.
9 – 11 p.m. Cocktails and Conversation | Farinon College Center, Atrium
For Reunion attendees who are looking for a quieter environment, feel free to head into Farinon College Center for an after dinner drink and revelry with friends.
9 – 11 p.m. Friday Night Social | The Quad
Enjoy a Friday night back on the Quad with food, beverages, and music as you reconnect.

Saturday, June 3

Check back as more activities are added to our Reunion schedule.

All Day Hospitality Stations | Markle Hall Welcome Center & Farinon
Check in for Reunion 2023 at the new Welcome Center, located in Markle Hall. Hospitality stations with light refreshments and snacks will be available for Reunion guests.
8-10 a.m. Breakfast | Drake Dining Hall, Farinon College Center 2nd Floor
Wear your wristband or pay cash at door.
8:30 a.m. Maroon Club Reunion Fun Run | Meet on the steps of Farinon College Center
10- 10:45 a.m. Coffee and Conversation with President Nicole Farmer Hurd | Schwartz Schor Plaza (behind Hogg Hall)
Learn more about the vision for the future of the College during this interactive discussion with President Nicole Farmer Hurd. A specialty coffee bar will be provided.
10:45- 11:15 a.m. Groundbreaking of McCartney II | March and McCartney Sts.
11:15 a.m. Pre-parade Social and Line-up | The Quad
Catch up with friends on the Quad for food and beverage before the Parade.
11:40 – 12 p.m. Alumni Parade on Campus | The Quad
The Parade tradition began in 1906 when alumni paraded on campus and in the following year the parade developed into the tradition many alumni remember with classes gathering downtown and marching up to the College on the Hill.
12 – 2 p.m. All Alumni Picnic | The Quad
Enjoy a casual lunch picnic featuring produce grown specifically for Reunion at Lafayette’s LaFarm.
1-3 p.m. Find your Fleck Brick | In front of Skillman Library
Fleck Society members are recognized with engraved bricks along the walkway from Markle Hall across the Quad to Colton Chapel. A Lafayette staff person will be available to assist in finding your Fleck Society Brick.
2-4:30 p.m. Class Socials | Designated spaces around the Quad
Join your classmates for an afternoon of camaraderie, activities, music, food and beverages. This year we are excited to feature Weyerbacher brewing, Shawnee Brewing Co, and Boser Geist, as well as food trucks the Flying V and Pie in a Cone.
2-4:30 p.m. Phi Delta Theta Sesquicentennial Celebration | Scott Hall
Join the brothers of Phi Delta Theta for an informal reception at Scott Hall, to recognize the founding of the Pennsylvania Alpha Chapter on June 5, 1873.
2-4:30 p.m. Kids Activities | Designated spaces around the Quad
Children of all ages are welcome during Reunion Weekend and we will have space on the Quad reserved for kid-friendly fun! There will be two face painters, a moon bounce, and games.
4 – 7 p.m. 50th Reunion Reception and Dinner | Kirby Hall of Civil Rights
Members of the Class of 1973 are invited to join President Hurd for a special reception a from 4pm to 5:30pm. Guests are then invited to Marquis Hall for a special class dinner.
5 – 6 p.m. Marquis Society and Porter Society Reception | Societe d’Honneur Plaza
Each year, Marquis Society and Porter Society members make a significant impact at Lafayette by enhancing all areas of the student experience through their leadership level support.
5:30 – 8 p.m. Class Dinners | Various locations around campus
8 – 12 p.m. Live Music: UUU | Quad Tent
Live music, dancing, dessert bar, late-night snacks, and the company of your classmates!

Sunday, June 4

8:30 – 11 a.m. Breakfast | Drake Dining Hall, Farinon College Center, second floor
Wear your wristband or pay cash at door.


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Many alumni choose to make a gift in honor of their reunion — whether that is to support a class project, impact a personally meaningful area, or to the Annual Fund. Your Reunion gift will make an immediate impact for Lafayette students and count toward any class goals. Thank you for your support!

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Upcoming Reunions

  • May 31 – June 2, 2024