The following policies are in place to ensure Reunion Weekend 2022 will be a safe and healthy celebration. Upon completing the Reunion registration form, all guests are asked to attest that they understand the following policies.

Vaccination Requirement
The college requires all visitors to campus, including all Reunion attendees and vendors, to demonstrate proof of vaccination. Proof of vaccination may be provided in the form of your government-issued card (or a clear photo or copy of that card where all information is legible) or via apps specializing in vaccine verification, such as CLEAR.

  • Reunion attendees aged 12 and older must provide proof upon arrival to campus that they have received either one dose of the J&J vaccine or two doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine and at least 2 weeks have passed since completing the course of vaccination. 
  • Reunion attendees under the age of 12 may attend Reunion Weekend without demonstrating proof of vaccination but will be required to wear a surgical-type, minimum ASTM level 1, or KN95 mask in all indoor settings regardless of the general masking policies in place (cloth masks are only permitted if used as part of double masking). Children without proof of vaccination may be subject to additional COVID-19 safety precautions, to be announced by the college in advance of Reunion Weekend. 

Symptom Self-Monitoring 
We ask all Reunion attendees to agree to self-monitor for symptoms before and during the weekend and agree to the following: 

  • Alumni or guests registered to attend Reunion Weekend will not attend if they develop COVID-19 symptoms. 
  • If a Reunion attendee or their guests become symptomatic or test positive at any time during the event, they will leave campus and follow up with a primary health care provider or seek treatment at a medical facility in the local community. 

Masking and Other Policies
The college will determine any additional policies regarding masking, social distancing, or other health and safety precautions based on the conditions closer to the event. 

While these health and safety policies create a safer environment to gather for Reunion Weekend, we ask all Reunion attendees to understand that COVID-19 is an extremely contagious virus and spreads easily through person-to-person contact and that attendees are taking risks by attending in-person events. 

The college continues to monitor developments in the COVID-19 pandemic. Plans for Reunion Weekend 2022 remain subject to change based on developments locally, statewide, and nationally, as well as changes in college policy. This website will be updated to reflect any changes to those policies. You can stay up-to-date about the college’s response to COVID-19, including current safety protocols in place at the college, by visiting the college’s advisories website.