Logistics
How and when can I register for Reunion?
How do I get to campus? Where should I park when I arrive?
Where do I check-in when I arrive to campus?
What are the check-in hours?
How do I get around on campus once I’m checked in?
What if have specific dietary or mobility restrictions?
What should I do if I find an item someone might be looking for? Or if I lost an item?
Are there any other campus policies I need to be aware of?

Housing
What is the cost to stay in on-campus housing? What does it include?
Can I be housed with my friends?
Which dorm will I be staying in?
Can my children stay with me in on-campus housing?
Can my pet stay with me in on-campus housing?
Are the rooms air conditioned? Do they have private bathrooms?
Where can I find out about local hotels?

Amenities
Will the college provide childcare during Reunion?
Is there wireless internet service on campus?

Logistics

How and when can I register for Reunion?
Registration will open in late March 2020.

How do I get to campus? Where should I park when I arrive?
Click here to see directions to campus. Parking will be available in all campus lots. Click here for a map of campus.

Where do I check-in when I arrive to campus?
The first stop you make on campus should be Reunion Headquarters, located in the Cave at Mather Hall. Your Reunion packet will be waiting for you – it will include your name tag, the final schedule of events, and meal tickets. You may also pickup Reunion merchandise there, too. If you are staying on campus, you will receive your room assignment and keys upon arrival.

What are the check-in hours?
Reunion Headquarters will be open on Friday at 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Outside of these hours, including Thursday arrivals, please review the online schedule or program book for more information.

How do I get around on campus once I’m checked in?
Campus Safety shuttles will be available throughout the weekend to transport alumni and their guests to various campus locations.  If you need the wheelchair-accessible shuttle, please call Campus Safety at 860-297-2222 and alert them to the stop at which you are waiting.

Reunion student workers will be visible around campus in golf carts to help shuttle people, too.

What if have specific dietary or mobility restrictions?
Guests with special needs, including but not limited to accessibility, housing requirements, and food allergies, should let the college know on their registration form. We will do our best to provide a maximum level of comfort to all returning alumni. Please inform us of special needs as far in advance as possible, as such arrangements may require time to coordinate. Every reasonable attempt will be made to meet the requests. We will inform you of any requests that we are unable to accommodate.  If you require special personal assistance, please make plans to bring a care provider with you to campus.

NOTE: While we will try to accommodate guests with mobility issues, some buildings on campus are not accessible to everyone.  Guests in wheelchairs, those who use electric scooters, crutches, walkers, etc. may not be able to comfortably stay in, or visit all buildings on campus.  We apologize for this inconvenience.

What should I do if I find an item someone might be looking for? Or if I lost an item?
All found items should be turned in to Reunion Headquarters at the Cave. Lost items can also be reported or retrieved there. When possible, we will mail to your home any items found after your departure. Unfortunately, Trinity College can’t be responsible for lost or stolen items.

Are there any other campus policies I need to be aware of?
There are a few. First, please be advised that photographs and video will be taken throughout Reunion Weekend for use on Trinity’s website, social media pages, publications, and other forms of media.  By attending this event, you consent to the college photographing or videotaping you and using your image without additional permission from you.

Second, members of the college community are reminded that Connecticut State law prohibits the consumption of alcohol by anyone under the age of 21. The college will strictly enforce this policy

Housing

What is the cost to stay in on-campus housing? What does it include?
Housing costs $100 per adult. Reduced pricing is available for the 5th and 10th Reunion, children, and families of 5 or more. The price includes a dormitory room on Friday and Saturday evening and rental of sheets, pillow cases, pillows, blankets, and bath towels. Additional fees may apply for early arrivals or late reservations.

Can I be housed with my friends?
Please indicate in the housing section of the registration form if you have any special requests. We will make every effort to accommodate any special housing requests and will try to group alumni in locations by class.

Which dorm will I be staying in?
You will be staying in one of the dorm buildings on campus with your classmates! With over 400 people staying on campus during Reunion Weekend, is difficult to announce the room assignments in advance, so final room assignments will be provided when you arrive to Reunion Headquarters.

Can my children stay with me in on-campus housing?
Yes! If you plan to stay in on-campus housing with your children, be sure to indicate that on your registration form. An Alumni Relations representative will follow up with you to make sure your needs are met

Can my pet stay with me in on-campus housing?
No, pets are not allowed in college housing. Your pets are welcome to join you for the weekend, however if you are staying on campus, you will have to make arrangements for them to sleep elsewhere.

Are the rooms air conditioned? Do they have private bathrooms?
Some dorms are air conditioned and others are not, if this is a cause for concern, please contact us directly. The majority of dorm rooms do not have private bathrooms. Please keep in mind that you will be housed in the same dormitories that you remember from your years as students, communal bathrooms and all.

Where can I find out about local hotels?
Please visit our hotel information page for details on room blocks and local hotels.

Amenities

Will the college provide childcare during Reunion?
Trinity does not provide childcare during Reunion. However, there will be child-centered activities throughout the weekend. Reunion weekend is a great blend of family friendly activities and alumni-only events.  We invite you to register your children to attend most of the Reunion events and meal functions.  We’ll enhance your children’s experience with family-friendly activities on Friday during the Clambake and Saturday during the cookout.

Is there wireless internet service on campus?
Yes! Please review the Reunion Program Book when you arrive. Information about accessing the guest network, including user names and passwords, will be provided.