Reunion 2016: June 9-12, 2016
Join your classmates in Ithaca for our 15th Year Reunion!
Download an electronic copy of the Reunion brochure here.
View Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) here.
Be sure to check out who’s coming to Reunion here. And if you don’t see your friends listed, be sure to contact them and encourage them to register!
You can get additional details about child care, transportation, housing, university-sponsored events, and register for the weekend at alumni.cornell.edu/reunion.
To take advantage of the special early bird discount rates, your registration must be submitted online by midnight EST on May 10. And as a special treat, the first 30 classmates to register will receive their choice of a special souvenir upon arrival at class headquarters.
We are working hard to create a Reunion that captures the spirit of the Class of 2001. To that end, we are collecting information about your Cornell experience which will be incorporated into our class Reunion programming. Please assist us in these efforts by completing our class registration survey. A link to the survey will be included in your registration confirmation e-mail. And as a thank you, every classmate who completes a survey will be entered into a raffle to receive one of two $100 gift certificates to the Cornell Campus Store.
Didn’t receive an e-mail or postcard with reunion details? This means we don’t have your current contact information. You can update your contact information here.
Don't want to register online? While we encourage online registration, you can download a printable form here.
For the full range of Reunion events and activities, visit alumni.cornell.edu/reunion and build your own itinerary. Please note that the itinerary builder and full list of events will be available around April 29, so be sure to check back then!
Below is the schedule of Reunion 2016 events sponsored by the Class of 2001:
Thursday, June 9
Check-In and fall in love with Cornell again, Class Headquarters Open, Low Rise 9, North Campus
Class of 2001 Dinner and Game Night, Low Rise 9 Headquarters Tent
Friday, June 10
Class Headquarters Open for Check-In, Low Rise 9
Class of 2001 Breakfast, with Guest Speaker Professor Karl Pillemer, Ph.D., Klarman Hall (the new humanities building on the Arts Quad)
Classes of 2001, 1996, and 1991 Present: Intro to Wines Class, Grand Carrier Ballroom, Statler Hotel ($15 tickets, pre-registration required; please note that no one under the age of 21, including children, will be admitted)
Class of 2001 Dinner – Ba-Li Cravings Mediterranean Cuisine, Low Rise 9 Headquarters Tent
Class of 2001 Afterhours – Dessert Bar, Low Rise 9 Headquarters Tent
Saturday, June 11
Class Headquarters Open for Check-In, Low Rise 9
Class of 2001 Reception and Dinner, Class Photo, Officer Elections, and Class of 2001 Achievement Awards, with special musical guest, Grand Carrier Ballroom, Statler Hotel (a digital file of the class photo will be sent to all classmates)
Class of 2001 Afterhours – Shortstop Deli Feast, Low Rise 9 Headquarters Tent
Sunday, June 12
Class of 2001 Breakfast, Low Rise 9 Headquarters Tent
Check-Out, Reunion 2016 ends... See you June 10-13, 2021!
Ways to Contribute to Reunion
We are planning an amazing weekend for Reunion 2016 but we need your help to pull it off. We are looking for classmates that can help us with the following items:
- Someone who will allow us to use their Apple TV, Amazon Fire, or other device so that we can stream Internet and other media for your entertainment at class headquarters
- Donations such as souvenirs, wine, beer, or other supplies
- Pictures from our time at Cornell (and scanned copies of event flyers if you still have them)
- We are looking for individuals to sponsor all or part of the following:
- Indoor and outdoor games at Headquarters
- An afterhours Dessert Bar
- An afterhours ShortStop Feast
- Beer and wine for our Friday dinner at Headquarters
- A host bar for our Saturday reception and dinner at the Statler Hotel
If you would like to assist with any of these items, please contact us at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Assist%20with%20Reunion.
As Cornell's annual fundraising program, the Cornell Annual Fund has the mission to reach out to as many alumni as possible and to raise unrestricted support for the university and its colleges and academic units. Cornell Annual Fund gifts are vital to the health and continued growth of the entire university.
State and endowment funding covers only part of what the university needs each year to continue offering the outstanding programs, student aid, and faculty development that is Cornell's hallmark. The gap between a dean or director's budget line and the college or unit's actual need-that margin of excellence-is covered each year by Annual Fund gifts.
Every five years, each Cornell alumni class returns to campus in June to renew friendships and reconnect to Cornell. Many alumni make special Cornell Annual Fund gifts to celebrate what their Cornell education has done for them.
The Class of 2001’s goal is to raise $450,000 to support the Annual Fund.
If you are interested in contributing to the Annual Fund or becoming a member of the Tower Club, please contact one of our Annual Fund Representatives, Sarah Binder at email@example.com or Lora Epstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Class Officer
Lastly, we are looking for classmates to serve as class officers for the 2016-2021 term. Class officer elections will be held during Reunion. Information about class officer roles can be found below. If you are interested in serving, please contact our Nominations Chair, Nathan Connell at email@example.com.
Class Officer Role Descriptions
Current Class Officers