Cluster Reunions

Class Reunions are the heart and soul of SNU's Homecoming tradition! We look forward, with anticipation, to the annual meeting and greeting of former students and friends of the university.

SNU Class Reunions have changed for the better!  Chances are, you spent a lot of time with friends in the classes before and after yours, during your college years, so Cluster Reunions just make sense!

The cluster system allows three classes to gather together for reunions every four or five years. Clusters will remain the same until your class reaches the 25th reunion. The 25th reunion will be celebrated solo. After the 25th reunion, the cluster configurations change, and remain in effect until your class’s 50th reunion, which will also be celebrated solo. After 50, all Alumni celebrate as members of the Legacy Reunion, our first model of cluster reunions.

Take a look at the chart below to get a clear visual of the Cluster Reunion system.

Homecoming Cluster Reunion chart

Click here to download your own copy of the Class Reunion Schedule

What if my class still wants to meet on our own?
As has always been the case with Homecoming, some classes may choose to have events in addition to their reunion event. Some classes choose to gather in a classmate's home on Friday after the Basketball games, some at a restaurant, some complete a service project together as a class. We hope these kinds of events will still occur. These would provide great opportunities to continue fellowship as a single class. 

If I graduated more than 51 years ago, when will my class meet?
 All Alumni & Friends who graduated 51+ years prior to Homecoming are invited to join us for our annual Legacy Reunion Lunch. More information about this special event can be found on the Homecoming schedule and registration forms.

 Office of Alumni



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