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Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Stanford Reunion Homecoming postponed?

The Stanford Alumni Association has made the difficult decision to postpone Reunion Homecoming 2020 to the fall of 2021 due to the rapidly evolving COVID-19 situation. This decision is based on guidance from the university, consideration for public health, and concern for alumni well-being. Our plan is to offer an engaging reunion experience in the fall of 2021 when large gatherings are permitted.


Are virtual events planned so I can reconnect with my class?

As much as we would love to be able to recreate Reunion Homecoming virtually, we know even the most inspired virtual programming could never replace the energy and excitement of being on campus with your classmates, friends and family. While we will not offer a virtual reunion event, our plan is to connect classes together online in 2020. We will continue to share updates as these online offerings come together. We appreciate your patience and support as we develop these plans to acknowledge your Stanford milestone.


How do I receive a refund on my hotel reservations made on the reunion website?

If you have made hotel reservations on through our partner HBC Event Services, your reservations will be automatically canceled and you will be issued a full refund.

If you have questions or would like to rebook your reservations please contact HBC at (505) 346-0522 or email

If you have made arrangements with third-party hotels or car rental agencies, please contact them directly to inquire about their cancellation policies.


Is Recent Grad Reunion also postponed?

Recent Grad Reunion, which typically takes place on Saturday of Reunion Homecoming, will not be hosted on October 17, 2020. Instead, lookout for emails about online events in the coming months and receive the latest news about upcoming events by following @StanfordAlumni on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook. We look forward to seeing you in person at the 2021 Recent Grad Reunion.


Is the Cardinal Society Luncheon postponed?

The Cardinal Society Luncheon, which typically takes place on Sunday of Reunion Homecoming, will not be hosted on October 18, 2020. SAA staff will provide more information in the coming months about programming for Reunion Homecoming 2021 to ensure you have plenty of time to plan your next visit.


Is the football game on Saturday, October 17 canceled?

Stanford Athletics continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation closely in collaboration with university, government officials and public health experts. Updates regarding Stanford Athletics events and policies will be posted at and on Twitter (@gostanford) as they become available.


Can I still submit my Class Book page?

Yes. Visit to publish your page in the online edition. We understand that this is a difficult time for many, but your Class Book is a nice (virtual) way to feel a sense of connection to classmates.


When will Reunion Homecoming 2021 dates be announced?

Typically the dates for Reunion Homecoming are announced approximately 10 months in advance.


Will Reunion Homecoming 2021 have combined events with next year’s reunion classes?

We thank you for your patience while we explore many scenarios (including possible combined events) and determine the best course of action for all alumni celebrating reunion.


If I am celebrating my Stanford Law School or Graduate School of Business Reunion also, what are their plans?

For more information visit the Stanford Law School website or email or visit the Graduate School of Business website or email


Who can I contact if I have comments/questions regarding Reunion Homecoming?

Please contact


Can I still make a gift to my class campaign?

Of course. The reunion counting period has been extended to count all gifts and pledges made between January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2021. You can make a gift or pledge, by contacting our colleagues in the Office of Development or your Class Giving Officer. For more information visit Giving to Stanford. Class specific pages can be accessed by selecting "Find your reunion campaign."


Where can I find information on COVID-19 and its impact on the Stanford Community?

Visit for up-to-date information. This site provides important updates about infectious diseases, travel warnings and other public health issues, including the university’s operations and policies in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.