The Reunions 2019 section of the Princeton Events app is now available. Download the app (for iOS and Android) and update the content inside the app. After logging in with a verification code sent to the email address in your Tigernet profile, you can view customized content for the 20th Reunion, including the class-specific schedule.
U Got the Look! We’ll be wearing Prince-chic all weekend long. Raspberry Berets, Diamonds and Pearls and High Fashion are all welcome. Pick up your outfits when you check-in at our Headquarters in Little-Edwards Courtyard. We are providing tees/tank tops, jackets and accessories; you wear the bottoms of your choice. Below is a sneak peek of costume elements – the flair on the jacket will be silver, not black, and the tanks and tees have an an amazing orange metallic print on them.
10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Multi-Class Community Service Project in Dod Courtyard. Packing meals for Kids against Hunger Coalition. Volunteer your time, from 10 minutes to 4 hours. Any amount is appreciated!
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Lunch at HQ (Little-Edwards Courtyard) Special Performance by the Princeton Wildcats
2:30 – 3:45 p.m. Alumni-Faculty Forums
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Class Dinner (Including Memorial Tribute)
9 – 10:30 p.m. Dean Ford & The Beautiful Ones Band (Tribute to Prince)
10:30 p.m. – 1:30 a.m. DJ JENA (DJ JENA rocked the house at the She Roars conference in October, and we are thrilled to have gotten her for the Class of ‘99.)
You were notified if you received beds on campus in the housing lottery. The University Housing department has your information and will have your room assignments for you at housing check-in, which will be located in a tent by Dillon Gym. The 20th Reunion team will send you an email about payment closer to Reunions.
Lockouts and Lost Keys
The Housing Crew will have a dedicated mobile for the 20th crew to call should you get locked out of their room. Replacement keycards can be obtained at the Housing tent.
For those who did not opt into BYOL (Bring Your Own Linen), the University is using a new linen vendor this year with more deluxe linens and pillows (towel is larger and not scratchy and pillows are big). Each bed will be provided 2 flat sheets, 1 bath towel, 1 hand towel, 1 pillow case, 1 blanket, and 1 pillow. The linens will be placed in your rooms.
Sunday Noon Checkout
Keycards are programmed to shut off at noon. Do not get locked out during a shower. 😀Linens will be collected on Sunday and donated to Grad Bag – a non-profit who collects and redistributes lightly-used dorm room items that too often end up in landfills and gives them to incoming college freshmen from low-income households. Please bring your linens to a designated collection bin and recycle keycards at headquarters registration.
Other Housing Resources
The Office of Alumni Affairs maintains an ongoing list of alumni eager to either unload a hotel room or find a hotel room at the last minute. Please email email@example.com with the details, and the list will be shared with the Housing Chairs.
Local homes for rent
Airbnb has many local homes available for rent during Reunions.
Shuttle service will be provided for Route 1 hotels.
Shuttles can be tracked in real-time with the Tiger Tracker. Alumni can access the hotel bus schedules and Tiger Tracker with the Reunions Event app (download the free Princeton Events App via the iOS App Store or Google Play to get started). Hotel bus schedules will also be made available for the bulletin boards at headquarters sites, the front desks of hotels serviced, and posted at the campus hotel drop-off by Baker Rink and the hotel pick-up at Lot 23. Shuttle use is encouraged, as parking is extremely limited during Reunions.
Tiger Camp is the cool place for kids to roar at Reunions! Managed by the YWCA Princeton, childcare is available off-campus (59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton, NJ 08540) for children 12 and under on Friday 6 p.m. – 12 a.m. and Saturday 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. and/or 6 p.m. – 12 a.m. Register by April 30 to ensure availability.
For your 20th Princeton Reunion, we invite you to enjoy a blast from the past and Party Like It’s 1999! We will be channeling the energy of Prince back on campus as we remember our glory days. We’ve been working and playing hard these last two decades so, to quote the Purple One, let’s get crazy!
We’ll be updating this site as we get closer to Reunions but some basic details are below. Huge thanks to 99’s resident graphic designer, Josh Salcman, for our logo!
Thursday, May 30 – Sunday, June 2, 2019
Registration for our 20th Reunion is available through Eventbrite.
Your registration fee includes all meals, beverages, entertainment and activities for the weekend as well as a festive costume and accessories to commemorate the occasion (and wow the other classes at P-rade). Tiger Camp registration fees for the tiger cubs are separate.
Hotel block info was sent out to the class late this summer. We will also receive an allotment of campus housing that will be distributed via lottery closer to Reunions. Princeton Theological Seminary is undergoing renovations and will not be offering rooms for Reunions.
More details including costume teasers and a schedule of activities will be posted in the Spring.
A Huge Locomotive to the team of class volunteers planning our weekend back at Old Nassau. Life is busy these days, so it’s a true labor of love and we are so grateful! If you’d like to help, please let us know!