Frequently Asked Questions

As the 30th Reunion approaches, this page will answer frequently asked questions. Please check back periodically for more details. 


For any questions not answered on this page, please email the Reunions team:


How and when do I register?

Online Registration is open! In advance of registration, you may want to contact block mates, student groups, and old friends and encourage them to join you at Reunion. Online registration is available now to RSVP for events and housing with a credit card. If you would like to take advantage of dorm accommodations, you must register for housing by the deadline XXXXX. After XXXXX, housing registration will be closed and rooms will be assigned.

When do the events begin and end?

Check-in opens on Thursday, June 1, with the optional A.R.T. event. The reunion will wrap up on Sunday, June 4, with brunch ending at 12pm. Check-out at the registration headquarters will also close at 12pm. Classmates are invited to attend the optional Red Sox game following brunch. 

À La Carte or Full Package?

You may pick and choose which events you’d like to attend. There is a discount if you buy a full package that grants you entry to all Reunion events. The schedule will be posted on the website and updated as events are finalized.

Can I register at the door?

Walk-in attendees are on a space-available basis. To be sure you’ll have a spot, buy in advance! If available, ticket prices will be marked up at the door. Please note that we’re unable to accept walk-ins for the Children’s Program.

Can only members of 1993 attend?

Guests are welcome, as are alumni friends of the class celebrating Reunion from other years. Anyone with a HarvardKey can register for Reunion events. Guests who are not affiliated with Harvard should be added to the registration form of the class member with whom they are attending.

I'm attending with another member of our class, What should we do?

If both members of a couple are a member of the class of 1993, we recommend you register separately and let HAA know you would to link your information. You’ll also be able to let us know in your housing form that you’re a family and would like to be housed together.

If I register in advance and my plans change, Can I be refunded?

Refunds requested in writing (email is preferred) to by XXXXX will be granted. Following the XXXXX deadline, we won’t be able to refund canceled orders.

Is there parking?

Complimentary parking is available on campus at the 10 Everett Street garage, as well as 52 Oxford Street. When you arrive at the garage, tell the attendant you’re here for Reunions.

What if I have Dietary Restrictions?

There will be vegetarian options at all Reunion events. If you have a further dietary restriction, please indicate this on your registration form and we’ll work to provide alternative options.

What are the housing options?

30th Reunion Attendees will be offering housing on the river!  You are welcome to make hotel accommodations also in area hotels; there are still a number of hotels with availability for all the nights, and the best rates will probably be found online at travel sites.


Are prices per person, room, bed?
Prices are per bed, per night. Keep in mind these are the same beds used for undergrads, and they might feel much smaller now! If you register for one bed, you will receive one swipe card to get into the dorms, one key to get into your dorm room, bedding and linens for one person. If you register for two beds, you will receive two swipes, two keys, two sets of linens, and so on.


Can I be placed with my roommates?
A lovely addition that HAA will aim to accommodate is that when registering you will have the chance to indicate which friends with or near whom you would like to room!


Are Harvard museums open?

The Harvard Museums will be available for reunion attendees free of charge with their Reunion name badge. More information can be found here: Reunion attraction information.

What will our kids do if they attend the reunion?

Many parents may ask what reunion events children can attend. Specifically, children eat with parents in Annenberg Hall every morning as part of the children's activities day package, and families are encouraged to attend the Saturday Field Day together. A full schedule of activities is available for children of all ages so that parents can enjoy the reunion events with peace of mind. Last year, the Children’s Program offered magic and science shows for the youngest age groups, Harvard Museum and Boston excursions for grade-school ages, and college admissions sessions and Harvard tours for teenagers, for example. All parents who have completed registration will receive detailed instructions for submitting child information. For more information, please refer to the children's program page

What if I have a disability or certain medical concerns?

To help make Reunion attendance possible for those with disabilities or certain medical conditions, accommodations and services can be provided to those who make requests on the registration form. College Alumni Programs, in collaboration with University Disability Services, will make every effort to effectively accommodate the needs of alumni. In order to ensure timely accommodations, advanced planning is strongly encouraged. If you have any questions about attending the reunion with a disability or medical condition, please contact the College Alumni Programs Office at 617-496-7001 or email Additional accessibility-related information resources can be found at