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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to register in advance?

If you have questions with your reunion registration, email
When is the last day I can get a full refund?
The last day to receive a full refund on your reunion registration is Saturday, May 20.

What policies related to COVID-19 are in place for Reunion Weekend?

Here are the latest policies and recommendations to ensure the safety of all reunion attendees visiting campus as well as Yale staff and students:

Preparation and Tips for Travel

  • Know the cancellation and refund remedies available to you. Refundable travel is recommended. We recommend, if possible, that you turn on the exposure notifications on your smartphone. The last day to receive a full refund for reunion registration is Saturday, May 20.
  • Masks are currently optional in most campus spaces with some exceptions as noted in the Yale masking policy. While we will have masks available, we recommend you bring high-quality (not cloth) masks with you. You may also want to have a rapid antigen test for your personal use in case you develop symptoms while in New Haven.
  • Consider a contingency plan for if you develop COVID or are exposed to someone with COVID at or traveling to reunions. There will be no isolation housing available at Yale during reunions. Here are articles with advice on what to do if you test positive for COVID while traveling and testing positive for COVID overseas.


  • YSM strongly recommends that all visitors be fully vaccinated.
  • Visitors are encourage to carry vaccination and booster documentation, and be prepared to provide it if asked.

Testing, Masking, & Isolation

  • All attendees should take either a PCR or rapid antigen test prior to travel to confirm negative results. We recommend that you bring rapid antigen tests for personal use in case you develop COVID symptoms in New Haven.
  • Note that testing is not available through Yale. If you or your guests become symptomatic, you should use the rapid antigen tests you brought or arrange your own testing.
  • Masking is welcome anywhere on campus. Mask wearing must be consistent with Yale policies in effect at the time of your reunion. As noted above, we recommend bringing a high-quality mask with you, and we will have a supply available.
  • Any attendee testing positive for COVID during reunions must mask, isolate from other attendees as much as possible, and leave campus promptly.

Any changes in policy will be posted on the Reunion homepage.

What should I wear?
Consult the weather forecast, as spring weather in New Haven, can be unpredictable. New Haven weather in early June with temperatures as low as 50 degrees or as high as 90 degrees. Rain is always a possibility, please plan for variable weather.

Friday night and Saturday daytime events: Casual to business casual

Saturday night dinner: Dressy casual
How do I get around campus?
We partner with Uber and M7 ride service to provide complimentary on-demand transportation during reunion weekend. This service is available Friday and Saturday. Service will be to and from the YSM hotel blocks, Air Rights Garage, medical school buildings on Cedar Street, and all Saturday night class dinner locations.

The Yale shuttle operates a full campus service with live tracking at
What if I have special needs?
Please let us know about any special needs—including dietary requirements or handicap accessibility needs—when you register by emailing or calling 203.436.8551. We will do our best to accommodate your needs as long as we know about your circumstances on, or prior to, Saturday, May 20, 2023.
What are resources for childcare?
Hotel Referrals: Many hotels offer babysitting referrals. Please check the list of hotels and contact them directly about specific offerings.

Personal Referrals: You can also seek recommendations from classmates or organize babysitters for groups. Your class’s Facebook page can be a great resource for finding a childcare provider.
Whom can I contact for more information?
If you have any questions, call the Alumni Office 203.436.8551 or email Please provide your name, class year, and daytime telephone number or email address in your message. Your question will be answered as soon as possible.