Reunion Weekend

Plans for Reunion Weekend 2021 are underway, and we are excited about the possibility of having you back at The Forest this spring! 
In February, we announced that the 2021 Reunion Weekend was to be April 16-18, 2021.  Now that the 2020 Reunion was postponed, we added a second Reunion Weekend on April 9-11, 2021. Two Reunion Weekends in the same year potentially? We are ready to celebrate, and we know you are too!!
The two 50th reunion classes will be split between the weekends.  The Class of ‘70 will celebrate its 50th reunion on the weekend of April 9-11, while the Class of ‘71 will celebrate its 50th reunion on the weekend of April 16-18. All other reunion classes have been scheduled so that alumni who went to school together can attend reunion together. 
Here is the complete list for Reunion 2021 weekends:

April 9-11, 2021
1945 and 1946
1950 and 1951
1955 and 1956
1960 and 1961 
1965 and 1966
1970 (50th class)
1975 and 1976
1980 and 1981
1985 and 1986 
1990 and 1991
April 16-18, 2021 
1971 (50th class) 
1995 and 1996 (25th classes)
2000 and 2001 
2005 and 2006
2010 and 2011
2015 and 2016 

Please read the hotel information HERE to ensure you are making your registration with your class. Woodberry will provide transportation to and from campus on the Friday and Saturday evenings of the Reunion Weekends from the hotels listed.
As much as we want to celebrate with you in person, please know that in-person Reunion Weekends on campus are completely contingent upon the assurance to protect the health and safety of Woodberry students, faculty, staff, and reunion participants. A final decision will be made in early January, so please do not make non-refundable travel plans until we know more. Thank you for your patience!
Go Tigers!
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