Check Out and Room Key Return
All Reunion attendees staying in campus housing must return room keys before departing campus.
Friday and Saturday: Return keys between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. at Reunion Headquarters
Sunday: Return keys between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon at Reunion Headquarters or Curtiss E. Frank Dining Hall.
Keys may also be deposited in the key drop boxes located at: James C. Colgate Student Union (inside the front middle door), East Hall, Parker Commons, Townhouses, Drake Hall, and Persson Hall (outside, near the road). In order to get credit for returning your keys, please place key(s) in an envelope with your name and phone number.
Failure to return keys prior to departing campus will result in a $150 locksmith charge. Keys must be returned before noon on Sunday and cannot be mailed back to campus. If you have any questions, please call 315-228-7433.
Saturday Evening Formal Class and Affinity Dinners
Alumni and guests who select the Full Weekend and Saturday Only registration options are invited to attend their formal class or affinity dinner, held Saturday from 6:00–9:00 p.m. at various locations. If you plan to attend your class or affinity dinner, please select the Full Weekend or Saturday Only option when registering.
Please note that these dinners are open to guests aged 21 and over. Alternative arrangements should be made for meals and childcare for younger guests.
Formal Dinner Attire: These dinners are dressier than other Reunion events, although apparel varies by Reunion year. For most class and affinity dinners, men can choose to wear a nice shirt, jacket, or tie as they prefer. Ladies are welcome to wear skirts, dresses, or other summer dressy apparel. Please no jeans, shorts, or flip flops. The 25th and 50th class dinners are more formal affairs, with men wearing jackets and/or ties and ladies in nice comparable attire.
Sports and Recreation Facilities Hours
Take advantage of Colgate’s recreation facilities while you’re on campus for Reunion. Facilities include Huntington Gymnasium (basketball/racquetball/squash) and Equipment Cage; Trudy Fitness Center; Angert Family Climbing Wall; Lineberry Natatorium; Tennis Courts; and Glendening Boathouse.
Facilities hours will be posted in May.
Under New York State law, persons under the age of 21 cannot purchase or be served alcoholic beverages. The university requests that everyone conform to the letter of the law. Beer, wine, and mixers are provided in the tents until 1:30 a.m. There will be a cash bar offering mixed drinks on the field.