Mark your calendars for May 2-3. Reunion has several new features this year, especially for those who are students at heart.
While Reunion-goers will have plenty of opportunities to catch up with old friends, they will also have a chance to see the campus as it is today. First is a Friday morning breakfast with new Provost David H. Perrin, who will share his vision for what lies ahead for UNCG.
Attendees will then get a chance to be students again with two lifelong learning sessions led by UNCG faculty and staff And Then There Were Two: The 2008 Presidential Campaign and Contemporary Art 101.
Later in the afternoon, participants can explore familiar haunts and new landmarks with a campus scavenger hunt. Teams will be given disposable cameras and a list of places to find.
Want to see how the university is growing? A presentation on the Campus Master Plan will answer questions about UNCG's expansion in the years to come.
In addition to these new features, several traditions will remain. Individual classes will hold reunion lunches and dinners. Members of the Vanguard Society will enjoy breakfast together on Saturday morning, and many attendees will gather for the Grand Reunion Luncheon, where the Class of 1958 will be honored as the 50th reunion class.
For more information about Reunion and associated costs, visit reunion.uncg.edu or call toll free 1-877-UNCG-123.