Frequent Questions

Dress Code

Friday night and weekend daytime events: Casual to business casual such as jeans, shorts, casual shirts, and other casual looks are appropriate. 
Saturday night dinner: Dressy casual, such as dressed-up versions of casual looks. Suggested attire includes trousers and a sportcoat, dressy pants, or a dress.

Download the Reunion App

Get all of the information you need for Reunion Weekend on your smartphone, by downloading the official app. Highlights include a full schedule, maps, speakers, and an attendee list.  

SOM Clothing & Gear For Sale

Don’t forget to bring home a sweatshirt for you, T-shirts for the kids, coffee mugs, and more! Students representing the Internship Fund will be selling Yale SOM gear.

Late Fees and refund policy

“Regular” Reunion pricing ends on Tuesday, April 16th. After this date, all registrants will be charged a $25 late fee. All walk-in registrations, taken during Reunion Weekend on May 1-3, will be charged a $50 surcharge. Refund requests submitted on or before April 16th will be honored. 


Prior to 4pm on Friday, May 1st, parking is available at metered street spots and at select paid New Haven lots close to Evans Hall. For the rest of the weekend, all Yale lots are open and free to park at.  All alumni are encouraged to take Uber, Lyft, or use the  New Haven on-street parking app.

New Haven Parking Garages: Audubon Garage (78 Audubon Street) and Grove Street Garage (65 Grove Street)
Yale Parking Lots (free after 4pm on Friday, May 1):  Lot 16V  at Humphrey  St and Whitney Ave, Lot 22 (Gibbs Laboratory) at Humphrey St and Whitney Ave, Lot 41 at 221 Whitney Ave, Lot 199 at  199 Whitney Ave. 

Nursing Mothers

If you should need it, there is a lactation room located on the 4th floor of Evans Hall, room 4244.

Financial Assistance

Yale SOM is dedicated to making Reunion financially feasible for all classmates. The registration form contains both full reunion and individual package pricing options. Although Yale SOM generously subsidizes the cost of Reunion, we recognize that for some classmates the cost of attending Reunion may be a hardship. Please contact the Alumni Relations office if you need financial assistance to register for Reunion Weekend.

Children at Reunion Weekend

For safety purposes, everyone in attendance at reunion must be registered, including children. Children may attend Camp SOM (advanced registration required) or they may join at most reunion activities, although some sessions and the Saturday night class dinners are adult only. We thank you in advance for your cooperation. 

Note: Children 3 and under are free, but must be registered. Children aged 4-17 will be charged as follows: Friday only: $75, Saturday/Sunday: $100, All Weekend: $150

Child Care

Please contact Kathleen Yantosca with any questions about Camp SOM or please view this FAQ document

Pricing for Camp SOM

All  Day Saturday (10am-10pm): $275
Saturday Evening (5pm-10pm): $175

While Yale SOM generously subsidizes the cost of Camp SOM onsite childcare during Reunion Weekend, we realize there may be other more affordable or flexible solutions available. Below is a list of websites that may be helpful resources for visiting alumni who are interested in finding child care in New Haven during Reunion Weekend. We encourage you to plan early to allow plenty of time to screen potential sitters and find care that’s right for your family.


In 2020, Ramadan (April 23-May 23, 2020) will overlap with Yale SOM Reunion Weekend. To accommodate our Muslim alumni and guests we will have a private prayer room available in Evans Hall throughout the weekend and a space for group prayer will be available during all mealtimes after sunrise and before sunset (Friday evening dinner, Saturday morning breakfast, Saturday picnic lunch, and Sunday morning brunch). We will also provide Iftar on Friday and Saturday evening as well as traditional Suhoor meals to be taken with you for the following morning. 
Other Resources: 
Center for Muslim Life at Yale 
List of Local Halal Food Markets and Restaurants 
Masjids Near Campus