Yes, it will be held in-person at Stanford.
Registration is now open! To register for SLS-Sponsored on-campus programming for your 50th Reunion Weekend, please visit this page.
Yes, you may bring one guest provided your guest complies with all of the University’s COVID protocols for event attendees. Read on for more information.
No. Registration must take place in advance since all attendees (alumni and guests) attest to their vaccination status during registration.
Yes, everyone is required to wear masks when indoors and in crowded outdoor spaces.
While vaccination is the most effective step we can take to minimize the spread of the highly transmissible Delta variant, masking provides an extra level of protection and helps keep our community safe. In compliance with Santa Clara and San Mateo counties face covering guidance announced August 2, all faculty, staff, students, contractors, and visitors must continue to wear face coverings in the following settings, regardless of vaccination status:
Exceptions in which face coverings are not required to be worn include the following:
All reunion attendees (including 12+), students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars coming to campus this fall will be required to be fully vaccinated* for COVID-19.
Children between the ages of 2-12 can attend if they show proof of a negative test taken with 72 hours of arriving on campus. Children under the age of 2 do not require vaccination or proof of a negative test. Keep in mind there is a one-guest policy per alum for this year.
This requirement is based on Stanford’s COVID-19 Vaccine Governance Committee’s review of conditions and developments around vaccination against the virus.
* If seeking an exemption for religious or medical reasons, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If granted an exemption, you will still be required to provide a negative COVID-19 test results taken within 72 hours of your arrival on campus. You will also be required to follow the current mask mandates as specified by Santa Clara County.
Vaccination will be confirmed several times leading up to and during the event.
Vaccination documentation should clearly indicate:
– Full Name
– Vaccine name/manufacturer
– Date of vaccination(s)
Doctor’s signature, stamp, official letterhead (if applicable)
Attendees unwilling to comply with Reunion safety protocols will be asked to leave campus immediately.
Alumni and guests wishing to attend reunions will need to provide proof of full vaccination. Currently, there are no out-of-state or international restrictions. Please check this webpage for updates on possible travel restrictions in the future.
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