Frequently Asked Questions About Reunion


Office of Alumni Relations

E-mail Cheryl


I really want to go to Reunion, but it's not my "Reunion year." Can I still go?

OF COURSE! Reunion is open to all alumni and their guests. The more the merrier! This year alumni with class years ending in 1 and 6 will be celebrating a milestone reunion. Come help them celebrate!

If I choose to stay on campus, where will I be? What can I expect in my room?

In past years, alumni housing has been available in Rothschild, Andrews Court, and Slonim Woods. The rooms are single dorm rooms. This means that there will only be one single bed in each room. Your room will have one set of linens and towels. If you tend to get chilly in the evening, we recommend bringing an extra blanket or sweater.

If I choose to stay off campus, where can I stay?

Hyatt Place in Yonkers (located in the Cross County Shopping Center) will provide a 15% discount from their standard rate to Sarah Lawrence alumni. Simply visit, and place the discount code, 21524, in the appropriate box after selecting stay dates. Guests may also call reservations and provide the code for a discount. 

What's the best way to get to campus from the airport, train station, bus station, etc.?

We will have shuttle buses running from the Bronxville Metro North Station to campus throughout Reunion weekend. For suggested methods of getting to campus from airports, Amtrak stations, etc., please see our Visiting Campus page.

If I'm driving, where can I park on campus?

The following parking lots will be available during Reunion:

  • Andrews Parking: 968 Kimball Avenue
  • Kober Parking: 12 Wilgarth Road
  • North Parking: 23 Mead Way
  • Wrexham Parking: 45 Wrexham Road
  • Mead Way Parking: 1 Mead Way, across from Westlands Gate
  • Lynd Parking: 947 Kimball Avenue
  • Marshall Field Parking: 35 Glen Washington Road
  • Swinford Parking: 4 Mead Way
  • Morrill Parking: 33 Glen Washington Road

For more information, see the College's Visiting Campus page.

I would love to see certain faculty members while I'm there, how can I arrange that?

Simply let us know who you'd like to see and we will pass the message along to the professor.

I'd like to bring my kids to Reunion, is that OK? What about other guests (spouses, friends, family)?

OF COURSE! Feel free to bring any guests of any ages. Please note that the College does not provide childcare during Reunion.

I lost my Sarah Lawrence sweater, will I be able to get a new one?

Yes! The bookstore will be open throughout the weekend and they have some fantastic Sarah Lawrence duds! You can also order online.

I love the library and can't wait to see it, will it be open?

It wouldn't be a real trip down memory lane without a visit to the library. And this time, you won't have the stress of conference work! The library will be open throughout the weekend. You'll also be able to use computers and printers.

I work out a lot, what are my options?

We've got you covered. The Campbell Sports Center will be open during Reunion. Also, when the weather's nice, there's nothing like a jog around beautiful Bronxville!

I'm a performer and/or visual artist and I'd love to share my talents at Reunion. Is that possible?

YES! We love showing off the talents of our alumni! Visual Artists can show their work in the Alumni Art Exhibit at the Heimbold Visual Arts Center. For more information about submitting your work, please visit the Alumni Art Exhibit page. Performing Artists can share their talents in the Alumni Cabaret in Reisinger on Friday night. For more information about the performing in the Alumni Cabaret, please visit the Alumni Cabaret page.

Can I see who else is coming to Reunion?

Yes, our website is the place to go for this information. In the Fall, we will post a list of alumni who plan to attend Reunion. In the Spring, that list will be replaced with a list of alumni who have registered for Reunion and confirmed their attendance.

I want to make sure there are a lot of people from my class. How do I do that?

We want that too! One great way to help is by becoming a Reunion Volunteer. Each class has a group of volunteers that help encourage attendance for Reunion. They send e-mails, make calls, and reach out to friends via social media to help guarantee a good class turn out. If you'd like to be a Reunion Volunteer for your class, please contact Cheryl Cipro at If you're not sure you want to be a volunteer, you can still encourage friends by reaching out to your personal networks and sharing your Reunion enthusiasm on Facebook. For a list of class Facebook groups click here. The most important part of encouraging attendance is leading by example. If you register for Reunion, your friends are more likely to register for Reunion!

I love Sadie Lou and want to do something special for the College. Any ideas?

We love you, too! Reunion Volunteers also work on fundraising for a class gift to the College. To make a gift towards your class gift, please click here. To become a Reunion Volunteer and assist with fundraising, please contact

Some of my classmates didn't even know about Reunion, what's up with that?

It's probably because we don't have the most current contact information for your friends. Please encourage them to contact our office at with their most up to date home address and e-mail so we can make sure they receive Reunion materials.

Thanks for all these answers! Now that I know everything about Reunion, when is it?!

Reunion weekend will take place on campus Thursday June 3 through Sunday June 6, 2021. We send save the dates, registration reminders, and other cool stuff by email. If you aren't getting emails from the Office of Alumni Relations, please email with your updated contact information—we don't want you to miss out!

We can't wait to see you back on campus in June!