Cornell Campus overview with Cayuga Lake in the background

Welcome Cornell Class of 1962


OUR 60th REUNION  •  JUNE  9 – 12, 2022

Time to Register for Reunion!

> Here’s what you need to do. NOW!

Carefully read the 60th Reunion information you recently received by email. Every reunion-related link that you could possibly need is there. You’ll also be receiving this info via ground mail. But why wait? Registration Fees range from full to mini-weekend packages with discounts for early registration. Everything you need to know including registration info here. Don’t delay.

For questions or more information, contact Frank Quirk or Nancy Williams Clark, our Reunion Co-Chairs, or Don Juran, Registration Chair.


55th Reunion Class Photo

Come Early!

> You won’t want to miss any of the Class receptions, meals, special activities, or university events planned for this splendid weekend.

> Where do I stay?

Housing is available at Mews Hall, our class campus headquarters. A small number of rooms also are being held for our class on a first-come, first-served basis at the Statler Hotel on Campus and at the Best Western on Ellis Hollow Road, Ithaca. See the Registration Brochure for details.

> Worried about getting around? We’ve taken care of that, too.

The university will provide regular free bus service around the campus throughout the reunion weekend. The class will provide accessible transportation, as well as a golf cart to assist getting classmates from headquarters to the bus stop. We will also have special busses to take us from headquarters to class events and back. Disability parking will also be available.


Mews Hall

> Who will I know at Reunion?

Reluctant to attend reunion? Worried old friends or acquaintances won’t be there? Don’t! You can make this your personal reunion. With our help, you can get all those old friends you have been longing to see but with whom you have lost touch back to Ithaca in June.

Here’s how:  Think back to those old friends you had at Cornell.  Remember that special group you belonged to? That team you played on? Wouldn’t it be fun to see old corridor and dorm mates? The thoughtful person with whom you exchanged course notes? Or former fraternity brothers and sorority sisters?

Give those names to Cathy Van Buren Bomberger and Jack Loose, our Reunion Affinity Group co-chairs. They will provide you with the necessary contact information to make your personal reunion happen. Then it’s up to you to get this ball rolling.


Remember, Reunions are More Fun with Friends.

Check out who’s already registered.

> Will I even recognize my old school?

It’s hard to say given all the changes that have transpired in the past six decades. New buildings, quads, bridges, roads, plantings, and players. Lots and lots of changes.

The North Campus Residential Expansion (NCRE) is the most recent and ambitious project. Upon completion, the NCRE will give Cornell the ability to house 100% of its first-year students in developmentally appropriate campus housing and 100% of its sophomore students in campus residence halls, co-ops, and affiliated housing. Despite Covid-19 related delays, the first phase of the project – including two residential buildings providing beds for 800 students – opened last fall. Expected to be completed this fall, the second phase, with three additional buildings, will provide a total of 737,000 square feet of residential, dining and recreation space, including 2,000 new beds.

> Location of Reunion Activities

1. Mews Hall
2. Johnson Museum of Art
3. Duffield Hall
4. Statler Hotel

5. Statler Hall
6. Anabel Taylor Hall
7. Bailey Hall
8. Arts Quad
9. Schoellkopf Stadium

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Map of reunion events

Relive Past Reunions

Check out the Reunions Section on this website.