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In addition to enjoying Reunion traditions and class programs, expand your intellectual horizons through lectures and presentations by faculty and administrators. Listen to student experiences to learn more about Smith today. Explore this page to learn more and download the Reunion App to see the most up to date schedule.

The Reunion App

We are so excited to use the Smith College Reunion Program App for all things Reunion 2024. Download it today on either the Google Play Store or the Apple Store! This is your one-stop shop for the Reunion schedule, class-specific events, speaker information, FAQ and more.

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Checking In

The majority of classes must check-in at Seelye Hall to be included in their class attendance count. The classes of 1944, 1949, 1954, 1959, and 1964 must check-in at Northrop/Gillett House. The Alumnae House will NOT be a check-in site this year, as we have found Seelye to be an easier location because of its proximity to parking, and to central campus.

Stop by your check-in location (Seelye Hall or Northrop/Gillett House) to receive your name badge with your housing assignment and meal reservations. You will also receive a key card to access class headquarters and your house for the weekend. Then head over to your class headquarters.

If you arrive after registration closes, call campus safety at 413-585-2490; they will let you into your house. However, you must stop at check-in the next morning to check in and get your key card.

Reunion Check-in Hours

Seelye and Northrop/Gillett House Check-in

Thursday: 4–9 p.m. 
Friday: 8 a.m.–9 p.m. 
Saturday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m. 
Sunday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m. 
Note: Check-in will close at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 26th. 

Seelye Building and Information Desk Hours

Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–9 p.m. 
Friday: 8 a.m.–9 p.m. 
Saturday: 8 a.m.–9 p.m. 
Sunday: 8 a.m.–1 p.m.  
Note: Seelye will close at 11 a.m. on Sunday, May 26th. 

Schedules

Reunion I

Classes

1974, 1984, 1989, 2004, 2014

For the most up to date schedule, please consult the Smith College Reunion App. Still curious about Reunion programming? Here are some highlights:

Thursday, May 16

  • An All-Class cookout on Chapin Lawn 
  • How Smith College is Saving the World from Light Pollution: A Global Problem with a Local Solution: A lecture by James Lowenthal, the Mary Elizabeth Moses Professor of Astronomy

Friday, May 17

  • A panel discussion with current students
  • A State-of-the-College address from President Sarah Willie-LeBreton 
  • The Grecourt Society Ice Cream Stand
  • Three Toxic Myths About Rest From High-Achievement Culture — And Their Antidotes: A Lecture by Benita Jackson, Professor of Psychology
  • Becoming Carbon Neutral at Smith College: The Geothermal Energy Project: A talk by Beth Hooker, Director of Sustainability

Saturday, May 18

  • The Alumnae Parade and Ivy Day
  • Archangels of Funk: A lecture by Andrea Hairston, the Louise Wolff Kahn 1931 Professor Emerita of Theatre
  • A Service of Remembrance
  • Illuminations and an All-Class Dance Party

Reunion II

Classes

1944, 1949, 1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1979, 1994, 1999, 2009, 2019

For the most up to date schedule, please consult the Smith College Reunion App. Still curious about Reunion programming? Here are some highlights:

Thursday, May 23

  • An All-Class cookout on Chapin Lawn 
  • How Smith College is Saving the World from Light Pollution: A Global Problem with a Local Solution: A lecture by James Lowenthal, the Mary Elizabeth Moses Professor of Astronomy

Friday, May 24

  • Panel discussion with current students
  • State-of-the-College address from President Sarah Willie-LeBreton 
  • The Grecourt Society Ice Cream Stand
  • Three Toxic Myths About Rest From High-Achievement Culture — And Their Antidotes: A Lecture by Benita Jackson, Professor of Psychology
  • Archangels of Funk: A lecture by Andrea Hairston, the Louise Wolff Kahn 1931 Professor Emerita of Theatre
  • Becoming Carbon Neutral at Smith College: The Geothermal Energy Project: A talk by Beth Hooker, Director of Sustainability

Saturday May 25

  • Alumnae Parade and Gathering
  • Illuminations and an All-Class Dance Party

Sunday, May 26

  • Service of remembrance

Discover Smith

Sarah Loomis and Hannah Asofsky '21 at the Happy Chace Garden

In collaboration with the Friends of Smith College, we are pleased to offer many opportunities to experience the vibrant life of the college through family-friendly and informative programming for visitors of all ages. 

  • Enjoy a botanical paradise under glass at the Botanic Garden.
  • Analyze the details of a work of art from just a few feet away at the Museum of Art.
  • Visit the libraries and view rare books, manuscripts and Smith memorabilia.

Check the Reunion app for time and locations.