During the 2016 Spring Reunion weekend, alumni children and grandchildren are invited to participate in daytime and evening programs that are designed especially for them. There will be tours around Boston, an activity tent with games and crafts, a petting zoo, museum visits, and, for older children, a chance to take part in an HBS Case discussion.
Select photographs taken by professional photographers during the HBS Reunions are available for viewing and purchase on a private, secure website. The galleries are "unlisted" within the HBS Alumni SmugMug site, which means they cannot be reached by casual surfing. The cost of purchase for photos is based on processing and shipping costs. Harvard Business School does not benefit from the sale of any photographs. Please log into the HBS website with your LEFA for more information about the Reunion photo galleries.
Reunions simply aren't possible without a team of classmates helping to make them happen. Just a few hours of your time can help ensure that you and your classmates have a memorable reunion. There are two ways to help out: you can plan the actual party, or motivate your classmates to raise money for class gifts. Obviously, program volunteers and fundraising volunteers are both absolutely crucial to a successful reunion!
Nearly 100 HBS faculty members and other experts will give presentations and lead panel discussions during Reunions. Preview the talks and topics featuring HBS's current scholarship.
Reunion Liaisons work closely with programming volunteers to coordinate every detail of your visit back to campus, including all class-specific events, to ensure that the weekend runs smoothly. If you have questions about the reunion or would like to volunteer on the committee, please contact your HBS Reunion Liaison.
Find answers to frequently asked questions, such as what should I wear; where can I park; are guests invited?
Is it about friendships? Faculty? Festivities? Fall Reunion attendees share their reasons for returning to campus.