Grand Reunion Weekend Format is Changing this Fall

Posted: May 3, 2018

The Alumni Office is excited to announce a new format of Grand Reunion Weekend launching this fall. To make more room for fun, friendship, and activities for each of the eight classes marking a milestone reunion, Grand Reunion will now be celebrated across two weekends!

Classes of '93, '98, '03, and '08 will celebrate in September. Join us on Friday, September 21 for the 37th Annual Football Tailgate at San Jose City College. Grand Reunion will continue with reunion activities on Saturday, September 22 - including campus tours, dinner in the quad, and more.

Classes of '73, '78, '83, and '88 will celebrate in October. Grand Reunion will kick off on Saturday, October 6 with an on-campus dinner celebration, campus tours, and mass. The celebration will continue on Monday, October 8, as the Annual Bellarmine Golf Classic tees off at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club.

We look forward to celebrating in this new fashion and are eager to continue the planning! If you are interested in helping with your reunion, please email Matt Zuniga to join the Reunion Planning Committee for your class.

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