Accessibility Info

Accessibility accommodations have been built into Reunions, including specific mobility and access requirements for the major reunion headquarters sites.

If You Need Accommodations

On the first page of the Reunions registration form, under the heading “Accessibility Needs,” there is an open response box where you can indicate your access requirements for Reunions, as well as for your guests. The Reunions staff in Advancement works in partnership with campus partners to ensure that accommodations are in place for each attendee who needs them. On the housing form, we ask if you have any accessibility or health needs that would dictate your room assignment. The University prioritizes requests for disability accommodations when making room allocations and assignments.  Specific accommodations (such as for vision, hearing, mental disabilities) are addressed individually by indicating needs on the individual’s registration. To ensure that reasonable accommodations can be adequately arranged by the Reunions team in Alumni Engagement and campus partners, please indicate needs on your registration form four weeks in advance or no later than two weeks before Reunions. For questions or concerns about the accommodations process, please contact

Housing Accommodations

To ensure that individual needs are carefully considered, each Class/APGA chair communicates accessibility accommodation requests to the Reunions team in Alumni Engagement. A designated staff member on the Reunions team collaborates directly with the campus Housing team to assign suitable rooms based on availability. Please note that in certain cases, documentation may be required to facilitate accommodation requests. For inquiries, please contact

Accessible Routes

The University has released a new interactive wayfinding app, and individuals with mobility issues may select the “step free” option to easily discover route options to their chosen destinations throughout Reunions.

Parking & Transportation

The University is committed to safe and easy transport options for all individuals. Fully ADA-accessible TigerTransit buses and Rovers – student-driven golf carts – will provide frequent transportation around campus (view map). Should you need further curbside assistance, please contact the TigerAccess hotline at 609-258-9401 to arrange van service during Reunions.  This is a limited, first-come, first-serve accommodation, and advanced reservations are highly recommended. For further details, please visit Transportation and Parking Services’ accessible transit services webpage.

Golf Cart Personal Rentals

  • Due to a limited supply of golf carts, personal rentals are only available for senior alumni with mobility impairments and alumni with a medical condition or permanent disability.
  • Personal golf cart rental information (three-day and P-rade only) will be available mid-March to share with your classmates.
  • The University reserves the right to ask for a copy of a state-issued HC ID card, HC license plate or HC placard.

Reunions Rover

  • Rovers — clearly marked, student-driven golf carts that serve as a mini transit connection on the core of campus — will operate throughout Reunions, Thursday through Saturday night.
  • Rovers are intended for alumni and guests with personal mobility limitations, the Old Guard, and families with young children.
  • Rovers will provide frequent service to the Theater Drive Garage and lot P20, the transit plaza, hotel shuttles, Forbes, and Reunions headquarters sites along Elm Drive and Chapel Drive.

Electric Shuttles

In addition, the University’s new fleet of electric shuttles will loop the perimeter of campus, including the new Stadium Drive Garage and Lot 20 parking at bottom of campus. Transit accessibility information, including for the shuttles, can be found here.


Alumni may rent scooters for medical use at their own expense. It is your responsible to contact the company and make your own rental and delivery arrangements.