Those attending Reunions should be aware of the following Reunions-related policies, as well as Princeton University’s Rights, Rules, Responsibilities.
Please refer to your registration information for specific cancellation policies.
If you discover that you have lost an item over the weekend, please check first with the student crew at your major reunion headquarters. Please submit the online Reunions Lost and Found registration form: alumni.princeton.edu/ReunionsLostandFound. The Office of Alumni Affairs crew also collects lost and found items, and you may stop by Maclean House (73 Nassau Street) or contact this crew directly for information (609-258-3468). Maclean House hours include Thursday 8 a.m. – 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. – 11 p.m.; and Sunday 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. Shortly after Reunions, unclaimed lost and found items of value will be moved to Public Safety (609-258-1000).
There are numerous on-campus options during Reunions. Learn more here.
Friday and Saturday, U-Store Courtyard (10:00 PM to 2:00 AM):
Saturday during the P-rade, Poe Field:
Butler College at Goheen Walk:
The University policy is designed to be consistent with the laws of the State of New Jersey and also reflects the need for mutual respect and personal responsibility.
University policy prohibits:
To obtain alcoholic beverages at Reunions sites, an adult wristband is required. To prevent misunderstanding, we suggest that you carry a photo ID with proof of age at all times.
Alumni and their guests are invited to use the following University athletic facilities:
Stephens Fitness Center
The 12 recreational tennis courts adjacent to the Lenz Tennis Center will be open Thursday through Sunday. Court time is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Individuals are responsible for their personal safety and should take appropriate action in emergency situations. Adults must take responsibility for the safety of children in their care. In the event of an emergency, information will be provided by Public Safety officers and sent through the Princeton Events app. In limited situations, the University may use the Emergency Blue Light Phones with Towers which would broadcast a message. In case of an on-campus emergency, please call Public Safety at 609-258-3333.
Dialing 9-1-1 from any University landline phone connects you to Public Safety’s emergency line. If you dial 9-1-1 on campus from your cell phone, you will automatically be routed through the state-approved 9-1-1 Switched Telephone Network and be connected to the appropriate state-approved Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP), which would, in most situations, be the Princeton Police Department. If you want to reach DPS quickly and easily, we suggest you program your cell phone with 609-258-3333.
There are numerous Blue Light communication towers and Blue Light phones throughout campus. With the push of a button, the user can communicate directly with DPS Communication Center. This enhanced technology also allows DPS to send out emergency broadcast alerts (e.g., seek shelter due to an impending lightning storm) as needed. The location of each tower is digitally displayed to the DPS Communication Center. For more information on safety and security, please go to the Public Safety website, publicsafety.princeton.edu.
Additional information about emergency preparedness can be found on the University’s Emergency Management website at emergency.princeton.edu.
If you or your companions need medical assistance, medical help is available. Call 609-258-3333, or dial 9-1-1 from any Blue Light phone or campus landline. Dialing 9-1-1 on a cell phone routes to the nearest emergency call center and may slow emergency response time.
Individuals who have experienced or witnessed an alleged incident of sex discrimination or sexual misconduct have many options, including consultation with a confidential resource and/or filing a complaint (internal and/or criminal complaint). For more information on these options please view our Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Resources.
In the event of a lightning storm:
WiFi is free during Reunions and available throughout campus. Visitors should connect to “puvisitor.” Use of the Visitor Wireless Service constitutes your agreement to abide by the University’s Acceptable Use Policy, posted at princeton.edu/itpolicy. If you do not agree to abide by that policy, do not connect to this network.
During Reunions, the campus is a designated “no drone zone” for unmanned aircraft (i.e., model aircraft, quadcopters, drones) consistent with Federal Aviation Administration regulations, which places restrictions on the operation of unmanned aircraft in order to protect campus safety, security and privacy.
With the exception of service animals (or those in training) for guests with disabilities, attendees are not permitted to bring animals into academic and dormitory buildings, major reunion headquarters sites or to the P-rade.
A dedicated private room will be available Friday and Saturday from 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM in Frist Campus Center, Room 114; and during the P-rade in Whig Hall and Dillon Gym.
Reunions attendees will have access to designated restrooms in most dormitories located within the headquarters sites. Dormitory entryways leading to these restrooms will be unlocked during the following hours:
Note that during the P-rade between the hours of 1:30 PM and 5:30 PM, dormitories with public restrooms located along the P-rade route will be available.
In addition, there are restroom trailers and/or gender-inclusive portable units available at the following campus locations: