Class of 1974
40th Reunion in 2014
With attendance for 40th reunion events dwindling over the years, the GAA offered something new for the Class of ’74 rather than just cancel a 40th reunion celebration altogether. Unfortunately, registrations were not sufficient for the program to run. Read below for more details.
REUNION SUMMER COLLEGE
1964-74, A Decade of Challenges and Change
Your General Alumni Association, in conjunction with UNC’s Program in the Humanities, designed a program which would have given you the opportunity to return to Chapel Hill for a program designed exclusively for the classes of ’69 and ’74.
What do you remember about your time at Carolina? Do you wish you could go back to the era to revisit some of the important developments of the 60s and 70s, or maybe just catch up with some of your old classmates and professors?
This program would have allowed you to return to UNC and:
And those are just three of 18 diverse and intriguing sessions which would have looked at the impact of the 1964-74 decade.
TWO REGISTRATION OPTIONS WERE AVAILABLE:
Option 1) Immerse yourself in the full summer college, four-day, three-night program which will include:
Cost: $499 per person; GAA members pay only $469 per person
Reunion Summer College participants will have the option to live in the historic, affordable Old East dormitory — within sight of the Old Well and in the heart of Carolina’s campus.
Option 2) Class members were also invited to join the fun on Saturday evening only at The Carolina Club (inside the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on campus) which would have included:
Cost: $58 per person; GAA members pay only $48 per person Note: The keynote enrichment session and reunion party were included at no extra cost for participants in the full
Remember: Only YOU can make it a “reunion”.
If your idea of a great reunion is spending time catching up with former classmates, well then, that part is up to YOU. The GAA can plan programs and events, but we can’t guarantee you’re going to be able to visit with people you want to see again. GAA members have access 24/7 to the Online Alumni Directory, or the GAA will assist you in reconnecting with old friends (send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org). Reach out and invite someone you want to see to join you in Chapel Hill for this experience.
Questions? Contact the GAA at email@example.com or call (919) 843-0446.