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Reunions

Our affinity and class-based reunions reinforce the mission of the GAA, to keep alumni involved with and informed about their University.

Affinity Reunions

Upcoming Affinity Reunions

Black Alumni Reunion: Nov. 5-8 | Learn more.

 


Affinity reunions are gatherings of alumni based on their involvement in or allegiance to a particular group, experience or common connection (i.e. sororities, fraternities, band, club etc.). These alumni events can take place anytime during the year, although several affinities take place during Homecoming Weekend.

Class-Based Reunions

Upcoming Class-Based Reunions

Reunion Weekend 2016 | May 5-8
Classes of 1956, 1961, 1966 and the Old Students Club
More details to come this summer.
Questions? Email reunions@unc.edu or call (919) 962-3576.


Classes celebrating their 50th or older reunions are held in conjunction with the traditional Reunion Weekend during Commencement Weekend each spring.

Click here to view additional class reunion pages
For classes who have already celebrated a 40th reunion and older.

Looking to plan a reunion but aren’t sure where to start? Let us help. Your GAA welcomes the opportunity to assist alumni from a particular group (affinity reunion) or specific class (class-based reunion). Reunion events have been as simple as a cocktail reception to a week-long schedule of events. Make plans today to reconnect.

Plan an Affinity Reunion

Tanea Pettis '95
Manager of Affinity Activities Affinity (Special Interest) Reunions, Light on the Hill Society Scholarship
919-843-9694
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Tanea has been a member of the GAA staff since 1998 and currently serves as manager of affinity activities, overseeing multiple program areas. She’s a dedicated member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., carries her NOOK with her wherever she goes and has a large collection of Coca-Cola bottles from across the world in her office.

Plan a Class-Based Reunion

Linda Sherck '95 (MA)
Manager of Alumni Activities Class Reunions (50th and older), Regional Outreach Events, Family Camp
919-962-3576
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Linda has worked with the GAA since 1992, coordinating and managing several program areas within the GAA. When she’s not working, her life is filled mostly with the ‘fun’ of being the parent of two teenagers. She shares her fan loyalties with her other alma mater, Michigan State, which made the 2009 Men’s Basketball National Championship amazing to watch.