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Spring Reunions Weekend: Classes of ’70, ’65, ’60 and ’55

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See You in Chapel Hill, May 7-10

We’re celebrating the classes of ’70, ’65, ’60, ’55 and the Old Students Club during Spring Reunions Weekend 2020.

Things to Do

Sign Up to Attend All Reunion Events 

The moment you've been waiting for - sign up is now open for all reunion events.

Sign Up to Attend Old Students Club Luncheon Only 

Sign up to attend the luncheon. This luncheon is Friday, May 8, at 11:30 a.m., and is for Carolina alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago.

See Who's Coming 

See who from your class is coming back to Chapel Hill this May for Spring Reunions Weekend. Your classmates are depending on you to remember, reflect and remain connected to each other and to UNC.

Parking and Getting Around 

We've made parking and getting around in Chapel Hill easy for you. Get all of the details here as the weekend nears so you know right where to go.

Interested in contacting your classmates and encouraging them to attend? Or interested in volunteering in other ways? Email reunions@unc.edu, and we’ll put you in touch with class committee chairs to have you volunteer in one Heel of a way. Be sure your own University record is up to date so Carolina friends can connect with you, too.

Points of Contact

Jennifer Guy '09
Coordinator of Alumni Reunions and Special Events
919-962-3576
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Jennifer joined the GAA in January 2017. She is thrilled to be back at Carolina and loves bumping into fellow Tar Heels on her (almost) daily walks around campus. In her spare time, Jennifer can be found chasing her daughters with her college sweetheart Shawn ’08, dining with friends at their favorite restaurants, playing the piano or getting lost in a good book.

Jean Service '85
Coordinator of Alumni Reunions and Special Events
919-962-7054
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Jean joined the staff of the GAA in May 2019. She loves connecting people and planning opportunities for fellow Tar Heels to return to Chapel Hill. Jean enjoys spending time with family and friends at the lake, taking walks with her dogs and gardening.