Virtual Reunions 2021

June 4–13

June traditions persist! Not the same as it ever was, but we’re excited to offer 50+ opportunities to reconnect with fellow Reedies and rediscover all that you love about Reed. Mark your calendars and join us for two weeks of events this June! 

There will be quinquennial reunion class gatherings, faculty lectures, affinity group meet-ups, virtual campus tours, “chance encounters,” and a full Alumni College focused on the topic of climate change. Expect to see events you know and love, as well as lots of creative additions as the alumni community makes the best of this year’s virtual format to connect in new ways.

New this year: We have an online event platform (Socio) that will host all of our Reunions and Alumni College programming as well as tools for connecting with alumni attendees all in the same place. The platform (Socio) includes the full agenda, links to join live events, alumni attendee profiles, and more. There is also a mobile app with all of the same features, should you want to join from your phone or tablet.

Register to access the full schedule of events

Reunions and Alumni College are free to attend and all of the Reed Community is invited.

Get access to virtual Reunions and Alumni College in 2 easy steps!

1. Let us know you'd like to attend via our Google registration form.

RSVP!2. Create an account on our event platforum, Socio, to see the full agenda, event descriptions, supporting materials and links to all our live events.

Making a Socio account is easy!
Enter your name, email and use the pass code DOYLEOWL21 (all caps) when prompted.

Sign up for Socio!

Questions? Please contact Alumni Programs,, 503-777-7589. We're happy to help you get registered and logged into Socio for the full list of events, descriptions, and how to access the livestreams.


To see the full schedule of events, log in here to see the full descriptions on our event platform. If you haven't signed up for Socio, our event platform, you'll be prompted to make an account. Simply enter DOYLEOWL21 (all caps) when asked for our access code.

Can't wait? Here is a tentative schedule and some Reunions highlights:

      • Quinquennial class gatherings (class years ending in 1s and 6s)
      • Saturday morning lecture by Pancho Savery, professor of English and humanities
      • Foster-Scholz Club talk with William Diebold, Jane Neuberger Goodsell Professor of art history and humanities
      • Annual talent show with Mateo Burtch ’82
      • Black alumni gathering
      • LGBTQIA2S+ Alumni Network hangout
      • First-Gen Alumni Network hangout 
      • Meat Smoke cooking demonstration
      • Alumni panel on unexpected career paths
      • Virtual scriptorium
      • and more... 


Please visit the FAQ page for answers to your questions.