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Alumni in the Classes of 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014, 2019, 2021, and 2023, as well as the fourth YGELP cohort, and TBC at SOM’s 2022-23 Fellowship cohort, are invited to celebrate their milestone reunions the weekend of May 3-5, 2024.


The Blake Hotel New Haven
9 High Street
New Haven, CT 06510
(203) 390-5352
(475) 234-6557
Book your group rate for Yale SOM Reunion 2024 (group block name is “YSOMreunion”)
Rate: $329 | Cut-off date: 4/12/24

Courtyard New Haven at Yale 
30 Whalley Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 777-6221
(800) 321-2211
Book your group rate for Yale SOM Reunion 2024
Rate: $199 | Cut-off date: 4/2/24

[SOLD OUT] The Graduate New Haven 
1151 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511
(475) 207-7070 (group block name is "YSOM Annual Reunion Weekend") 
Book your group rate for Yale SOM Reunion 2024
Rate: $299 | Cut-off date: 4/11/24

Hotel Marcel
500 Sargent Drive
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 780-7800
Book your group rate for Yale SOM Reunion 2024
Rate: $179 | Cut-off date: 4/2/24

Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale 
155 Temple St
New Haven, CT 06510 
(203) 772-6664 
Book your group rate for Yale SOM Reunion 2024
Rate: $249 | Cut-off date: 4/1/2024

The Study at Yale (Sold Out) 
1157 Chapel Street
New Haven, CT 06511
(203) 503-3900 (group block name is Yale School of Management Reunion)
Book your group rate for Yale SOM Reunion 2024
Rate: $259 | Cut-off date: 4/11/24


Class of 2023 Reunion Weekend All activities

  • $200.00

Class of 2023 – Saturday & Sunday Activities

  • $225.00 

Class of 2021 Reunion Weekend All activities

  • $100.00 (deposit, total amount refunded upon attendance of Reunion Weekend 2024)

Reunion Weekend – All activities (all other classes)

  • $350.00

Reunion Weekend – Saturday & Sunday Activities (all other classes)

  • $225.00

Saturday Class Dinner only – All classes

  • $125.00

Children Ages 4 - 17 All Reunion Weekend Activities (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)

  • $150.00

Children Ages 4 - 17 Saturday All Day & Evening (includes class dinner and Sunday farewell breakfast)

  • $125.00

Children 3 and under

  • Free

Camp SOM Friday Childcare (12:00 pm - 11:00 pm, includes lunch, dinner & snacks)

  • $175.00

Camp SOM Saturday AM (8:00 am - 11:45 am includes breakfast and snacks)

  • $75.00

Camp SOM Saturday PM (1:00 pm - 11:00 pm includes snacks and dinner)

  • $150.00

Camp SOM All Sessions (Friday 12pm - 11pm and Saturday 8am - 11pm)

  • $225.00


Alumni and guests traveling from outside of the country to attend reunion may request a visa letter from the Alumni Relations Office. Please fill out the form and send it back to

We suggest “smart casual” or "neat attire".  For reference, casual slacks and a sport coat, or nice jeans and a blouse or dress shirt seem perfectly reasonable. Wear what feels right to you.  

Free parking is available throughout the weekend at the locations listed below: 

Lot 16 located at 260 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511 (Located at Whitney Ave and Humphrey Street) *beginning at 5pm on Friday, May 3rd.

Pierson-Sage Parking Garage located at 260 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT 06511 (Located at Whitney Ave and Humphrey Street) *beginning at 5pm on Friday, May 3rd.

Additional parking information can be found here.

Please check the website of individual locations regarding the most recent guidelines surrounding hours of operation and visitor policies.

Art in Public Spaces at the School of Medicine Portraits of Strength is a selection of images taken between February and October 2021 that documents the experiences of health care providers, scientists, and other essential workers across Yale School of Medicine and Yale New Haven Hospital. The project was conceived to express gratitude to these individuals, share their stories, and record their contributions as our community came together to understand, treat, and prevent the spread of COVID-19. Creative director Allaire Bartel and photographer Anthony DeCarlo posed five questions to each subject; portions of their responses appear with each portrait.

Bass Library The newly renovated Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Library is the starting point for undergraduate research support and library instruction as well as a popular student workspace. Through its staff, services, and a print collection of 61,000 volumes, Bass Library supports the Yale College curriculum across all subject areas. Bass Library staff work with faculty and other Yale Library staff to introduce students to the full range of Yale University Library collections, resources, and services. Originally called Cross-Campus Library, Bass Library is adjacent and connected to Sterling Memorial Library via the Wright Reading Room below Sterling Library’s Gothic Nave.

Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library is the rare book library and literary archive of the Yale University Library in New Haven, Connecticut. It is one of the largest buildings in the world dedicated to rare books and manuscripts. Yale University Library has reopened special collections reading rooms to non-Yale researchers who are fully vaccinated and boosted. Researchers will be required to register in the Yale Library special collections system, complete the University vaccine attestation process in advance of their visit, and show a copy of their approval email for admission to the library on the day of their visit. Public visitors are welcome in the Beinecke Library exhibition hall on Monday and Tuesday, 9am – 7pm; Wednesday, 10am – 7pm; Thursday, 9am – 7pm; Friday, 9am – 5pm; and Saturday and Sunday, noon – 5pm. No reservation or registration is required for individual walk-in visits.  

East Rock Park The Summit of East Rock is accessible by foot, bicycle or car and affords visitors a spectacular view of downtown New Haven, New Haven Harbor, Long Island Sound, and surrounding communities. It is a favorite tourist stop in New Haven. The 425-acre park is located on the New Haven / Hamden border.

Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop is an experimental learning workshop for students, teachers, and families. We collect, interpret, and teach experiments that are the roots of design and invention.
Ely Center of Contemporary Art Founded in 1961, the John Slade Ely House is New Haven's first major arts center curating hosting many regional arts organizations.

Escape New Haven You and your team have 60 minutes to escape the room by solving a series of puzzles. Our four games are all designed and built in-house, and staffed by Connecticut’s favorite Game Masters. Explore, adapt, work together, think creatively…and you just might escape!

Grove Street Cemetery The New Haven, Connecticut, burial ground, opened 1796, is the oldest cemetery in the nation designed as a “city of the dead,” with named avenues and cross streets. A National Historic Landmark, it is also the first chartered burial ground in the United States and the first to be arranged in family lots.

It Adventure Indoor Ropes Course It Adventure Ropes Course - Two 60’ high ropes courses. The largest indoor ropes course in the world, with over 100 activities like zig zag swinging beams, crisscross angle rope ladders, cargo nets, bridges, and plank-walking!

Irving S. Gilmore Music Library The Irving S. Gilmore Music Library is one of the largest music collections in the United States, supporting musical performance and scholarship at Yale University and beyond.

Mew Café The Mew Café is a cat cafe is a place where you can get your caffeine fix and cat fix at the same time. Imagine enjoying your morning cup of coffee and crossword puzzle while a cat looks on next to you. Or catching up with friends after work, petting cats as you unwind.

New Haven Food Tours Taste of New Haven aims to create enjoyable leisure activities connecting people with local food, culture, history, and each other. We want to educate, entertain, and inspire our guests, our partner restaurants, shops, and onlookers. We are also working towards creating an interactive community invested in the City of New Haven to help make the city a more viable, vibrant, and safe cultural destination.

New Haven Museum Three hundred and seventy-five years of history come to life at the New Haven Museum. From the colony’s founding as a puritan village through its growth into a major industrial center and now a thriving metropolitan area, New Haven’s history is brought to life for our visitors, inspiring a rich appreciation of the City’s past, present, and future.

New Haven Scavenger Hunt New Haven Scavenger Hunt is a app-led outdoor scavenger hunt, you will explore New Haven like never before. Walk from landmark to landmark to discover art, culture, and history. Search plaques, statues, and art to solve riddles that can only be found on location. If you cannot find the answer, they will guide you to the next location.

Pez Visitor Center Come see and experience the PEZ brand in person. Over 4,000 square feet dedicated to all things PEZ! See the largest, most comprehensive collection of PEZ memorabilia on public display in the world, PEZ motorcycle built by Orange County Choppers, the world's largest PEZ dispenser, viewing area into our production area, PEZ trivia game, retail area, interactive historical time line and much more. Learn about the brand that has been inspiring and innovating since 1927!

Ralph Walker Skating Rink Ralph Walker Ice Rink at Blake Field is New Haven's open-air ice rink. 

Sterling Memorial Library In the heart of central campus, Sterling Memorial Library is Yale’s largest library and one of the University’s most iconic buildings.  Completed in 1930, it houses more than 2.5 million volumes, with a focus on humanities and area studies, on 14 floors of book stacks.  Designed by architect James Gamble Rogers (Yale Class of 1889) and later named for its benefactor, John William Sterling (Yale Class of 1864), the library is built in the Collegiate Gothic style to resemble a European cathedral. The main entrance, known as the Nave, has a 60-foot ceiling, cloisters, clerestory windows, side chapels, and a circulation desk altar.  Stained glass windows throughout the building—3,300 in all—were designed by artist G. Owen Bonawit.  In addition to reading rooms and library departments, Sterling encompasses Gilmore Music Library, Manuscripts and Archives, the Franke Family Digital Humanities Lab, the Yale Film Archive, the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning, and the Hanke Exhibition Gallery.

The Cushing Center Medical Library The Cushing Brain Tumor registry is an immense archival collection of over 2,200 case studies which includes human whole brain specimens, tumor specimens, microscopic slides, notes, journal excerpts and over 15,000 photographic negatives dating from the late 1800’s to 1936. The collection began in 1902 when Dr. Harvey Cushing discovered one of his specimens was misplaced by the Johns Hopkins Pathology department. To avoid future misplacements, Cushing decided it was safest to retain the specimens himself. The registry documents the history of neurological medicine from its beginning.

The collection resides in the lower level of the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library. The space is designed to give visitors a unique experience showing Cushing as a caring surgeon, author, collector, and bibliophile. Each specimen has been carefully examined, cleaned, and re-housed in the original one-gallon jars by forensic scientist, Nicole St. Pierre. The Cushing Center opened on June 5, 2010.

The New Haven Green Founded in 1638, New Haven, Connecticut is one of the oldest cities in the United States and also one of the most walkable cities in New England. The New Haven Green, a remarkable 16-acre site in the center of the downtown, is the central square in the original nine square design of the city. The Green is famous for its canopy of elm trees, free concerts, and historic architecture. 

The Committee of the Proprietors of Common and Undivided Lands at New Haven was established in 1810. The five trustees act to preserve the Green's history, preventing its commercialization and ensuring that it remains an open and beautiful green space for enjoyment by the community. The New Haven Green is a National Historic Landmark and was named one of the country's top 10 public spaces by the American Planning Association.

Wooster Square Park  Wooster Square is a neighborhood in the city of New Haven, Connecticut to the east of downtown. The name refers to a park square located between Greene Street, Wooster Place, Chapel Street and Academy Street in the center of the neighborhood. The Wooster Square Park is included in the Wooster Square Historic District and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Yale Farm In May 2003, the first group of YSFP student interns began to transform a forgotten corner of Farnam Memorial Gardens into an agricultural space. Today, the Yale Farm at 345 Edwards Street (a 15-minute walk from Old Campus) is a lush and productive academic farm that produces dozens of varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers, and is home to free-range laying hens and honeybees. 

Throughout the year, students, faculty, staff, and members of the New Haven community visit Yale Farm to study the connection between land and food. The Farm employs growing practices and crop rotations that reflect our regional and national agricultural landscape. In this way, the Yale Farm strives to be a working model of agricultural approaches that students can participate in directly.

Yale Center for British Art The Yale Center for British Art is a public art museum and research institute that houses the largest collection of British art outside the United Kingdom. Presented to the university by Paul Mellon (Yale College, Class of 1929), the collection reflects the development of British art and culture from the Elizabethan period onward. 

Yale University Art Gallery The Yale University Art Gallery collects, preserves, studies, and presents art in all media, from all regions of the globe and across time. The museum’s exceptional collection—numbering nearly 300,000 objects—is the core of its identity. It sustains and catalyzes all we do.

Founded in 1832, the Gallery is the oldest university art museum in America. Today, it is a center for teaching, learning, and scholarship and is a preeminent cultural asset for Yale University, the wider academic community, and the public. The museum is open to all, free of charge, and is committed to engaging audiences through thoughtful, creative, and relevant exhibitions, programs, and publications.


Yale SOM is dedicated to making Reunion financially feasible for all classmates. Yale School of Management generously subsidizes the cost of Reunion Weekend, we recognize that for some alumni the cost of attending Reunion Weekend may be a hardship. Please contact the office of Alumni Relations if you require financial assistance to register for Reunion Weekend.

Your Yale SOM Reunion is an opportunity to come back to campus and also to give back to the school.


For more information about Yale SOM reunions, contact: 

The Office of Alumni Relations