Reunion, June 8-11, 2023


Want to relive your dorm experience? Stay on campus with your fellow classmates and be close to all of the weekend activities. Please note that rooms are booked on a first-come, first-served basis and are subject to availability. Just like in your student days, communal housing means there will likely be noise from your fellow alumni Reunion attendees. If you prefer to stay off campus, a list of nearby St. Paul hotels are listed below, some with special rates for the weekend. Additional lodging options are also available near the airport and the Mall of America, as well as online at Airbnb and VRBO.

On-Campus Housing

Rooms are available from 1 p.m. Thursday through 12 p.m. (noon) on Sunday. Space is limited. If you are hoping to stay on campus during Reunion we strongly recommend registering as early as possible for the best chance to be housed on campus. Registration for housing will be closed once all space has been filled.


$115 flat rate per person for Golden Scots Housing: Classes of 1973 and earlier
$150 flat rate per person for General Housing: Classes of 1974 and later

Room Assignments

Rooms are assigned at the close of registration. You will receive your room assignment and key upon check-in. If you plan to share your room with another classmate, please contact them in advance to confirm their attendance. You will both need to list each other as your desired roommate in order to secure a room together. We work to group attendees by class year when possible to give you the best chance to reconnect and engage with fellow classmates.

A linen package, including sheets, blanket, pillow, and towels, is provided for each registered guest in a room. Those staying on campus will be responsible for making their own beds. All beds are twin-sized. Cribs are not available. Individuals will need to bring toiletries, hair dryers, iron, fans, alarm clock, etc. Note that only George Draper Dayton is air-conditioned.

Residence hall accommodations feature bathrooms down the hall from your room (except George Draper Dayton which has private/semi-private baths).

We do our best to accommodate requests, but please remember, it’s a dorm room and not a hotel, so plan accordingly.

Suggested Items to Bring
  • Toiletries
  • Flip-flops for shower
  • Hair dryer
  • Alarm clock
  • Small fan
  • Extra blanket or pillow, if needed
  • Water bottle


Frequently Asked Questions

Staying in an Area Hotel

If staying in a residence hall doesn’t sound appealing, check out one of these local area hotels. Group rates offered are on a first-come, first-served basis. Transportation between your choice of lodging and campus will be your responsibility.