It’s your Reunion year! Relive your time on campus and give your classmates an update on your life since graduation. Even if you aren’t able to attend Reunion, you can still celebrate and catch up by submitting a page to your 50th Reunion Class Book. 

Once you register, you can search for classmates by name, residential college, hobby, interest, or keyword and can view a map of where your classmates live. When you submit your page, your classmates can view it instantly, and you can see their pages.

If your email address isn’t recognized when you try to register, we do not have it listed as your preferred email address in our database. Please contact us at alumnireunions@wustl.edu, and we’ll send a link to your preferred email address. 

Class of 1970

Class of 1971

Class of 1972*

*The Class of 1972 Reunion Class Book will be available in the fall.

Anyone who attends Reunion at Commencement or makes a Class Gift of any amount between July 1, 2021, and June 30, 2022, and has submitted a page will receive a hard copy of the Class of 1971 or Class of 1972 50th Reunion Class Book. Submit your entry by May 6, 2022, to guarantee it will be included. If you do not want to receive a hard copy, contact us at alumnireunions@wustl.edu or 314-935-6503.

If you have trouble submitting your pages online, you may contact us at alumnireunions@wustl.edu for mailing options.

Not sure what to submit? Here are some questions to help you get started! 

WashU memories 

  • What do you remember most from your time on campus? 
  • What were your favorite activities, classes, or places to hang out with friends? 
  • Were you part of any groups, clubs, performances, etc.? 
  • Is there a favorite WashU story you like to tell? 
  • What does being a graduate of WashU mean to you?

Life since graduation

  • Did you go to graduate school, start work, or become a community volunteer? 
  • Do you have any children or grandchildren? 
  • Have you taken any trips or done anything exciting you would like to share? 
  • What are you most proud of?

BrightCrowd, the third-party vendor who created the Class Books platform, was screened by WashU’s Information Security Office and passed the university’s Data Risk Assessment process.