2022 Reunion Weekend

Help us celebrate 250 years in April! All classes are invited to attend Reunion Weekend 2022 from April 22 to April 23. We will recognize our milestone classes ending in 2 and 7, in addition to those ending in 0s, 1s, 5s, and 6s, whose Reunions were postponed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Come early on Friday for special events, including a monumental 250th Founder’s Day, President McGee’s Installation, and a wine and cheese reception! Saturday will be filled with a mix of new and old events, including a State of the Institution and an event honoring Jean Burroughs and the Glee Club. We hope you plan to join us for an exciting weekend to celebrate Salem!

More Information About Reunion Events!

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Reunion Weekend 2022 FAQ

Can I plan to attend Reunion Weekend even if my class year does not end in 2 or 7?

Absolutely! We are encouraging all alumnae to plan to attend Reunion Weekend 2022. We’ll honor classes ending in 2s and 7s, as well as recognize classes ending in 0s, 1s, 5s, and 6s that were not able to have a traditional reunion due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

How does pricing for the weekend work?

Pricing is easy! You can opt to pay for the full weekend OR you can pay for a single day. Your registration includes all meals and other fees associated with the weekend. Early Bird registration pricing will be available through January 31st.

Do I have to register for Reunion Weekend?

Yes! For planning purposes we are requiring registration for all alumnae and their guests. Registration officially closes April 8, 2022.

What are the current COVID-19 protocols in place?

Salem Academy and College requires all guests to wear masks indoors (unless eating or drinking), and upon entry to campus show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (vaccine card or photo) or a recent COVID-19 test result (obtained within 72 hours prior to the event). For the health and safety of the campus community, guests should not enter campus if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms or illness or if they have had close contact exposure resulting in the need to quarantine.