Class of 2015: Celebrate Your 5th Reunion, June 5–7, 2020!

Five years have flown by. You have friends you haven’t seen since graduation in 2015. Perhaps you wonder what’s changed at Middlebury and what’s the same. Well, get ready to reconnect, catch up, and share memories! Make plans now to come back for Middlebury Reunion Weekend 2020, June 5–7.

More than 2,000 people came back last year, including 260 from the 5th Reunion class. We hope the Class of 2015 will have an even better turnout. You’ll hang out with your friends, reconnect with people you’ve lost touch with, and find friends in people you only knew by sight. And you’ll enjoy Vermont at the (second) most beautiful time of year.

 A look back at Reunion 2019

Get Involved

The College organizes social, recreational, athletic, and cultural events each year, but 5th Reunion volunteers will plan events tailored to the interests of your classmates. We need your ideas! Suggest activities and events and volunteer to organize them. Do you want to hike up Snake Mountain, play corn hole on Battell Beach, jam with class musicians, organize a class panel, or barbecue at Lake Dunmore? Contact Nadia Schreiber '12, 5th Reunion staff coordinator, and share your ideas.

Get the Word Out

The more class members who return, the more fun your Middlebury Reunion will be, so let your friends know you’ll be there and encourage them to join you.

Alumni tell us the number-one reason they returned for a Middlebury Reunion was hearing from a classmate, so start contacting classmates. You don’t have to be on the committee to get the word out. Reconnect on the class Facebook group and join the Middlebury Reunion Facebook event. Share information about Reunion on your social channels. Text, call, email, and message your classmates.


Participate in Your Class Gift

Your first Reunion provides an opportunity to reflect on the impact Middlebury has had on your life. The College presented you with opportunities to learn and grow, to find your place in the world, and to start relationships that will stand the test of time. When you make a gift in honor of your 5th Reunion, you’ll help to guarantee that the students of today and tomorrow will be able to enjoy the same transformative Middlebury experience.

Gifts of every size make a difference and count toward the class participation goal. The Class of 2014 made it to 24 percent, and your classmates want to beat that number. Let’s do it!

What’s on Tap for Middlebury Reunion

The complete Reunion Weekend 2020 schedule will be available in March, but here are some of the Reunion highlights:

  • Class-specific events on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
  • Friday night American Flatbread pizza and dance party with your class
  • Time to hang out with friends
  • Open houses, faculty lectures, tours
  • Lawn-party games on Battell Beach
  • Ice-cream social (Last year we served 2,000 cups!)
  • Reunion parade and Convocation
  • Saturday all-class dinner under the tents
  • Fireworks and dancing under the stars to the Grift

It’s All in the Details

  • Registration opens in early March and closes in mid-May.
  • Cost: Pricing for Reunion 2020 has not been announced yet. Check back in March for this year's pricing.
  • Check-in begins at noon on Friday, June 5.
  • Housing: The 5th Reunion class is housed in Ross, and most people choose to stay on campus with classmates. Explore off-capus options here.
  • More information: Check out our FAQ or email


Contact Nadia Schreiber '12, social and fundraising coordinator for the Class of 2015, at 802-443-5000 or or reach out to a Reunion committee member.

Alumni Office
700 Exchange Street
Middlebury College
Middlebury, VT 05753
P: 802.443.5183