Frequently Asked Questions
Because reunions only come around every 10 years or so, there's a good chance you've never been to one before. We've gathered some of the more common questions we get from past participants so you don't have to worry about the details and can concentrate on getting ready for the party!
Simply look for your question below and click on it to see the answer. If you don't see your question, please feel free to contact us by clicking here.


How do I know if my class is planning a reunion?
Once your class has formed a Reunion Committee and works with Reunions Unlimited to plan the perfect reunion, we send out reunion announcements containing reunion details, pricing, and other information you need to attend. If you suspect your class hasn't yet begun to plan an upcoming reunion and are interested in doing so, contact us and we'll be happy to help you start!


I heard from a friend about my reunion, but I didn't get anything in the mail. Why not, and can I still go?
While we're very good at finding people, it's impossible to find everybody without a little help. Chances are you didn't receive any announcements because you were on our Missing List and no one knew where to find you. Should that be the case, contact Reunions Unlimited and let us know! We can put your current information in our database and get information out to you immediately. And of course you can still go! Since no one knew where you were, they're probably wondering what you've been up to, so you'd better not disappoint them!


How much will my reunion cost, and what does that price include?
Your reunion's cost is determined by a number of factors. Reunions Unlimited works with your Reunion Committee to plan a fun, affordable affair. Prices vary per reunion based on choices made by the Committee for venues, entertainment, food, etc. The price listed on your reunion announcement includes food and venue. Your reunion announcement has the prices listed, or you can contact us for more details.


What if I can only attend one evening of my reunion?
If your Reunion Committee has chosen two or more evening events, Reunions Unlimited offers flexibility in pricing the reunion on a per event basis. Your reunion information will outline when separate event pricing will be available, and what the prices will be per event. (This date is included on your registration form on the back of the questionnaire.)


How do I register for my reunion?
Reunions Unlimited accepts all major credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover), checks, money orders, and cash. You can pay via mail, fax, email, or over the phone (a $3 convenience fee will be charged for all phone orders).


Sending us a check for registration payment.
When you provide a check as payment, you authorize us either to use information from your check to make a one-time electronic fund transfer from your account or to process the payment as a check transaction. When we use this information, funds may be withdrawn from your account as soon as the same day we receive your payment.

Will I get a ticket or confirmation?
No tickets or confirmations are mailed to attendees (heck,the dog would probably eat the tickets anyway). Your cancelled check or credit card statement is proof of your registration. There will be a table set up at the reunion events where you will check in.

I've already paid, but something came up and I have to cancel. Can I get a refund?
We understand that sometimes life gets in the way of attending your reunion. We will need to receive your request in writing no later than one month prior to the reunion. There is a cancellation fee of $25 for processing your request. Within 1 month prior to the reunion weekend, we will not be able to refund you as we have incurred expenses with vendors on your behalf. We would suggest that if, after two weeks prior to the reunion, you are certain that you will be unable to attend, you contact fellow classmates and "sell" your tickets to those who have not registered.


Can I get a breakdown of the reunion expenses?

How should I dress for my reunion?

Our vote is a toga. Of course, your reunion committee probably feels otherwise. The first thing to do is to look on your reunion announcement and see what type of dress has been suggested. The most common terms are semiformal, cocktail attire, dressy casual, business casual, or casual. And, with thanks to the Rocky Mountain News' Style Matters columnists Judie Schwartz and Evelinda Urman, these are defined as follows:

  • Semiformal: Men wear dark business suits, women wear fancy cocktail suits, short gowns and dresses.
  • Cocktail Attire: Men wear dark suits, women wear cocktail suits or the proverbial "little black dress." Cocktail attire is dressier than career wear, but a bit less dressy than semiformal. A cocktail dress is a short elegant evening dress made of luxury fabrics. Length is anything but formal (meaning not to the ground).
  • Dressy Casual: Office parties held at the boss's home often call for dressy casual. Note that casual does NOT mean jeans, flannel shirts or work boots, all common misinterpretations of this category. Men should wear sport coats and women should wear slacks suits, or long or short skirts with nice tops.
  • Business Casual: Slightly less dressy than dressy casual, think conservative office Friday apparel. Khakis, polo shirts, slacks, short skirts would all work.
  • Casual: What you'd wear to the grocery store. It's party time, people!

There is always a wide range of clothing worn to reunions. The most important thing is to be dressed "nice and comfortable." No one will kick you out for wearing tennis shoes! (The toga may be another story...)




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