Reunion Survey

The weekend of Saturday, October 3, 2015, Hanover College will recognize all class years that end in 5's and 0's beginning with the Class of 1950.

For individual reunion information, please find your class year in the left column.  This will be updated throughout the coming months.  Please mark that date on your calendar right now and plan to attend!

Although it may seem early, we need to begin making plans now for YOUR reunion. Please complete the online survey so that we may plan an event that will be meaningful to your class.

  • Class of 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005 & 2010Reunion Survey

How Will I Receive Reunion Information?

1950, 1955, 1960 and 1965:
In the coming months, you will receive local hotel and reunion information via the post office.  Reunion registration will also be mailed to you this summer.  Throughout the coming year, your reunion information will be updated online.

However, only through email will last minute changes and updates of your reunion be sent to you and your class members.  We encourage you to submit your email address so we can be in touch!

1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2010:
Reunion information will be posted and updated online throughout the coming months.

However, only through email will announcements and details of your reunion be sent to you and your class members.  So that we can be in touch, please update your information today!

Volunteer to be a Reunion Chair(s)

Reunion chairs are needed:  see below for details

The Class Reunion Chair (or co-chair) serves as the key volunteer for his/her class in preparation for their class reunion and Homecoming Weekend.  The Class Reunion Chair serves as the primary liaison to your class reunion committee and maintains communication with the Office of Alumni Engagement throughout the year. Some of the specific responsibilities of the Class Reunion Chair include the following:

  • Organize committee members from volunteers and personal contacts within your class, if working with a committee. 
  • Lend your name to the reunion letters sent by the Alumni Engagement Office.
  • Generate email letters, with the guidance of the Alumni Engagement Office, and work with committee members to do same, if working with a committee.
  • Communicate expectations to your committee, if working with a committee.
  • Communicate with classmates over the course of the year to generate enthusiasm for your reunion.
  • Provide guidance in class-related matters.
  • Suggest faculty to be a guest speaker at your reunion.
  • Plan a program agenda for your reunion, if desired.
  • Arrive before the beginning of your reunion event(s) and greet classmates and guests.
  • Use of social media is encouraged.
  • Write a short post-Homecoming report and submit to Director of the Alumni Engagement Office.

Reunion Planning Committee

The Class Reunion Committee Member supports the work of the Class Reunion Chair(s) and helps to encourage attendance at your reunion and Homecoming Weekend. Specific responsibilities of the committee member include the following:
  • Maintain communication with the Class Reunion Chair.
  • Make phone calls to encourage attendance at your reunion and Homecoming.
  • Participate in conference calls or email communication with other committee members as needed.
  • Attend Homecoming Weekend.

Interested in Becoming a Reunion Chair or Committee Member?

If you would like to volunteer as a planning chair or committee member for your Reunion, please email us, or call Ann Inman, Director of Alumni Engagement at 812-866-7013.

Reunion Registration

Registration will be available online this summer.


If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Alumni Engagement at or call Ann Inman, Director, at 1-812-866-7013.