Engineering Alumni Affairs plans a reunion for you and your classmates every five years. For example, if you graduated in 1980 your reunion would take place in 1985 (5-year reunion), 1990 (10-year reunion), 1995 (15-year reunion), and so on every five years. However, you don't have to be celebrating a significant anniversary as all alumni are welcome back to campus for reunion. A special reunion program is also planned for the classes celebrating milestone anniversaries such as the 25-year reunion and the 50-year reunion.
Your reunion is usually a day or two over a weekend full of fun and exciting events where you can catch up with your classmates, see how the campus has changed over the years, meet the current Dean of Engineering and the President of the University of Waterloo, and make promises to keep in touch with your classmates until the next reunion. Starting in 2019, Reunions have moved to Spring so take note of your Reunion date!
Check below for your next reunion and start planning to come back and catch up!
The date of your class Reunion in 2020 is: June 6, 2020
Does your graduating year end in 5 or 0? Visit the reunion pages below to find out your reunion details and programming.
Mark your reunion dates in your calendar so that you have the opportunity to reconnect with your classmates, your professors, and your Faculty.
Engineering Alumni Affairs mails and/or e-mails invitations three to four months before each reunion, so make sure we have your current address so you don't miss out!
Volunteer to be a reunion Class Representative
Reunion Class Representatives are essential to ensure strong alumni participation and a successful reunion. Review the Class Rep job description and then contact the Alumni Officer to volunteer. There's perks and prizes involved!
Check out a video about the 2017 Reunion:
Future reunion dates
Visit our Future reunion dates page to find out when your reunion is scheduled.
Photo gallery of past reunions
Did you recently attend an Engineering reunion? Are you thinking about attending a reunion and you want to see what has been done in the past? Check out these great photos from the most recent Engineering reunion.