Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register?
You can register online by clicking here, or call Robyn Kobes in the Office of External Affairs to register by phone: (773) 834-5961.
Where should I stay?
The Law School has arranged for blocks of rooms to be held, at a discounted rate, at two downtown hotels; additionally, the University of Chicago has partnered with several hotels in the Chicago area to offer discounted rates to alumni. Please click here for more information.
What should I wear?
The recommended attire for events is business casual. However, please consult the forecast—as you know, Chicago’s spring weather is unpredictable.
What if I have dietary restrictions or special needs?
Kosher, vegetarian, or other special meals are available upon request; please note your preference when you register.
Can I bring my family?
All Reunion activities are open to alumni and their families. If you are bringing your family for a weekend of fun in Chicago, child care services are available from a number of local providers, including American Child Care (312.644.7300 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
The University does not endorse or assume liability for any outside child-care service provider.
Will there be transportation to the Law School on Saturday?
Yes, there will be shuttle service from the Gleacher Center to the Law School in the morning and from the Law School to the Gleacher Center in the afternoon. The Gleacher Center is located in Chicago's downtown, just off the Magnificent Mile. Parking will be available in the lot behind the Law School on Saturday as well. For more information about transportation in and around Chicago, click here.
Where can I learn more about other activities taking place in and around Chicago during the Weekend?
We’re thrilled that you will be returning to Chicago and hope that you can take full advantage of both the activities the Law School has planned as well as some of the impressive attractions the City of Chicago has to offer. Please click here for a list of activities and attractions in the Chicago area and for additional transportation and logistical information.