June 3 to June 5, 2022

Class of 2002 - 20th Reunion

20th Party Photo
#TuftsReunion

Celebrate your reunion!

Celebrate your reunion! Reconnect with classmates and campus to celebrate your 20th Reunion! We look forward to welcoming you back to campus for reunions.

The registration page is set to open in February. Check back for more details.

20th Reunion Class Party

Date: Saturday, June 4th
Time: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Residential Quad Tent
Cost: Early Bird -  $79
         Regular - $89 

*register by 3/31/22 for early bird pricing

Stay Connected

Class of 2002 Where Are They Now?

Top 5 States
Massachusetts
New York
California
New Jersey
Pennsylvania

Map of USA with little blue dots showing where classmates live

Committee Members

Sarah Barnett, NY
Tommy Calvert, TX
JR Cruz, MA
Kelly Douglas, NY
Dara Lynn Freytag, MA
Eric Greenberg, MA
Emily Grossman, MA

Catherine Hormats, NY
David Isquith, IL
Alwin Jones, NY
Henry Kasdon, MA
Donna Laverdiere, CA
Sean McDermott, VA
Michael Prindiville, CA
Colin O’Higgins, FL

John Ronan, MA
Nicole Sambur, NY
Eric Shrago, CT
Sarah Siegel, OH
Sarah Stuart, VA
Jeremy Wang-Iverson, Spain
Alyssa Yenikomishian, MA

Reunion Class Giving

All gifts made to any area of Tufts from July 1, 2021 through Reunion Weekend 2022 will count towards your class total. A special way to honor your Reunion is with a gift to Tufts to help future Jumbos. Your gift will count towards securing an Alumni Weekend Award for your class!

You can increase the impact of your support by setting up a recurring gift or making a multi-year pledge. 

Make your reunion gift today!
Two students walk on the Tufts campus, passing a life-size statue of Jumbo the elephant

Update your contact info

Make sure your contact information is up to date in the Tufts Alumni Directory! You can also email alumni@tufts.edu or call: 1-866-351-5184.

Volunteer with your reunion

Reunion volunteers make Tufts Alumni Weekend happen. They take the lead building attendance, generating enthusiasm, and fundraising during their milestone year. Their leadership is vital to your class and to the university’s future. By planning a celebration that is full of fun and friends — and by asking your classmates to support Tufts as part of your Reunion celebration — they send the message that Tufts is an important priority. By joining your reunion committee, you will inspire reunion attendance and philanthropic support within your class.
Lindsay Ragazzini