Welcome To Your Poly Reunion!

We have remained hopeful that the state of the pandemic would allow for us to bring our alumni community together on campus this spring for Alumni and Reunion Weekend. With the health and safety of our entire community as our top priority, we have made the decision to transition our reunion weekend to a fully virtual experience. While we cannot be together in person, we are committed to creating a reunion experience that celebrates once in a lifetime milestones, treasured friendships, and everything that makes Poly special. Together, we are a resilient, creative, and innovative community, and our Alumni Office and reunion volunteers are excited about the possibilities that virtual events will bring. And, of course, when it is safer to do so, we can’t wait to welcome you back to campus for an in-person celebration. 

If you haven’t yet done so, please be sure to join your reunion class group on PolyConnect. Once you’ve joined the group, you can post photos, share memories, updates about your life, and comment on your classmates’ posts. We’ll be using the groups to share more updates about reunion weekend and ways you can get involved. Please also refer to this  webpage for the latest information about the events. 

There is still time to get involved to help us plan for your class reunion this year! Reunion volunteers are essential to creating a personal and memorable reunion experience. As we begin to plan for a variety of virtual events, we will lean on our volunteers to inform our decisions for making the reunion feel personal and meaningful to each class. If you would like to be involved with your reunion committee to help plan, please reach out to me at kvieser@polytechnic.org. 

A special thank you to our reunion committee volunteers who have partnered with us to make it a memorable reunion year for everyone. 

Sincerely,

Katherine Vieser
Director of Alumni and Community Relations

Stay Connected

Once you join your class group on PolyConnect, you can post photos, share memories, updates about your life, and comment on your classmates’ posts. We’ll be using the groups to share more updates about reunion weekend and ways you can get involved.

Virtual Alumni and Reunion Weekend 2021: Schedule of Events April 29 - May 1

Stay tuned for more details and event schedule coming soon!

Alumni Make an Impact

Each year, gifts from our alumni community account for nearly 25 percent of the school’s fundraising goals. Recognizing the uniqueness of the Poly community and the opportunities and experiences afforded by a Poly education, alumni have maintained a strong commitment to supporting Poly financially. By contributing to Poly at any level, alumni donors ensure current and future students benefit in the same ways they did when they were Poly students. Many alumni choose to give a special contribution to Poly in honor of their reunion.

During the reunion celebrations, the Alumni Association presents two giving awards, the Founders Award to the class with the greatest cumulative giving and the Willis Stork Award to the class with the highest participation rate, to recognize the increased participation and support.

Reunion Committees

2020

List of 3 frequently asked questions.

  • Class of 1980

    Lisa Gobar
    Susie Littlefield
    Ann Park
    Maura Murphy Hoss
  • Class of 1970

    David Fletcher
    David Robbins
    Lisa Grady Simmons
  • Class of 1975

    Maggie Koenig Englund
    Deborah Matthews Priore
    Lisa Krueger

List of 2 frequently asked questions.

  • Class of 1985

    Heather Bohr Unterseher
    Bob Burrows
    Lori MacPherson
    Derek Phillips
    Elisabeth Weiss Roberts
    Stefani Tomono Takahashi
    Shannon Thyne
    Chris Wilson
    Jon Nalick
  • Class of 1990

    Roopal Saran
    Jordan Wallens

2021

List of 4 frequently asked questions.

List of 4 frequently asked questions.