Reunion Lodging

2023 On-Campus Housing

A highlight for many alumni guests is the opportunity to "go back in time" by staying with friends and family in on-campus residence halls. One of the many benefits of the Reunion is the available space we have to accommodate our alumni guests. With the residence halls vacant for the summer, we have the space to accommodate approximately 400 reunion guests (with double occupancy in every room).

Guests staying on campus will be housed in (TBD). Most rooms contain two twin beds and every floor has a lounge and kitchenette (stove, oven and sink). Wireless internet is available and free of charge. For the safety of all those staying on campus, each guest is required to sign-in, obtain keys/codes and sign the on campus housing agreement.

If you have on-campus housing and will arrive outside Welcome Center hours, you will be asked to complete a short form (TBD) with your expected time of arrival, and we will send you further instructions.

Reunion guests can park an RV or camper in Lot S (on-campus) during Reunion Weekend! Complete this short registration form (TBD) to officially register your RV or camper for on-campus parking.

Learn more about additional housing options below.

Reunion 2023 On-Campus Housing Pricing
  • Single occupancy room cost - $75/night
  • Double occupancy room cost - $100/night (or $50 per person)

When possible, please double up, so we can maximize available housing in the residence halls.
Note that double rooms contain two twin beds, not a double bed.

Room pricing does not include linens or pillows; these items are available for an additional charge when you booked your room.

  • For an additional $XX per person you can rent a set of linens: (1) blanket, (2) sheets, (1) pillow case, (1) bath towel, (1) washcloth.
  • For an additional $XX per person you can order one pillow. This pillow is yours to keep.
Roommate/Housed Near Requests

Roommate requests are always honored, assuming both guests are registered.

Guests can indicate a fellow alum they would like to be "housed near" (same suite or floor) but we ask that you please confirm that the guest you list is planning to register or has already registered for Reunion. The Office of Alumni Relations makes every effort to accommodate our overnight alumni guests and we do our best to honor these requests. "Housed near" requests received after April 1st may not be considered.

Check-In Procedure
  • Reunion Welcome Center and On-Campus Housing Key Pick-Up Hours (MacVittie College Union):
    • Friday, June 3: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    • Saturday, June 4: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
      • If your arrival time is outside of Welcome Center hours, please complete this form by May 31 with your expected date and time of arrival, and we will send you further instructions.
  • For the safety of all those staying on campus, each on-campus housing guest is required to check in at the Reunion Welcome Center, obtain keys/fobs/codes and sign an on-campus housing agreement. 
  • You will receive your key and card in an envelope that contains additional housing information (ie. suite codes if applicable).
    • For your safety, we recommend taking a reference photo of this envelope and then leaving it in a safe place in your room and carry your key and card separately. 
      • We are asking guests to return their key and card at check-out in the same envelope that you received these items. 
    • Neither your key or card list the location of your room in case these items are lost.
Check-Out Procedure
  • Check-out 8:00 - 10:00 a.m. 
    • Step 1: Rented Linen Return (if applicable)
      • Collect all linens provided to you:: (1) blanket, (2) sheets, (1) pillowcase, (1) bath towel, and (1) washcloth, and place them inside your pillowcase
      • Place bundle (stuffed pillowcase) in the collection bin located in the lobby of your residence hall.
    • Step 2: Look Around
      • Be sure to look around the room: in the closet, drawers, desk, bathroom, etc., to make sure you have gathered all your belongings
    • Step 3: Leave all bedroom doors open and unlocked when you check-out
      • If you're the last person to check-out of your suite, please leave the suite door open.
    • Step 4: Key and Card Return
      • There will be a drop box located in each building lobby for you to return your room key and access card. 
      • Place both the card and key in the envelope given to you at check-in and place them in the box
      • If you have lost the envelope that was provided to you, there will be blank envelopes next to the drop box, please write your first and last name along with your room number before dropping it in the box.

*If you are checking-out on Saturday morning, please follow these same steps but you'll need to return everything to Letchworth Dining Complex (not the lobby of your building).

**If you are checking out before 8:00 a.m. on either day, please complete this form by May 31 and we'll send you further instructions.

Items to bring with you from home
  • pillows and bed linens (sheets/blankets; sleeping bags are also recommended)
    • mattresses are twin XL
  • fan(s) (there is no air conditioning in the residence halls)
  • bath towels and washcloths
  • hand towel and liquid hand soap for the bathroom
  • toiletries
  • tissues
  • cups
  • reading light or lamp
  • mirror
  • flashlight or nightlight
  • clothes hangers
  • cooler/ice/water/snacks
  • extra trash cans and trash bags
  • lawn or camp chairs for suite/lounge

Check this list (TBD) to see if you ordered linens and/or pillow.

On-Campus Housing Guests Services
  • Located in Letchworth Dining Complex, a small staff of conference assistants are on hand to assist on-campus overnight guests. 
    • Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
    • Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
    • Sunday: 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
  • A complimentary Grab-n-Go Breakfast is provided for guests staying on campus in the lobby of Letchworth Dining Complex:
    • Saturday and Sunday: 8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
  • Forgot something? A small supply of complimentary toiletries is available for on-campus overnight guests (while supplies last).
  • Linens ($15) and pillows ($5) are available for purchase at Guest Services, while supplies last.
  • Guest Services can be reached at: 585-491-0800
On-Campus Housing FAQs
  • Can I register and pay when I arrive/do you take walk-in registrations?
    • While we can accept a limited number of walk-in registrations for some events, we are not able to accommodate walk-in registrations for meals or lodging. To get the most out of your reunion and on-campus housing experience, please register by May 1st.
  • What is the height of the average residence hall twin bed mattress?
    • Most residence hall twin beds are set to the highest setting at approximately 34-42" from the floor. The average bed (found in your home and hotels) is set at approximately 25" - 30" from the floor. Please email the Office of Alumni Relations if you would like to request your bed lowered to the mid-rise height of 15" from the floor. Please include the date of your Reunion registration confirmation email when you submit this request.
  • Can I book multiple on-campus rooms for my group of friends?
    • We love that you and your friends want to stay together on campus! Doing so adds a special dimension to your reunion. We do; however, require unrelated adults to register individually. Here's why:
      • Our database can only assign one room per registration (alumni traveling with their families; however, can certainly book a second room for their children).
        • To book an additional room for your children, please call the Office of Alumni Relations at (585) 245-5506, this cannot be done online.
      • Alumni who already have a room assignment might not register for other reunion activities, and we would hate for anyone to miss out on great registration-required activities.
  • Can I reserve a specific room and/or building?
    • Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate special requests of this nature. The effort it takes to honor "housed near" requests and keep alumni from same/similar class years and affinity groups together prohibits us from honoring these very specific requests.
  • How can I make sure that I'm on the same floor with other alumni in my graduating class/affinity group?
    • When you register for reunion, you have the opportunity to list the name of one other confirmed reunion guest with whom you wish to share a suite/floor. Answering this question will help to ensure that you and your friends are housed near each other. The Office of Alumni Relations makes every effort to accommodate our overnight alumni guests and honor these requests. Other tips to ensure that your housed near your friends:
      • Register early. The sooner the better - registrations received after the deadline are not guaranteed their "housed near" requests.
      • Make sure the friend that you list on your form is registered or plans to register.
        • It is the practice of the Office of Alumni Relations to house alumni from similar class years and affinity groups together. Even if you don't make any special requests, chances are that you will be placed with alumni from your (for example) sorority or fraternity - from your generation.
  • I registered for a room on-campus, when will I find out where I'm staying?
    • You will receive your housing assignment when you check in at the Reunion Welcome Center when you arrive in Geneseo for Reunion. A detailed email confirmation will be sent to all registered Reunion guests a few days before Reunion containing information about the Welcome Center and campus parking.
  • What residence halls are being used for Reunion 2022?
    • On-campus guests will be housed in Allegany, Genesee, Ontario, Wyoming (suite-style) and Seneca Halls (corridor-style). Most rooms contain two twin beds and every floor has a lounge and kitchenette (stove, oven and sink). Free wireless internet is available.
  • Can guests staying on-campus access Geneseo's wifi?
New in 2022: RV and Camper Parking on Campus

New in 2022, guests may park an RV or camper in Lot S during Reunion Weekend (starting Thursday, June 2 after 5:00 p.m.). RVs/campers must vacate the lot by 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 5. There are no services for RVs or campers and the following guidelines apply:

  • Parking is available in designated area only
  • No open flames (campfires)
  • No open containers outside your RV/camper
  • No trash cans (carry in / carry out)
  • No facilities (electric, water, restrooms, etc.)
  • No tents
  • Quiet hours daily from 10:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m.

Complete this short registration form by 5/31 to officially register your RV or Camper for on-campus parking.

Off-Campus Housing 2023

View a list of off-campus lodging options.

Local Hotels

Due to an extraordinarily high volume of last-minute cancellations and no-shows associated with our last reunion event, we are not able to secure any alumni blocks for Reunion 2023. We would encourage alumni guests planning to book overnight accommodations at local hotels to make their reservations asap.

The Office of Alumni Relations is offering free taxi rides (provided by Turbo Taxi) from Geneseo to Mt. Morris hotels for all Reunion guests between 8:30 p.m. and 2:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Space and number of trips is limited, please plan accordingly.