Organize, Contact, Plan, and Celebrate
Listed below are some websites that may be helpful in planning your sorority or fraternity reunion. Creating a reunion website is a convenient and easy way to organize your information and share it with reunion attendees, and it can be viewed or updated at any time so everyone can remain informed of the reunion’s progress.
Are you wondering how to locate contact information for sorority sisters or fraternity brothers you have lost touch with? We have plenty of resources to help make the search easier. First, your College Alumni Association is a very helpful resource, and many have a directory listed online in the alumni portion of your college’s website, which makes obtaining contact information simple. You may have to contact your college and obtain an alumni username and password to access the list.
Other ways to searh for individuals include social media and people finder websites. You can search by an individual’s name, school, and year of graduation. Social media websites can also be a helpful resource throughout your planning process, from connecting with college friends through sites such as Linkedin®, to creating a reunion event or group on Facebook® or a Twitter® account to keep everyone involved and communicating throughout the planning process.
Greek Organization Websites
People Locator Websites
Create a Reunion Websites
Social Media Websites
Start planning your Homecoming sorority or fraternity reunion today! Homecoming Weekend is the perfect time for you to plan a reunion with your college fraternity brothers and sorority sisters. Listed below are local college’s Homecoming dates for 2009. Contact your college friends to create a planning committee, tell everyone to “save the date,” and let us help to plan a memorable reunion.
Local Homecoming Weekends
UMD: College Park:
Frostburg State University:
John’s Hopkins University:
George Washington University: