Frequently Asked Questions

You've registered for reunion—now what? Here are answers to a few questions you may have about reunion weekend.
We are working with a number of caterers and restaurants throughout the weekend that are accustom to accommodating a variety of needs.  Buffet items have been selected to accommodate gluten free, dairy free, nut allergies, and vegetarian needs.   If you have other needs that we should know about please contact Katie Thomasson at katie.thomasson@duke.edu by Wednesday, April 22.
  • Friday afternoon, parking is available 1:00-6:00 p.m. parking is available in the Science Drive visitor's lot 
  • Friday evening at the Nasher Museum of Art, parking will be available in the Nasher visitor parking lot between Duke University Rd. and Campus Drive. Parking attendants will be there to help direct you. There is a handicapped drop-off area located at 700 Anderson St. There are also three handicapped spots available near that entrance. For more information, please visit the Nasher's website.
  • On Saturday, parking is available in the Fuqua gated lot behind the Magat Academic Center (entrance off of Towerview Drive).
Shuttle service may be provided by your hotel; you will need to check with them about service availability.
  • Friday afternoon: check-in and on-site registration will be open in the Fox Student Center from 1:00-6:00 p.m.
  • Friday night: check-in will be available from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at the Nasher Museum of Art
  • Saturday daytime: check-in and on-site registration will be open in the Fox Student Center from 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
  • Saturday night: check-in and on-site registration will be available from 7-8 p.m. at your class dinner location. Please note: For dinners off campus we ask that you bring cash or check for payment if you plan to register on-site.
We recommend comfortable, casual clothing for most of the weekend's activities. For Saturday night's class cocktail parties and dinner the attire is "dressy casual." Coat and tie are not required.
Yes, our caterers and off-site locations may request to see proof of age (i.e., driver's license or passport) for guests who would like to consume alcohol during the reunion weekend. Consider getting "carded" a compliment.
Yes, we will have a table where you can make a gift to the Annual Fund via credit card or check. Be sure to stop by or give online today.
Of course! Spouses and guests are welcome to attend any of these sessions.

Saturday's class cocktail receptions and dinners are adult events. If you are in need of child care, please write to alumni-relations@fuqua.duke.edu as we may still have some child care spaces available.  Alumni attending the one-year reunion at Tyler's are welcome to bring their children or take advantage of the child care services available at Fuqua.

We promised you great weather this weekend, and we're aiming to deliver! However, if it does rain, most of the reunion activities will be held indoors. Our outdoor Family Fun Day on Saturday will be modified and moved inside, if need be.
Before reunion you will receive an e-mail listing your tee time and foursome. We can also remind you of your tee time at the registration table. For questions about golf, please contact Susie Laidlaw at susan.laidlaw@duke.edu.

One of the coolest features for reunion this year is our free mobile app! Get up-to-the-minute information about the weekend's events, message other attendees directly, and see what people are saying about Fuqua Reunions 2015 on Twitter. You can tweet about reunion using the hashtag #fuquareunions, and your tweet will scroll on the app's home screen. Visit the iTunes or Google Play store to downloand our mobile app to your iPhone, iPad or Android device. Blackberry and Windows users can access the app via mobile web at https://fuqua2015.gatherdigital.com/.

Fuqua apparel will be available in the Fox Center Friday until 3 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. For a wider selection of Duke apparel, visit the Duke bookstore  or The Duck Shop on Ninth Street during your time in Durham.

Many of the restrooms at Fuqua have changing tables. We also have a lactation room that you are welcome to use if you're a nursing mom. Just stop by the registration table for a key.
Yes, Duke's Office of Undergraduate Admissions offers regular campus tours for prospective students. There are tours scheduled on Saturday, April 25, at 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Learn more on the Undergraduate Admissions website.
It's never too late to register for reunion! Online registration will close Friday, April 17, but we will have walk-in registration on both Friday and Saturday.

Yes, the exhibits will be open on Friday night during the kick-off session for guests to enjoy. 

  • Colour Correction: British and American Screenprints, 1967-75: Drawn primarily from the Nasher Museum's vast collection of prints, Colour Correction examines a moment when artists adopted, and adapted, the screenprint technique during an extremely fertile period of experimentation and productivity in the United States and Great Britain. Coinciding with a confluence of social upheaval, political turmoil and artistic change and exchange, Colour Correction illustrates what many art historians consider to be the "golden age" of screenprinting. The exhibition includes more than 100 works by 40 artists?from the playful Pop art of Andy Warhol and Eduardo Paolozzi to the scathing political critiques of May Stevens to the minimalist abstractions and optical exercises in visual perception by artists such as Richard Anuszkiewicz, William T. Williams and Liliane Lijn. 
  • Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne: An exhibition of both iconic and lesser-known works from some of the most significant and compelling artists of the last 50 years, Open This End: Contemporary Art from the Collection of Blake Byrne will trace a number of intertwined narratives in the history of recent art. These narratives include Pop and Conceptual Art, Minimalism, body-oriented performance art, the Pictures Generation, identity politics and psychologically-inflected figurative works. The exhibition's title comes from a 1962 painting by Andy Warhol, a gift from Blake Byrne to The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and the earliest work in the show. Guest curator Joseph R. Wolin utilizes the strengths of Byrne's collection to chart a broad but personal overview of contemporary art, while also providing a window into the collector's personal vision.