52nd Reunion

Our 52nd Reunion will be held from May 23 to 26 as a satellite to the Class of 1974 50th Reunion in Blair Courtyard.

1. Pre-Register with University. Pre-registration will be required on the University system to obtain a wristband.

Pre-Register Here

You must have a TigerNet ID and password or you cannot pre-register. Tigernet account instructions can be found on the Pre-registration page.

Tigernet: Please note that your TigerNet ID/password are not the same as your Website ID/Password. You will have to generate a Tigernet ID/Password if you don't already have one. Once you get the password, you can click on the registration link for Satellite Reunions and then enter your data. Due to our advanced age, there is no fee for the Reunion!!

Guest Policy: Alumni of satellite classes – those not celebrating a major reunion – are limited to one guest.

Please refer to the Class of 1974 (here) for details concerning their 50th Reunion. Please do not register for Reunions on the Class of 1974 website!! Remember to register as a 1972 satellite classmate.

2. Our Class Dinner will be held on Friday, May 24th at Fritz Cammerzell's home (Chez Fritz): 108 Westerly Road, Princeton 08540. Liquid refreshments will be served at 5:30 and dinner will be served at 7:00. Dinner reservations will be required. There is no cost for dinner.

Pre-Registering for a university wristband does not make a dinner reservation @ this exclusive restaurant.

Reserve your spot at the Class Dinner Here

Alternatively contact Fritz by email at princetonlaw@att.net.

3. Our P-rade Class Lunch

Our P-rade Class Lunch will be held starting at 11:30 am Saturday, 1972 Plaza (in front of McCosh 10). The lunch is free to classmates and guests.


Accommodation thoughts from Owen Curtis:
Of course, I knew that availability would be low, and prices high.  So, once I confirmed my suspicions with hotels
anywhere near Princeton, I went back to where we stayed last year, the Rutgers University Inn and Conference
Center (https://inn.rutgers.edu/) .  It is 25 minutes from campus, it is clean, comfortable, and quiet, and it is very
inexpensive.  So I just booked all 3 nights (Thu - Sat) for a total of only $360, all taxes and fees included.  My
other choice was a Courtyard by Marriott on US 1 in North Brunswick, only 6 miles closer to campus, for more
than twice the cost of the Rutgers Inn.