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Planning to organise a reunion with your classmates? Follow our simple steps below to help you plan a memorable reunion.

Remember to contact the Alumni Office at should you have any questions.

1. Let your classmates know

Fill in this online reunion request form

Provide us with the details of your event along with who you would like to get in touch with and the message you would like to send them.

The Alumni Office will send out email invitations with your message to your classmates, asking them to get in touch with you. (Please note that while we aim to be as speedy as possible, it can take up to six weeks for us to send invites for your reunion.)

*In compliance with Data Protection legislation please note that our ability to put you in touch with your classmates is dependent on the availability of sufficient information on our database.

2. Plan your event

If you would like to hold your reunion on campus, King’s Venues can offer great advice as well as a small discount if you mention that you are an alumnus. You can take some inspiration from past reunions.

For additional guidance in how to organise our event please see our King’s Reunions Guide for Alumni (pdf), or our Online Reunion Guide (pdf). This will guide you through the process of organising a reunion - including choosing a format and venue. The Alumni Office can help provide you with leaflets, flyers and brochures. We can also put you in touch with faculties, including Guy’s, the Royal Dentistry Hospital and Chelsea College for further updates.

3. Advertise your reunion

After completing the online reunion request form, the Alumni Office will advertise your reunion on our website as well as reviewing advertisement on other channels you request.

In addition to this, a great way to promote your event with your classmates is through social media networks. Our LinkedIn and Facebook groups can be a great way to spread word of your reunion quickly.


We would love to hear about your reunion once it has taken place. The King’s alumni community love seeing reunions take place, and it’s often from seeing pictures and stories that alumni are inspired to plan their own

Please share with us a completed attendance sheet (included in your downloadable reunion guide pdf), a few pictures and a small report on how it went at This small report can often make it on to our website, InTouch or on our other social media channels. 


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