Stanford GSB will host in-person reunion gatherings each spring for MBA and Sloan/MSx alumni celebrating their 1st, 5th, 10th, 15th, and 20th reunions.
Friday, May 5 — Sunday, May 7, 2023
Friday, May 5, between 8:00 am – 4:00 pm, use this link and enter your license plate number for complimentary parking in commuter ‘A’ and ‘C’ spaces anywhere on campus, including the lower levels of the Knight Management Center parking garage. It is not valid in visitor, ADA, or special permit spaces. Vehicle information can be registered in advance or on the day of. Keep in mind you will not get cell phone reception in the garage. AFTER 4:00 pm, parking is free on campus; no permit is required.
Saturday, May 6: Parking is free; no permit required.
Sunday, May 7: Parking is free; no permit required.
We have carefully considered public health trends in the Bay Area and in California and are moving forward based on an analysis that there is little likelihood that we will have to change our plans. However, we remain subject to the State of California’s public health orders and may be required to adjust if the health orders change, or local cases increase dramatically.
Yes. Children are welcome to attend Saturday’s breakfast and lunch/carnival, as well as the Farewell Brunch on Sunday, but no childcare services will be offered through the GSB.
Yes, we will have a classroom reserved as a quiet space set aside from the crowds. There are also private lactation rooms if needed. Please stop by the registration desk and a staff member can help you.
We will have hand sanitizer and masks available, but also encourage you to bring your own. We have made an effort to choose venues with outdoor options for meals so everyone can participate comfortably. If visitors are positive for COVID-19 within ten days of being on campus, they should report using the General COVID-19 Case Reporting Form
No. Currently, Stanford University does not require proof of vaccination or testing, and masks are not required but strongly recommended indoors or in crowded outdoor settings.
If you are not feeling well or have been exposed to COVID-19, you must stay home. We appreciate you making the responsible decision and will offer you a full refund. Also, if visitors are positive for COVID-19 within ten days of being on campus, they should report using the General COVID-19 Case Reporting Form.