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Biennal Meeting and Reunion Weeking FAQs

  1. What topics, programs and speakers are presenting at this year’s event?

⇒ An up-to-date weekend schedule can be found on our Schedule of Events page.

  1. What CME credits are available during the Biennial Meeting and Reunion Weekend?

⇒The Biennial Meeting registration fee grants you the ability to receive CME credits during the three days of programming. The Johns Hopkins Continuing Medical Education Office will determine the number of hours possible and will have forms available at the registration desk during the Biennial.

  1. I’d like to bring my spouse/partner and children with me. Can they attend events during the Biennial Meeting and Reunion Weekend?

⇒ Spouses/Partners and children are welcome to attend the Biennial Meeting and Reunion Weekend. There are separate fees for some of the social events, which will be listed on the registration form. If your spouse/partner would like to earn CME credits, he or she must sign up as a primary registrant (not a guest).  If your spouse/partner would prefer to sightsee and explore Baltimore, please visit our Visitor Information page for more information.

  1. Will my class be having a Class Reunion Dinner?

⇒ All classes celebrating reunions (years ending in 2, 3, 7 and 8) are invited to an All Classes Gala Dinner on Saturday, June 8, at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel (the HQ hotel). There will be designated “class” tables as well as signage during the cocktail reception to facilitate classmates locating each other. The dinner will provide you with a similar opportunity that you have had in past reunion years – time to connect with classmates – but will also provide you with the opportunity to connect with other Hopkins alumni. Friday evening is free of programming to allow further connections for “Dinner on your own.”

  1. How can I get in touch with my former classmates?

⇒ We encourage you to visit your Class Page for class photos, past reunion event information and Class Notes. If you would like a specific classmates information or a class list, please contact the Alumni Relations Office at

  1. What is the weekend dress code?

⇒ With the exception of the All Classes Dinner on Saturday night, the dress code for the weekend is business casual. Saturday’s All Classes Reunion Dinner is Black Tie Optional.

  1. Where can I find travel and hotel information?

⇒ Our HQ hotel is the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront. More detailed information can be found on our Travel and Accommodations page. Additional information about Baltimore’s public transportation can be found on our Visitor Information page.

  1. How do I register for the Biennial Meeting and Reunion Weekend?

⇒ Registration for the 2013 Biennial Meeting is now open.  Please click here to access the PDF registration form and information brochure.  Completed forms with payment should be forwarded to the Office of Continuing Medical Education (OCME).  Mailing address, fax, and phone number are listed at the bottom of the registration form.  Registration deadline is May 30.  If you have questions regarding the Biennial Meeting, please contact OCME at 410-955-2959 or email

⇒ Online RSVP is available for the All Classes Reunion Dinner.  (Class years ending in 2, 3, 7 and 8 are celebrating Reunion.)  Hard copy invitations, which include registration and payment information, for the All Classes Reunion Dinner will be arriving by mail.  You may also RSVP online for the All Classes Reunion Dinner here:'s are requested by May 27.  Invitations for the Grand Classes Brunch and other class events will also be arriving by mail.  For questions regarding Reunion Events, please call 888-546-1336 or email

  1. Where can I find out more about giving to the School of Medicine?

⇒ Thank you for your interest in supporting The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine! Gifts to all areas of Johns Hopkins are counted toward your class fundraising goal. There are many different ways to make a gift:  cash, securities, stocks and bonds, as well as gift planning vehicles – charitable gift annuities, remainder trusts, lead trusts, gifts of real property, and gifts through bequests. Bequests via qualified retirement accounts are particularly appealing since these assets are among the highest taxed assets in your estate.  Visit our Make a Gift page or contact us directly at 410-516-0776 or email

Still have questions?
Contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at or 410-361-6561 toll free 1-888-546-1336.

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