Alumni Events

The Development Office organises social events throughout the year for Gordonians and friends. We are here to ensure former pupils can keep in touch regionally and internationally.

Our reunion programme allows Gordonians to get together and celebrate a milestone in time. Our aim is to make your reunion experience as enjoyable as possible and hopefully reignite friendships after many years.

Please check our annual events programme for details of the event you are interested in. We welcome suggestions for new events and would encourage you to contact Laura Pike to discuss your ideas.

Upcoming Events

Events for Gordonians and Friends

  • Gordonian Garden Party: Celebrating 30 Years of Co-education - Saturday 31st August 2019
    All Gordonians and friends are invited to Robert Gordon's College to celebrate this milestone in our history. Come along and join us for afternoon tea in the Quad. 
  • Gordonian Association Edinburgh Branch Dinner - Friday 8 November 2019The Waldorf Astoria, Edinburgh. Save the date.
  • Glasgow Lunch for Gordonians and Friends - Friday 29 November 2019 at The Anchor Line Restaurant. Save the date.


  • Gordonians Cricket Club Reunion Dinner - Saturday 30th March 2019. The Marcliffe Hotel. For ticket sales please contact Alan Adie.
  • Reunion Day 2019 for the Classes of 1994, 1989, 1979, 1969, 1964  and 1959.
  • Class of 2009 Ten Year Reunion - Saturday 14th September 2019. More details to follow soon.



Reunion Day Gallery

Keep in Touch

Please call Laura Pike, Development Office with any queries on +44 (0)1224 656838 or contact us (select Gordonians).

"It was really worthwhile to meet up with old chums and see round the school with all its huge changes since our days there."

"It was wonderful meeting up with old classmates after half a century. The school seems an utterly different place from those days, almost entirely for the better!" 

"I must admit to having had some misgivings about coming but I am glad I did - I managed to renew old (and I mean old !!) acquaintances and talk over old times."