Come out from the cold and into the Club! Join your fellow Ivy alumni from UPenn, Princeton, Dartmouth, and Ivy+ affiliate universities, as we celebrate the new year with bites and bubbles in a historic and elegant setting, The University Club in the heart of Nob Hill in San Francisco. Make your new year sparkle with familiar faces and new friends!
The University Club’s prestigious exterior was designed by renowned architects Walter Bliss and William Faville, who drew inspiration from the Italianate style of the Renaissance to create an impressive, timeless structure.
The space is limited to 200 attendees across the Ivies and Ivy+ affiliates and we expect the event to sell out. Registration ends at 9am on Thursday, January 25, so purchase your tickets today!
Heavy hors d'oeuvres and one complimentary drink are included with your registration. Business festive attire is recommended.
$45 for dues-paying Cornell NorCal members
$60 for non-members, including Cornell NorCal newsletter-only subscribers. Click here to join Cornell NorCal!
One guest allowed per member or non-member. If you are a graduate of UPenn, Princeton, Dartmouth, or Ivy+ affiliate universities, click here to register.
Due to venue requirements, no refunds on ticket purchases will be allowed. However, tickets are transferable.
Ticket prices will cover only about 65% of the cost of the Winter Soirée. Please consider making a tax-deductible charitable donation of $50, $150, or $250 to Cornell NorCal here. Good karma (and lower taxes) will be yours for 2024!
The Lounge at the University Club
800 Powell Street (at California Street), San Francisco
• The Chinatown-Rose Pak station (MUNI T Third Street line) is a 7-minute walk.
• The Club is on the Powell-Hyde and Powell-Mason cable car routes.
• Parking: Multiple public parking lots are located nearby (Crocker Garage, Mark Hopkins Intercontinental, or SFMTA Sutter-Stockton garage).
QUESTIONS? Contact Reza Mahmoodshahi at email@example.com
By registering for and/or participating in this event, you agree that you will adhere to the Cornell University guidelines in regard to COVID-19. Stay informed at covid.cornell.edu. If you are sick or showing symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home. Cornell University is not liable in the event of a COVID-19 outbreak. Attendees will participate at their own risk.
Event proceeds go towards overhead costs and supporting Cornell students from the SF Bay Area. We are a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.