Frequently Asked Questions

All alumni, current students, staff, family, friends and community members are invited to attend the All Gaucho Reunion!

Most of our events at All Gaucho Reunion are designed with adults and teens in mind. The Taste of UCSB is 21+. 

There are a number of reunions and receptions geared towards alumni of a certain class year or major. While many of the participants will no doubt be alumni, all interested parties are encouraged to attend.

Visit the All Gaucho Reunion registration page. All events will be listed on the registration page and will indicate whether registration is required. In the coming weeks, participating campus departments will be adding additional events and we'll notify you about new opportunities to connect. However, we encourage you to make your plans now and sign up early to take advantage of early bird pricing. When you register you'll create an account and login credentials which will allow you to return to your profile and add additional events.

We will be partnering with a number of local hotels to provide great discounts for you this weekend. Hotels do fill up quickly, so we encourage you to book early! See our Accommodations page.

UC Santa Barbara's Interactive Campus map is a great tool for the weekend and can be used to look up visitor parking lots that are closest to your event. Please avoid staff/faculty lots as you will be cited if you park in a restricted area. Lots 16, 18, and 22 are your best bets for the weekend. Parking fees apply for All Gaucho Reunion. You can expect to pay $8 on weekdays and $4 on weekends. There are no restricted lots on weekends. For more information, please visit our Parking page.

Absolutely and they have amazing Gaucho gear! The UCSB Campus Store (formerly known as "The Bookstore") will be open for the All Gaucho Reunion.

  • Thursday, April 18th: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday, April 19th: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Saturday, April 20th: 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sunday, April 21: Closed

Yes. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and other applicable state and federal laws, UCSB allows visitors to bring service animals to campus. Service animals are allowed to go anywhere you do. Please indicate that you wish to bring a service animal when registering for the reunion. A service animal must wear a leash, harness, cape, or other marker that identifies it as a service animal at all times when on campus.

Dogs are allowed on the UCSB Campus subject to the following limitations:

Dogs on campus grounds must be on a leash not more than six feet long.
Dogs are not permitted to enter All Gaucho Reunion events (including Taste of UCSB) or any UCSB building unless the dog has prior authorization to do so as a Utility Animal.
Dogs are not permitted on bike paths.
Dogs may not be tied or tethered to any building, object, landscape, or vehicle on the UCSB Campus.
Owners bringing a dog onto the UCSB campus are responsible for removing any and all animal waste created by their dog and ensuring their dog is under control at all times.
Dogs on campus are subject to all provisions of Santa Barbara County Ordinance 4948.3

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