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Reunion 2019 is Friday, June 7 through Sunday, June 9.
Looking forward to Reunion 2019? Online registration will open in early March. In the meantime, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Northfield Mount Hermon welcomes classes ending in 4 or 9 back to campus next June to partake in three fun-filled and unforgettable days.
Online registration, including housing sign-ups, will open in March 2019.
See who plans to come by checking out the Facebook Event, and share it with your NMH friends and classmates!
If you prefer not to stay on campus in one of the dormitories, we recommend booking off-campus lodging sooner rather than later. (Note that the Inn at Crumpin-Fox is reserved entirely for the 50th reunion class.)
Questions? Email the NMH Reunion Team or call 413-498-3065.
Reunion 2019 Program Highlights
Back to School — Learn about the NMH of today! Be a student again in classes led by NMH teachers on subjects being taught in today's classrooms, such as the Science of Farming, Humanities, and Social Entrepreneurship.
Hymn Sing — Sing your class’s hymn and connect with alumni across the decades through song.
Run, Ride, Row — Includes the Mec Peller Memorial 5K run, the NMH Pie Ride (a 10- or 30-mile bike ride through the Pioneer Valley), and rowing on the Connecticut River (only experienced rowers allowed in boats).
Alumni Convocation — Outstanding alumni achievements are recognized at this awards assembly, which commences with the 50th reunion class and alumni award winner processional. It’s also your opportunity to sing “Jerusalem” at the top of your lungs with your classmates.
Dinner with your class — 25th and 50th reunion classes enjoy a dinner under their tents; Young Alumni classes dine alfresco by James Gym; all other classes enjoy a meal in Alumni (West) Hall. Receptions beforehand include a full bar and appetizers.
Other highlights include live music, farm tours led by Farm Manager Jake Morrow, class memorials organized by class volunteers, and individual exploration of the Thomas Aquinas College/Moody Center grounds at your leisure throughout the weekend.
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Housing is assigned on a first come, first served basis. You will receive your housing assignment when you arrive on campus to check in at Reunion Headquarters. Every effort will be made to house you with your classmates. If you are a late registrant or a last minute walk-in, this may not be possible, and housing cannot be guaranteed.
If you would like to request a roommate, please register for reunion and fill out the roommate request form by May 7. We will do our best to accommodate your request. You will be assigned a room with someone, usually from your class, if you do not request a roommate.
Each room will have basic amenities: two twin beds, sheets, a blanket, a towel, soap, and access to a shared restroom. (We do have a few single rooms available to guests upon request.) New England weather in June can be fickle, so consider bringing an extra blanket and a fan from home. Remember, this is dorm living!
For guests staying in a campus residence hall, NMH will supply:
- Snacks (trail mix, granola bars, chips, whole fruit, etc.) and beverages, replenished throughout the weekend.
- Water bubbler (Bring a refillable bottle or get one on campus as your choice of reunion gift item. Refillable water bottles are also available for sale during the weekend. Disposable bottles of water will not be available.)
- Refrigerator or cooler.
Please note that in-dorm housing is not always a great fit for all reunion guests. Depending on the layout of your assigned dorm, you might have to climb stairs to access a restroom. Dorm rooms and bathrooms are not all equipped with handrails, slip mats, or other specialized items. Please plan accordingly to make sure your personal needs are met.
The NMH campus is primarily ADA-accessible, with approved restrooms in most buildings. Golf carts with drivers will be provided throughout the weekend. Please be sure to indicate your needs on your registration.
Children (17 and under) may attend reunion but must be supervised at all times by a guardian 18 years or older. Please be aware that the schedule of activities is adult-focused and alcohol is present throughout the weekend. Children are not permitted where alcohol is being served.
Children ages five through 17 register as reunion guests at a discounted rate. They may stay overnight in a dorm with an adult guardian. Dorm room beds are assigned to registered adults only, so it is important to bring sleeping bags, pillows, and air mattresses for children. Older teenagers registered as adult guests of their guardian(s) will have their own bed.
NMH Reunion is a mostly casual affair. New England weather is unpredictable, as you may recall from your time as a student. It can go from sweltering to chilly in a matter of hours, so bring layers, comfortable walking shoes (some events occur on grass), and a light raincoat. Check the local forecast before you hit the road!
Alumni Convocation is on Saturday at 4 pm in Memorial Chapel. Convocation is followed by reunion photos and class dinners. These are the three dressiest events of the weekend; think business casual.
There is limited access to public computers on campus. The library computer center will be open during the day. You are welcome to bring your own laptop, but please remember that dorms and dorm rooms remain unlocked throughout the weekend. Wi-Fi access points are located in common areas such as Alumni Hall, the library, and your dorm lounge. Login information for public computers and Wi-Fi will be provided.
Reunion costs are occasionally prohibitive for some alumni. When you register for reunion, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to the reunion financial assistance fund to help remove financial barriers that prevent any NMH alumnus/a from having the opportunity to experience reunion. Please choose a sponsorship level:
- $25 lunch
- $50 dinner
- $100 housing
- $350 entire weekend
- $500 travel and weekend
If you need assistance with reunion costs, please complete the reunion financial assistance form. Feel free to contact the advancement office at (413) 498-3065 or email@example.com with questions.