Alumni Weekend

Reunion 2015

Saturday afternoon Jazz & Faculty Tea in the Bancroft Courtyard


Save the Date

On May 8th & 9th, Middlesex will welcome back all members of the classes of 1965, 1970, 1975, 1980, 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2010 for our annual 2-day celebration known as Alumni Weekend.   Additionally, esteemed members of our Old Guard (all alumni who graduated at least 51 years ago) are invited to join us for all of the traditional weekend activities.  This year, the Old Guard welcomes the class of 1964 to its ranks!


Our weekend schedule is thoughtfully balanced to provide our alumni with a fun and engaging weekend with opportunities for both on and off campus events.  Individual reunion classes will have a chance to catch up with classmates on Friday night, and Saturday features a day long schedule of on-campus events for all alumni.  Last years’ schedule should provide you with a good idea of what to expect for the upcoming 2015 activities.

Travel and Accommodations

While many of our returning alumni can make the trip back to Concord by car, a significant number of alumni are spread out across the country and around the world, so we consider ourselves fortunate to be located so close to a travel hub such as Boston.   Whatever your mode of transportation we’ve got the directions that will help you to get you back to campus.

Overnight accommodations are plentiful in and around the Concord area, but given the number of local college graduations and out-of-town tourists, we recommend that you act quickly to contact one of the many local hotels & inns to book your room.   As a further consideration, many alumni opt to stay in one of the Boston area hotels because of the wide variety of activities and events offered throughout the city.

Stay Connected

 The first step in our getting in touch with you is to know where you are.  Please take a moment to go to our Online Alumni Directory and make sure that all of your personal information is correct.    If you’d like to make some changes to your record on the directory you can do it online, or you can call our Database Administrator, Sandy Ciciotte at 978-371-6514.

 Opportunities to Engage

Each year we look for alumni within each reunion class to help facilitate communication and create excitement among classmates for the event.  Typically, each class will have a small group of alumni who are eager to reconnect with classmates, and together we put the plans in place for the best reunion possible.  Please contact one of us here in the Alumni Office if you’d like more information on how you can help:

Walker Jones                Classes of 2000, 1985

Paul Harrison        Classes of 1995, 1980

Jo-Ann Lovejoy             Classes of 1990, 1970

Heather Parker             Class of 1975

Paul Harrison         Classes of 1984, 1979


George Noble                 Class of 1965

John Morrissey      Old Guard; Class of 1964 & beyond, Class of 2005, Class of 2010



Most of your questions can be answered on our Alumni Weekend webpages, or by your the folks listed above.  If you have additional questions or concerns, please feel free to contact Alumni Relations Coordinator Judy Omobono at or 978-371-6511.


 For additional insight, here’s a recap of last year’s Alumni Weekend.

 Be sure to check out all of our photo albums on Flickr.



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