The Alumni Office is in the planning stages of more Alumni Connect events locally and across the country. More information will be available shortly. If you would like to host an alumni event near you, please contact Moe Casey at Moe.casey[@] Greenmtn.edu or at 802-287-8316.
South West Florida Reunion, February 28th
Join President Bob Allen and fellow alumni at the beautiful Windstar on Naples Bay for appetizers and cocktails. Register here for this event.
Winter Homecoming Reunion, March 2nd-3rd
Organized by alumni to celebrate the birthday of Mark Parsons, former choir director, the Winter Homecoming Reunion will celebrate the long history of student involvement in the Choir. Click here to register.
2018 Alumni Ski and Ride & Apres Ski At Killington, March 10th
Snow starts to fall and it’s time to hit the slopes! The 2018 Alumni Ski and Ride & Apres Ski will be March 10! Registration is now open!
Rogue Reunion, May 18-20
The annual returning of “Rogue” alumni to Poultney! Rogue alumni are generally young alumni from classes ’03 to ’18, but all alumni are invited. Register here for a room on campus during the event or to attend the Farmhouse brunch.
Making a Living and Making a Difference Conference, April 13.
At the heart of this gathering is the essential question that many students at GMC ask: How do you find a career in which you can make a positive difference in the world AND make a comfortable living? We have gathered together exceptional speakers from various professions to provide insight into the personal journey they have taken toward engaging in satisfying and meaningful work. Alumni are invited to attend to network, volunteer in Mock interviews, and listen to the speakers. Register for free here.
2018 Alumni Reunion, June 22nd- 24th
Mark your calendars! Reunion is coming up! Click here for more information. Registration will be open shortly.
Camping on Campus
Green Mountain College allows alumni guests to set up tents and camp in the designated area of campus during weekends when alumni events are being held. In accordance with the Tent Policy on pages 72-73 of the Green Mountain College Student Handbook:
- Tents may only be set up in the designated area that is currently defined as the green area behind the softball home plate at the end of the paved student parking lot and the meadow adjacent to the Labyrinth
- The tent must be clearly labeled with the owner’s name and contact information
- The tent may only be up for a maximum of three days
- Tents in violation will be removed by Campus Security, if the owner cannot be reached
- Campers must check in with Campus Security in Withey Student Center upon arrival
- Campers are not to drive vehicles on the grass
- Please leave no trace: Pack out what you pack in
- All laws of the state of Vermont must be adhered to, as well as the guidelines of the College, i.e., so no open containers outside of tents, and no public display of alcohol
- Bathroom facilities in the Griswold Library may be used during regular open hours
- In the evening, restroom and shower facilities will be available in the Waldron Athletics Center