Alumni Weekend

Middlesex Reunion 2014


Save the Date

On May 16th & 17th, Middlesex will welcome back all members of the classes of 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, and 2009 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 1963 to its ranks!

Invitations will be mailed to all reunion classes in March, but use the information here to begin planning your return to campus.  For your convenience, we have enabled our online registration.   Please note, members of the Class of 2009 are asked to register separately at Class of 2009 Registration.


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.  Although most activities are set in stone, there are occasions when we’ve had to reschedule or relocate an activity.  For this reason, please check the online schedule prior to coming to campus.  

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 it’s always best to plan ahead.  If you will be staying overnight, you may want to contact one of the many area hotels & inns.  As a further consideration, many alumni opt to stay in one of the Boston area hotels. Please be aware that many area colleges will be hosting graduation ceremonies this same weekend, and as a result many area hotels will fill up quickly.

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.

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.    Representatives from the various reunion classes have already begun to reach out to their classmates; in fact, you may have already received a personalized letter from your reunion committee.   Committee members and individual Reunion Classes details will continue to be updated until Reunion Weekend arrives, so check periodically.

In addition to your Reunion Committee, each Reunion Class has an assigned Alumni Office representative.  Please contact one of us here in the Alumni Office if you’d like more information on your reunion:

Alex Hanken ‘08             Classes of 2009, 2004, 1999

Walker Jones                       Classes of 1994, 1974

Jo-Ann Lovejoy                Classes of 1989, 1969

Paul Harrison               Classes of 1984, 1979

George Noble                        Class of 1964

Heather Parker                  Old Guard; Classes of 1963+

John Morrissey            Old Guard; Classes of 1963+                                                                                                                   


Although we are still early in the planning process for Alumni Weekend, we’ve got a pretty good idea of what to expect.    If you have any questions, please contact John Morrissey, Director of Alumni Relations at or call at 978-371-6523.

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


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