Alumni Summer Reunion

Classes of 1982 and prior and any other alumni who prefer Plymouth in the Summer

Thursday – Friday, July 28 -29, 2022

Overnight Lodging
Overnight lodging for Thursday, July 28, 2022, will be available in Merrill Place Residence Hall. This is a college dormitory, and pillow, linens, and towels provided. Bring any additional amenities you may need. Check-in is at 3pm, but you can drop off your luggage from 11am to Noon before the lunch and check back in after 3pm.

Click the button above to book on-campus lodging.

Thursday's Events
Noon – Lunch, Prospect Dining Hall
Honoring all our landmark classes, special recognition for the 50th Reunion class
Remarks from Pres. Birx and Alumni Director, Rodney Ekstrom ’09G

1:30pm – Class photos, Prospect Dining Hall

2:30pm – Campus tours, leaving from outside Prospect Dining Hall

5:30pm – Reception and light supper, Museum of the White Mountains
Meet Meghan Doherty, Director of the Museum of the White Mountains, and view the current exhibit, “Watching the Seasons Change”.

7pm – New Hampshire Musical Festival concert
Orff Carmina Burana with Mary Wilson, soprano, Robert Breault, tenor, Brandon Hendrickson, Baritone, combined choruses from across the state and children’s choruses.
Refresh your memory of this popular piece by viewing the first few minutes of this performance at UC Davis.

9pm – Champagne Reception under the Stars (following the concert)
Silver Center outdoor amphitheater
Rain location: Cheney Theatre

Friday's Events
Breakfast for overnight guests in Merrill Place served in the lobby
6am – Self-service coffee
7am – Coffee plus light breakfast, self-service

Activities
Pickle Ball, 9– 11am, ALLWell North
Walking track open, 6-11am – ALLWell North
Athletic Complex tours , 9-11am- starting at ALLWell North

Lunch on your own at area restaurants. Check out an old favorite or explore one of the new eateries on Main Street

How to sign up
Online registration is open, please click one of the gray buttons above. We also have options to register by mail. Contact Assistant Director for Alumni Relations Lauren Wentworth at lauren.wentworth@plymouth.edu if you have any questions, or call the Alumni Relations Office at 603-535-2428.
See Who's Coming
Stop back once registration opens, as we’ll post attendees by class year so you can see who’s coming.
Submit update for Reunion Booklets and Plymouth Magazine
We’ll assemble a printed Reunion Booklet for the landmark Reunion classes of ’82, ’72, ’62, and ’52. Updates from these years and all alumni will appear in the next issue of Plymouth Magazine.

  • Please use the space above to update us on what you’ve been up to since your last Reunion. If this is your first Reunion, a summary of what you’ve been up to since graduation would be very welcome. Updates are appreciated, especially if you’re not able to attend in person. As a guide to writing your update, think about career or retirement updates, awards/honors received, family updates, hobbies, travel/adventures, etc. Please keep your updates to 5-6 sentences (maximum) and write it in the 3rd person. An example pulled from the Plymouth Magazine Winter 2022 edition: “Mary (McMullen) Thompson ’75 majored in elementary education and was part of Delta Zeta, Plymouth Players, Polyphonic Choir, and Percussion Ensemble. After graduating she was an elementary school teacher and married David G. Thompson ’77. The Thompsons have been married for 43 years, have five grandchildren, and are enjoying retirement in Harrisville, NH.”
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View photos from previous Summer Reunions here.

Volunteer to be a Class Agent and help us connect and invite your classmates. If interested please contact Lauren Wentworth, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations, at lauren.wentworth@plymouth.edu or call (603) 535-2227. Class Agent responsibilities include reaching out and inviting classmates via mail, phone, email, or social media. PSU will provide outreach materials.

Additional questions? Contact the Alumni Relations Office at 603-535-2428 or alumni@plymouth.edu.