2013 Reunion Housing
There are three options for campus housing:
Reunion classes are assigned to locations based on seniority and class size.
If you would prefer to stay off-campus, please visit the Reunion Hotel page.
Prices are per unit / per night
Air Conditioned; Micro-Fridge
Air Conditioned; Kitchen;
3 Person Room
2 Person Room
Campus Accommodations - Things to Know
Remember that campus rooms do not offer hotel amenities, but the following services are available:
- Bed linens and towels will be provided to all guests. You may wish to bring an extra blanket or towel, and don’t forget the shower shoes!
- Apartments and suites are air-conditioned, but rooms in Sheridan are not, so bringing a small fan is a good idea if the forecast calls for hot weather.
- Other items to remember include an alarm clock, reading lamp, and utensils/cooking equipment and ice if you are staying in the Apartments.
Safety & Security
Access to the residence halls will be open during Reunion Weekend, but each room/suite/apartment has an individual lock and keys will only be provided to those guests occupying that room. There will be a $60 charge for lost keys. Public Safety officers patrol the campus, including residence halls, throughout the day and night. If you have an emergency, please contact Public Safety at 301-447-5357 (or x.5357 from a campus phone).
If you require handicap accessible housing, please indicate on the Housing registration form. If you have other special housing needs, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations (301-447-5362).
Check-In & Late Arrivals
Registration in the McGowan Center Friday, from 10:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. / Saturday from - 10:00 A.M. - 7:30 P.M.
If you arrive on campus after registration closes, you can pick you room key up at Public Safety.
Smoking is not permitted in any building on campus. Smoking is only allowed outdoors, and smokers must remain 15 feet away from buildings and residence halls.
Please observe all campus parking regulations including no-parking zones and handicap spaces. Ample parking will be available for Reunion attendees in designated lots − please look for signs when you arrive on campus.
The Mount's newest residence hall was completed in December 2007 and housed students during the Spring 2008 semester. This dormitory features "suite-style" living, which means that in each unit there are four single bedrooms attached to a common living room and common bathroom.
Each suite features a furnished living room.
Single bedrooms feature one twin bed, a desk, and a dresser.
Bicentennial Hall offers many lounge areas for gatherings.