I’m on the list as planning to attend. Do I need to do anything else now?
Thanks for sharing your plans! Meliora Weekend registration doesn’t open until late July, but keep an eye on your mailbox and email inbox for more information in early summer. You can always visit the Meliora Weekend website for the latest on registration, event details, hotel information, and FAQs.
Why can't I register now?
Events, programs, and speakers are still being finalized. We take thoughtful time to plan the 200+ events that happen during Meliora Weekend to make sure you have the best experience possible.
I know my old roommate is coming, but why isn't his/her name on the list?
The Reunion team asks each class member for their permission to post their name on our attendance list. If your roommate's name is not listed, they may not have responded yet or they may have asked us not to post their name.
- How do I get in touch with someone in my class?
Where will my class events be?
Locations will be listed on the Meliora Weekend website in late spring. All venue changes will be communicated leading up to the weekend, as well as once you arrive on campus.
- What do I wear for the weekend?
Will there be assistance with transportation around campus?
Once you arrive on the River Campus, golf carts will be available to transport guests to campus buildings and parking lots. Please feel free to flag one down or ask a Meliora Weekend staff member for assistance.
How will accessibility issues be accommodated?
Please visit the University’s accessibility map for a complete map of campus lots with handicap parking availability. Please note that these spaces are reserved for those with government-issued handicap tags that are placed in your car. We will also have handicap accessibility maps available in Registration, once you arrive on campus. You can also indicate your needs when you register online for the weekend.
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Ian Manzi '18
Ian knows how to analyze data and think critically. He also knows that solving the world’s most pressing challenges requires bringing people together. When he and a classmate received a $10,000 grant from Davis Projects for Peace, they used the funding to support and run a peace camp in Rwanda, uniting 32 local student leaders. The program now boasts more than 200 participants across the country. Equipped with “critical thinking as a tool for peace,” Ian is committed to making an impact on a global scale.
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