I’m on the list as planning to attend...Do I need to do anything else now?
Yes! Register for Meliora Weekend.
Registration will open in late July.
Look for emailed information prior to summer about Meliora Weekend and when registration opens. The Meliora Weekend website www.rochester.edu/melioraweekend will provide event detail, hotel information, as well as FAQs about your reunion weekend.
Why can't I register now?
Events, programs, and speakers are still being finalized.
I know my old roommate is coming, why isn't his/her name on the list?
Reunion Programs asks permission to post names on our online attendance list. If your roommate's name is not listed, he or she 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?
Preliminary venues will be listed at the time of registration but once you arrive on campus and pick up your registration packet, a Program Guide will be supplied that will include final locations for all events.
- What do I wear for the weekend?
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 go to Wilson Commons to request one.
Please visit the 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 at registration once you arrive on campus.
Other general weekend questions?
Please visit the Meliora Weekend FAQ's page for more details regarding shuttles, childcare, parking, etc.
If you have any questions regarding your reunion, please contact Cristen Kelly, in the Alumni Relations Office at (585) 276-3260 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Ian Wilson is an assistant professor in the Department of Imaging Sciences at the School of Medicine and Dentistry. He is also the cofounder of the Synthesis Collaborative, a nonprofit organization that supports two initiatives: WALL\THERAPY, a local street-art festival, and IMPACT! (IMProving Access to Care by Teleradiology), a medical-philanthropy organization.
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