Miscellaneous Information

Parking – Once you arrive on campus, you will be directed to various parking areas. If you require additional assistance or special parking arrangements for a handicapped or disabled visitor, please contact Associate Director of Alumni Programs Angela Augusta at (978) 725-6258 or Director of Alumni Programs Lauri Coulter at (978) 725-6242 before the event. 

Hospitality – The Center for the Arts is our hub for the weekend. Head there to pick up your registration materials, get your questions answered, rest your feet or enjoy a snack. 

Transportation – Please indicate whether you'd like a ride when registering for Alumni Weekend. There will be a bus back to Boston's Hotel Revolution at 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 11. Local, round-trip transportation is also available for pick-ups and drop-offs at Andover's Courtyard Marriott and Doubletree Hotel that evening. 

Attire - Please plan accordingly for a variety of indoor and outdoor activities. Dress for Saturday night’s All-Alumni Reception is dressy casual, but please note that the grass field is not suitable for heels. As a general reminder, the campus has a number of uneven surfaces, so please be sure to wear appropriate footwear.
 
Sporting Equipment – Interested in running the fire trail, playing in a pick-up soccer game or tennis round robin? There will be plenty of time to participate in athletic activities with your children or classmates. Do make sure to bring your own equipment, though: Cleats, racquets, sneakers. We will have life jackets available for those interested in taking out a kayak or canoe. 
 
Locker Rooms – Alumni will have access to the locker rooms in the Athletic Center throughout the weekend. 
CAMPUS POLICIES
While Alumni Weekend is designed to bring classmates together to have fun, we ask that you respect campus residents and abide by the following rules for campus guests.
 
  • Pets. Pets are not permitted in the campus buildings or on the turf field.
  • Smoking. The entire campus is smoke-free.

IDs and Alcohol. The school’s alcohol policy is designed to be consistent with the laws of the State of Massachusetts and reflects the need for mutual respect and personal responsibility. Drugs are not permitted on campus. Alcohol not provided by the school is prohibited on campus, and possession and serving of alcohol by persons under the age of 21 is prohibited. Please note, you might need to provide ID at the All-Alumni Reception and Dinner.