Reunions & Events
As part of UMF’s 150th Celebration, we’re excited to invite alumni back for a number of affinity reunions over the course of the 2013-2014 academic year.
Greek Alumni Reunion
Join us on Saturday, September 28th as we celebrate all things Greek! If you spent your years at UMF as part of Phi Nu Omega, Kappa Delta Phi, Phi Sigma Pi, Delta Rho or Phi Mu Sigma, make your way back to campus for a day of storytelling with friends from your sorority or fraternity and other Greek friends. Call Pat Carpenter at 207-778-7090 or e-mail email@example.com for all the details.
Friends, Family and Alumni Weekend Celebration
Men’s and Women’s Basketball Reunion
November 2nd: Be prepared to hit the court ready to go as part of our annual Alumni game. Face off against current students, and stick around after the game for a reception for both current and alumni basketball players. E-mail Jamie Beaudoin for the details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Home Economics Alumni Reunion
Are you a graduate of UMF’s Home Economics program? We want to see you on Saturday, November 16th for an afternoon with your classmates here on campus. Call Pat Carpenter at 207-778-7090 or e-mail email@example.com to learn all about it.
Creative Writing Day
Come back to UMF on Saturday, March 22nd to celebrate creative writing and creative works! If you graduated from UMF’s Creative Writing program, you’re invited to a suite of activities with fellow writing graduates. Join us for morning workshop sessions, afternoon panel discussions and alumni readings that night. E-mail Pat O’Donnell at firstname.lastname@example.org for all the details.
George Mitchell Scholar Reunion
On April 24, 2014 from 6-8 p.m., we welcome our current Mitchell Scholar students as well as Mitchell Scholar Alumni to an on-campus reception. We are honored for the opportunity for our scholars and alumni to chat with Senator George Mitchell as well as Meg Baxter, CEO and president of the Mitchell Institute. The Mitchell Institute awards scholarships to an excelling senior from each high schools across the state and encourages leadership, professional development, community service and academic pursuit.