The Reunion staff has arranged for rooms at the following hotels:
Avon Old Farms Hotel*
279 Avon Mountain Road
Avon, Conn. 06001
Hartford Marriott Downtown*
200 Columbus Blvd.
Hartford, Conn. 06103
*Be sure to ask for the USJ Reunion Rate
Absolutely. Please make note on your registration form. Guests may particularly enjoy the Reunion Liturgy at the Connor Chapel of Our Lady and the reception that follows in the Crystal Room.
All of the buildings being used the day of Reunion are accessible. There will be plenty of accessible parking as well as golf carts and transportation throughout campus the entire day for assistance.
Please dress comfortably. In the event of inclement weather please bring an umbrella as we will be walking between buildings on campus.
Please check our website for regular updates: www.usj.edu/reunion.
Please reach out to your classmates and encourage them to attend. Reunion is the perfect time to rediscover your alma mater, to visit the places that hold fond memories, and to reconnect with old friends.
Should you have questions, please contact Tonja Russo, Office of Institutional Advancement, Alumni Relations, 860.231.5447 or [email protected].
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