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Saturday, June 5

Reunion 2021 – Saturday, June 5

Don’t miss the one-day Reunion events taking place this summer at Endicott College! Our first will be held Saturday, June 5, and will include all alumni from 2020 and 2021 who are celebrating their 40th reunion and above. This includes the Classes of 1941, 1945, 1946, 1950, 1951, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1961, 1965, 1966, 1970, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1980, and 1981.


  • Events of the day on June 5, 2021

    9–11 a.m. – Brunch around the Lakes | $10 per person

    Kick off the day by reconnecting with classmates at an outdoor brunch in the center of campus.

    10–11 a.m – Meditation at Misselwood | Complimentary

    Whether you meditate regularly or you’re trying it for the first time, this is a great opportunity to reflect on your life and remember your time at Endicott. This will be an outdoor guided meditation.

    10–11 a.m. – Financial Planning Workshop in the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business & Ginger Judge Science Center Klebanoff Auditorium | Complimentary

    Throughout life’s stages, your investment strategies, wealth management, and estate planning should be revisited for adjustments. Join a fellow alumna who will present on these topics and be available to answer specific questions you have with the assistance of Endicott’s director of planned giving.

    10 a.m.–noon – Campus Trolley Tours: A Ride Through Time | Complimentary

    Board a complimentary trolley with one of Endicott’s student tour guides. Learn how the campus has changed since you were a student. Tours will run every 30 minutes; registration is required.

    11 a.m.–noon – Walking Campus Tour | Complimentary

    Enjoy a one-hour walking tour of campus led by Endicott’s own student tour guides. Tours will leave on the hour; registration is required.

    11 a.m.–noon – Art Class Outside Walter J. Manninen Center for the Arts | Complimentary

    Tap into your creative side for an outdoor art class overlooking the Lakes. More details on the class will be available soon.

    12:30–2 p.m. – Clambake at Misselwood Tent | $35 with lobster, $25 without lobster (complimentary to the 50th Reunion classes)

    Enjoy a traditional New England lobster bake and buffet and enjoy spectacular views from the Misselwood Estate. President Steven R. DiSalvo, Ph.D., will welcome alumni and friends back to campus and will present two recipients with the Outstanding Alumni Award.

    2–4 p.m. – Campus Trolley Tours | Complimentary

    Board a complimentary trolley with one of Endicott’s student tour guides. Learn how the campus has changed since you were a student. Tours will run every 30 minutes; registration is required.

    3–4 p.m. – Faculty Chats at the Cleary Lecture Hall | Complimentary

    Visit our brand new building and lecture hall to hear a series of brief lectures from faculty members.

    4:30–6 p.m. – President’s Champagne Reception at the Manninen Center for the Arts Rooftop | $10

    Wrap up Reunion celebrations with our President’s Reception to toast to you and your classmates.

Reunion 2021 FAQs

  • Masks & Social Distancing

    Will I need to wear a mask? 

    Yes, all guests and all staff on campus for reunion events need to have a mask on at all times, unless they are actively eating or drinking away from other guests. 


    Will masks be provided?

    We strongly encourage you to bring your own mask. We will also have complimentary reusable masks available at registration. Additionally, we encourage you to review the CDC Guidelines on mask wearing before you arrive. 

    What does socially distant mean?
    We are referring to a distance of at least 6 feet from another individual not in your immediate group.

    If I'm socially distant from other guests can I take my mask off? 
    No, you should have a mask on at all times unless you are actively eating or drinking away from other guests.

  • Accommodations

    Why can't I stay on campus in a residence hall this year? 
    Due to COVID-19, the events and conferencing department who handles our usual on-campus residence halls is not offering overnight accommodations for groups this summer. 

    Can I stay at the Wylie Inn this year?
    At this time the Inn is currently unavailable as it is being utilized as a campus residence hall for Endicott students. We have set up two room blocks at hotels in Salem, Mass., the Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites and the Hampton Inn Salem Boston.

    I already made a reservation at the Wylie Inn. Can I cancel it? 
    Yes, reservations can be made up to 72 hours prior to your reservation without a cancellation fee. Please call the inn directly at 866-333-0859. 

    How do I make a reservation in the room block, and what does it cost?

    To participate in the room block, please call one of the two hotels directly to book your room.

    Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites
    can be reached at 978-740-8788. There is a two-night minimum stay. Room selections include standard doubles, junior suites, superior queens, and a superior king. Discounted nightly rates within the room block range from $199–$269 before tax. 

    Hampton Inn Salem Boston can be reached at 978-414-3100. There is no minimum stay. Room selections include queen doubles and kings. Discounted nightly rates within the room block range from $189–$199 before tax. 

  • Transportation
    If I am staying in one of the two Salem hotels, will there be transportation provided to and from Endicott? 
    Yes, there will be shuttle transportation provided at specific times. A schedule will be shared with guests staying at those hotels before the event. 

    Will there be transportation around campus? 

    Yes, there will be campus shuttles throughout the day. We ask that you only sit in designated spots on the shuttle that are set up to be socially distanced. A route will be provided to guests prior to the event. 
  • COVID-19 Testing, Symptoms, & Reporting
    The specifics of our testing and reporting requirements will be shared closer to June and August event dates. We will establish the necessary health precautions based on the most updated CDC recommendations and Massachusetts state guidelines and will share the requirements here and via email to our registrants. As of right now, it is too early to confirm what these will look like.
  • Registration
    When does registration open? 
    Registration for the June event is open now! The registration timeline for the August event is still being determined. 

    How do I register?
    Registration is online this year and once open will be available on this page, there will be no mail in registration forms. If you need help registering, please call the Alumni Office at 978-232-2401 and we will register you over the phone. 

    What do I do if I have handicap and/or accessibility needs for the event?
    There is space on the registration form to request accommodations; you may also reach out to our office directly to further discuss. 

    Where do I make note of allergies or dietary restrictions? 
    There is question on the registration about allergies and dietary restrictions, and we encourage you to be detailed here. We share all information directly with our catering team. 

    Is there anything else I need to know about registering? 
    You will need to sign off that you acknowledge and agree to the rules and guidelines of the event. This includes signing a risk waiver and providing a negative test upon arrival. 

    What if I register and then decide I cannot or do not want to attend? 
    We completely understand. Please be sure to call or email the Office of Alumni Relations at 978-232-2401 or as soon as you make this decision. We will remove you from planning documents and will also discuss refund options. 

Reunion Registrants

Wondering who you’ll see at Reunion? Below is a list of Reunion Registrants as of April 21, 2021. Names will be updated regularly. 
  • 1951
    Ginger Warwick Judge 
  • 1955
    Marilyn Rowley Dorsey
  • 1956
    Lieselotte (Lee) Flaskamper Mercer

  • 1960

    Arlene Sydiskis Battistelli
    Suzanne Mann Papin
    Beverly Baltzel Prentice
    Ann Littlepage Pulver

  • 1961
    Linda Park
  • 1966

    Darlene Casella
    Susan Feather-Gannon
    Eleanor Schrumm Garlow
    Jane Rowlands Hamill
    Lynne Shaylor Herodes
    Gretchen Gates McAdams
    Elizabeth Milley

  • 1967
    Diane Courtney Bannister
    Elaine Guarino Frontero
    Joanne MacDonald Hobbs
    Mary Hickey Ioven
    Kathleen Ryan Nylin
  • 1970
    Cathy Gramsey Hedberg
    Novella Adoue
    Susan Martin Biagini
    Betsey Borden
    Cindy Mattinson Cereno
    Bettyann Barmore Crowell
    Gail Mattinson Deroche
    Ann Hill Galvin
    Halli Oankin Lunin
    Catherine Cramer Marmion
    Particia Scangas
    Pamela Scangas
    Jean Shotton Stone
    Joan Carpenter Thornton 
    Melissa Witul
    Catherine Wood
  • 1971
    Anne Bucknam April 
    Judith Krasnecki Carven
    Suzanne Spiris Cushing
    Jane Duncan
    Dorothea Havighurst Freeman
    Deborah Hazell Hedden
    Elvera DiSabato Howard
    SusanGrout Hume
    Diane Ellicott Kwiatek
    Gail Malliaros-Golec
    Elaine Marcorelle
    Wendy Stackpole Moquin
    Claudia Zirpolo Racalbuto
    Tina Spence
    Elizabeth Wieshofer
  • 1972
    Katie Hildreth Barnes
  • 1975
    Barara Bowers Bigford
    Lorie Whitney Cochran
  • 1976
    Anne Sterling
  • 1977
    Cynthia Clegg Merkle
  • 1980
    Nancy Zurcher Boutcher
    Brenda Demirjian
    Monica St.Cyr Kluz
    Anita Labell Otis
    Barbara Beaucar Spiridigliozzi
    Barbara Van Nest
    Regina Vorgang
  • 1981
    Donna Bishop Bright
    Beth Sinacole Halaby
    Belinda Lane
    Lori LaRochelle
    Diane LeDoux
    Sharon Wasilewski Reed
    Sharon DiPiro Sammartino
  • 2004
    Sherri Raftery