Since you can’t visit our beautiful campus in person at the moment, here’s the next best thing.
Class of 2020 alums will check in at the Sadove First Floor Living Room for their senior days and Commencement. They will receive their senior days pass and room assignment/key.
This self-paced class will focus on the basics of indoor cycling while building the rider's strength and endurance. We will review proper bike setup, correct form and posture, and learn the basic cycling moves. The class will be 30-40 minutes of cycling with additional pre and post-workout stretching. The total class time will be about 45 minutes. This class is open to everyone, especially those new to spinning. Please bring a water bottle and a hand towel. Mask Required. Instructor: Joan Kane
Fireworks display to celebrate the Class of 2020! Will go off at dusk by the grassy area next to Ferguson Field. Rain date: Friday 6/3/22
Strawberries and Champagne is an event that commemorates the past traditions of Kirkland College graduations and the continuing legacy of Kirkland at Hamilton.
Guided tour of Hamilton's Arboretum. Meet at the Grant Garden Gazebo behind Elihu Root House.
Class of 2020 graduate athletes and their families are invited to join the Office of Athletics for a reception.
Protestant Chapel Service and Breakfast. Reservations requested. Contact Jeffrey H. McArn, College Chaplain, 315-859-4130 or email@example.com.
Join the Class of 2020 and their families for Commencement celebrating Hamilton's 208th year. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. The ceremony will be streamed live for those that can not attend. The ceremony can also be viewed on the College's Facebook page. Following the ceremony there will be a picnic on the Dunham Green with additional seating in Commons Dining Hall.
All graduates and their families are invited to join the picnic following Commencement. No tickets are required. Additional seating available in Soper Hall of Commons.
Please stop by for a yogurt parfait and a coffee or tea as we celebrate Kathy before she departs. Kathy Wolfe, Hamilton's inaugural Dean of Engaged Education, has accepted a position as the VPAA/Dean of the College at Roanoke College in Virginia. While at Hamilton, Kathy has collaborated on the implementation of the ALEX initiative, the goal of which is to increase students' access to resources and opportunities, and improve the coherence of the student experience. A...