ALUMNI CAN STAY ON CAMPUS FOR THE BIGGEST PARTY of the year! On-campus housing will be available for alumni who wish to relive their favorite Oswego memories by attending this year’s Harborfest, July 25 to 28.
Alumni will be housed on campus (dorm to be determined) according to class year, with a maximum of two adults per room. Alumni may begin checking in Thursday, July 25, at 2 p.m. and must check out by Sunday, July 28, at 11 a.m.
There is an early bird special of $65 per night for those making reservations on or before July 19 by 4 p.m. Reservations made after July 19 at 4 p.m. will be $70 per night. For those registering by July 19, refrigerators will be available upon request for an additional $10 for the weekend. Mattresses for children 16 years and younger will also be available to rent for $10 for the weekend. Linens for beds and towels will be supplied. The Centro bus will be running the regularly scheduled City service from the Campus to Downtown – however regular fares do apply and this service only operates on the regular schedule of Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this exciting Oswego tradition!
To make reservations please visit alumni.oswego.edu/harborfest or you may contact Allison Craine at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Alumni staying in special alumni housing will also receive a commemorative Oswego Alumni Association favor.
To register for Harborfest Housing you will need to login or register for OsweGoConnect. Your unique security code to enter the community is the 9-digit ID number is located above your address on the mailing label of the alumni magazine. You will only need this the first time you enter and then you will choose your own personal password.
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