The Oswego Alumni Association is pleased to offer a special alumni discount
for on-campus housing for alumni who wish to relive their favorite Oswego memories while attending this year’s Harborfest, July 28 to 31.
Alumni will be housed in Seneca Hall according to class year, with a maximum of two adults per room. Alumni may begin checking in at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 28, and must check out by 11 a.m. Sunday, July 31.
There is an early-bird alumni discount special of $68 per night for those making reservations
on or before July 15 at 4 p.m. Alumni reservations made after that time will be $72 per night until July 27 at 4 p.m.
The special alumni discount rate will not be available after July 27 at 4 p.m., and all alumni will be charged the regular “walk-in rate” of $77.70 per night.
Those alumni making reservations by 4 p.m. July 27 can also rent a refrigerator and mattresses for children 16 years and younger, for an additional $10 each for the weekend. Linens for beds and towels will be supplied. The Centro bus will run a convenient shuttle service from campus to the festival grounds.
Don’t miss the opportunity to attend this exciting Oswego tradition and
show your Laker Pride!
To make reservations, please visit alumni.oswego.edu/harborfest, or you
may contact Allison Craine at firstname.lastname@example.org or 315-312-2258 with questions.
To register for Harborfest Housing, you will need to login through OsweGoConnect at http://alumni.oswego.edu. Your unique security code to enter the community is the 9-digit ID number located above your address on the mailing label of this 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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