Mack Hall, our newest academic building, will be ready for classes when the semester begins in just a few days! So, we would love it if you would come over to campus from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Aug. 27, to see what it’s all about. We’ll be serving ice cream and conducting tours of the new building for anyone wanting to see its new classrooms, cybersecurity operations center, performing arts center, and case-study rooms.

Then, we’ll welcome everyone into our new 400-seat auditorium/performing arts center to hear from university leaders about bicentennial celebrations, campus updates, and NU students and faculty in the community. We will also have information tables and campus staff on hand to answer questions in the Mack Hall lobby and to guide tours of campus.

Please join us so you can hear firsthand about all we have here at Norwich to offer you as a member of our “family.”

EVENT AGENDA

4:30-5:30 p.m.
Ice cream social in the new Mack Hall

5:45 -6:15 p.m.
University presentation in the Mack Hall Performing Arts Center/Auditorium about upcoming Homecoming/Bicentennial celebrations, campus updates, and NU students and faculty in the community.

  • Diane Scolaro – Bicentennial welcome/overview, Introduction of President Richard W. Schneider
  • President Schneider – NU Welcome; value of community relations
  • Frank Vanecek – Student and employee engagement – Norwich University Corps of Cadets (Labor Day parade), Center for Civic Engagement, Norwich Athletics, etc.
  • Greg Sauer – Programming/resources at Kreitzberg Library and Sullivan Museum and History Center
  • Jeff Casey – Programming in new auditorium

4:30-6:30 p.m.
Tours of Mack Hall and campus, including special stops at the Kreitzberg Library and Sullivan Museum and History Center, a Smithsonian affiliate.

4:30-6:30 p.m.
Information tables with campus staff in Mack Hall lobby; informational handouts with upcoming events, “benefits” that Norwich offers our community

First-come, first-served parking is available in the northeast parking lot at Mack Hall’s lower entry and in the Milano Ballroom/Roberts Hall parking lot, via ID White Avenue. Parking is also available adjacent to and across from Plumley Armory off Central Street. Signs will direct guests to Mack Hall.

Mack Hall is Americans with Disabilities Act compliant and accessible via entry points at the lower level parking lot or via the Upper Parade Ground.

Dress: Business attire

Location:
Norwich University Campus
Northfield VT 05663

 

Contact:
Nick Fischer
Office of Communications
1 (802) 485-2702
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