Reunions are a vital aspect to staying connected to Morris Catholic. A reunion is typically assisted by the Office of Institutional Advancement so as to make the process as easy as possible. Visit the "Contact Us" page for names and important information to move your reunion forward. Reunions typically involve three stages:
Stage One: Preparation
Whether through email, Facebook or other social networking tools, alumni get in touch and start to discuss the option of a reunion. A representative can then be in touch with Matthew Alpaugh, Director of Communications for advice and assistance to move to the next stage. Our database of over 6,000 alumni is a terrific resource for this stage.
Stage Two: Execution
Most often, alumni enjoy reunions that have two parts: a campus visit and an off-site gathering. The campus visit may come in the form of attending a sporting or theatre event or just to get a personal tour of the facility. We've had a reunion that featured a tent and picnic prior to a football game and another that offered a magician for the children of alumni. Our staff can recommend venues off campus that have been used by previous classes.
Stage Three: Follow Up
Don't forget this important element in your reunion. From turning in checks to making a donation back to the school, your class reunion will want to "tie a bow" around its experience with strong follow up.