On Campus/Important Dates
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"Lessons Learned: True Stories of Work, Warmth and Wonder” on Sunday, Oct. 28 at 3 p.m. at Vassar’s Sanders Auditorium
IMPORTANT DATES for SPRING 2019
January 31 – Course list ready to publish on website (Mihai/Lucy)
Feb 7-March 1 – Course registration (Carlie)
March 10-March 25 – Add/Drop (Carlie)
March 15 – Orientation (?)
4/19 – no class, Passover/Good Friday
5/17 – Last class, Annual Meeting & Cocktail Party
6/1 – submit any remaining receipts to Larry Miller, Treasurer, for reimbursement
6/30 – last day of Fiscal Year
- list of class locations and hours will be posted in Kenyon Hall, Blodgett Hall and outside our Hospitality Room.
- Hospitality Room in Club Room
- It is located on the second floor of Kenyon Hall (KH 205) in the Club Room. It is open 9am–3:30 pm. Here you can eat your brown bag lunch or snack between classes. There is a sign-up sheet to bring goodies—please sign up—and a jar for purchasing coffee.
- Dining at the College Center
- You can have your lunch with regular students at the Retreat (located in the rear of the Main Building) or the All Campus Dining Center. There are also many restaurants along Collegeview Ave.
- If you need to be shuttled in, please park your car at the South Lot Visitor Parking. There will be a shuttle between 9am-5pm to take you to Kenyon and Blodgett Halls. If you wish to walk through our beautiful campus, you may park either at the South Lot Visitor Parking, at the Prentiss Parking Lot, at the North Lot or at Arthur S. May Elementary School. Please come early and allow enough time to get to class promptly.
- Library You may use the Main Library during regular hours (M–F 9–5pm) without an ID card. As a member of LLI you can apply for a temporary ID at the front desk or online to borrow books, videos and use databases.
- Arts At Vassar On this page you will find arts-related feature stories as well as announcements of upcoming events sponsored by the departments of Music, Dance, Drama, and Film; exhibitions and events at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, the Palmer Gallery, and the Archives and Special Collections Library; and summer performances at the Powerhouse Theater.
- Vassar Farms Situated on a 527.5-acre plot of land, the Vassar Farm is located on the southern side of campus, across Hooker Avenue. Historically, the land was a working farm providing milk, pork, and vegetables to the college dining halls until 1957.