Originally an inn called Lee's Tavern and the home of the Root family, the Alumni Center is one of the oldest buildings on the Hill. Renovated in 1986 and 2002, it is named in honor of Molly and Joseph F. Anderson, Class of 1944, and in memory of Clancy D. Connell, Class of 1912. It houses the offices of Communications, Development and Alumni Relations.
Traveling to Clinton? Need internet access? Want to meet a friend, but don't fancy standing outside in the rain, sleet or snow? Come to the home office of the Alumni Relations staff.
You'll find one-stop shopping for information on campus tours, libraries, local accommodations, local restaurant listings (often with some informed advice as to what to try — or not), what's going on, and complimentary passes to use Hamilton's Athletic facilities. See planning your campus visit for more information.
Stop in to find out how you can become involved in or support one or more of the many programs that serve Hamilton students, parents and alumni. It's an opportunity to be a part of the Hamilton family.
The Anderson-Connell Alumni Center is located at the entrance to The Root Glen. Stop by the Gazebo to pick up self-guided walking tours of Root Glen and Hamilton's campus Arboretum.
Mid-August through June 30: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
July and early August: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.