When is Homecoming on the Hill 2016?

June 3-4   HOMECOMING ON THE HILL 2016

Friday - June 3

10:00 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Registration/Check-In - Office of Alumni Affairs, Lowrey Administration Building

11:00 a.m. – Golden Flame Luncheon - BMC Class of 1966 (note change of time)

1:00 p.m. - Photo of the Golden Flame Society - Front steps of Lowrey Administration Building

2:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. – Class Reunion Gatherings - See printed program for locations

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - Meet the Professors - First Floor of Lowrey Administration Building

4:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. - Tea for Lifetime Members of the Alumni Association - President's Suite

5:30 -  Sunset Supper - Pascal Student Union Building (SUB)

7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. - Follies - Garrett Hall

Saturday - June 4

7:30 a.m. - Breakfast with the President - Ray Dining Hall

8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. - Registration - Office of Alumni Affairs, Lowrey Administration Building

9:30 a.m. - Annual Alumni Gathering - Modena Lowrey Berry Auditorium of Administration Building

11:30 a.m. - Alumni Awards Luncheon - Ray Dining Hall (photos of the reunion classes taken during the luncheon)

 

Where do I go to register online?
Copy and paste this link ino your browser:  https://secure-q.net/EventQ/Event?OrgID=BMCEDU&EventID=2527 
When should I register?

As soon as the registration form is put on the alumni website, you can go ahead and register.  Please also fill out the biographical form, too.  This will help us with updates in our data base and also be a source of info for your reunion group when you gather on Friday to fellowship with one another.

A registration form will be coming in the spring Mountain View alumni newsletter! Once we receive your registration (whether in paper form or the online version), your name will be placed on the "Guess Who's Coming" list!  Watch for your classmates' names and encourage one another to attend!

If you have any questions, call or email the Office of Alumni Affairs: 662.675.4771 x 119   or  alum@bmc.edu.

 

What does my reunion weekend registration pay for?
The registration fee helps defray the cost of providing any publications related to this event, as well as other expenditures incurred in coordinating this wonderful weekend.  The registration fee is assessed only once to alums and not their guests; this fee applies to all alums participating in the event, not just overnight campus guests.  Your registration fee is gesture of support in many ways.
If I miss preregistration, will I be charged a late fee?

Yes, there will be a $10 additional charge for those who do not register for Homecoming on the Hill by May 20th, 2016.  We will not be able to register anyone online, or over the phone, after this date.  If you miss the deadline, you will be required to register at the door, either on June 3rd or 4th, and be charged the late fee.

We are sorry for this inconvenience, but in order to appropriately and adequately plan for meals, lodging and other details, we have to have a cut-off time for registration.  Thank you for being prompt with your registration and your payment for meals and lodging!

Is any part of my registration, lodging or meals cost refundable?
Because of deadlines for food ordering and reserving rooms, we cannot refund after the pre-registration closes.   We will work with you in every way in case of an emergency.  
What accommodations are available?
OFF-CAMPUS ACCOMMODATIONS

The following is a list of suggested places to stay if you would prefer somewhere other than the dorm rooms or guest rooms on campus.

Inn on the Square in Ripley Ripley 662-993-9350 www.innonthesquare.info
Best Western Ripley 662-837-0002
Holiday Inn Express New Albany 662-534-8870 www.hiexpress.com
Hampton Inn New Albany 662-534-7722
http://www.reservationcounter.com/hotels/show/339516/hampton-inn-new-albany

Fairfield Inn & Suites Tupelo http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tupfi-fairfiedl-inn-new-albany-

Marriott Courtyard Tupelo http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/tupcy-courtyard-tupelo
Best Western Tupelo 866-599-6674
Wingate by Wyndham Tupelo 866-599-6674
Comfort Suites Tupelo 855-809-3508
ON-CAMPUS ACCOMMODATIONS
A limited number of guest rooms are available in Stevens Hall on a first-come-first-served basis for those who have mobility issues and/or traveling companions. These guest rooms have towels, bed linens and pillows.

The available dorm rooms are all located on the second and third floors. They do not provide towels, bed linens and pillows. Please come prepared.

If you are using air travel and would like for the Office of Alumni Affairs (662.685.4771, ext. 119) to arrange for your bedding, please call and let us know. Thank you!

Distance to Ripley – 5.5 miles
Distance to New Albany – 14 miles
Distance to Tupelo- 39 miles
What if I have to come in earlier than June 3rd because of my flight into Memphis and need lodging on the 2nd?
Please contact the Office of Alumni Affairs as soon as you know your plans, and we will do our best to work with you and your special needs.  Call 662.685.4771, ext. 119 or email nmcdonald@bmc.edu.
Who comes to the GOLDEN FLAME LUNCHEON on Friday?
EVERYONE is invited to celebrate with the GOLDEN CLASS of 1966!  Anyone who finished at BMC fifty years ago, or more, is invited.  Family, friends, and all well-wishers are a part of this gala luncheon.  Please mark your reservation form to include you and your special guests.  All are welcome! 
Are guys a part of Homecoming on The Hill?
Yes,  male graduates, spouses, sons, and brothers are ALWAYS welcome!
Should I bring a prospective student to Homecoming on The Hill?
Yes, prospective students are always welcome!  The Admissions team will be made aware of your plans and will happily “host” these young folks.  Other opportunities for prospective students are called BMC Pre-View days, and the dates are listed on the BMC website. Check out our TOPPER Fall Festival, it is a great time to visit the campus with any young prospect.  TOPPER Fall Festival is another annual alumni event, coupled with our traditional FOUNDERS DAY celebration.  Topper Fest and Founders Day are traditionally the first weekend of November.  Besides a very inspirational chapel on Friday, the festival features live music, vendors, activities for children, and a health fair. No matter what your age, it is a great time to visit BMC campus! Watch the website www.bmc.edu/alumni and printed publications for information about this fun weekend.