Alumni & Families
Imagination, daring, and impossibly high ambition—these are the qualities that connect each successive generation of alumni.
The strength of our community emerges from our connection to one another, our connection to the College whether we are on campus or off. Bennington is more than the students, faculty, and staff that punctuate campus, it is fueled and energized by more than 13,000 Bennington alumni and 8,500 families. For Bennington to remain as vital as it is today, we need alumni and family engagement, support, and continued connection to each other and the world.
All–Class Reunion & Family Weekend
All-Class Reunion and Family Weekend, September 23–25, 2016, is a wonderful time to enjoy the Bennington experience together and to sample the stimulating intellectual, artistic, cultural, and recreational experiences that students past and present enjoy. This year's programming will also include Life After Bennington (LAB) events, which are designed to bring together current students, alumni, and families to explore what it means to bring your work beyond Bennington.
Follow these links for more information and to register online.
The spirit of collaboration informs Bennington’s student experiences and that principle extends to our alumni with the launch of the Bennington Alumni Cooperative.
Philanthropy enriches every aspect of Bennington, supporting priorities ranging from providing scholarship assistance, faculty support, and campus renewal, among many other vital needs.
The office of alumni relations maintains several channels that celebrate Bennington’s history, that enable you to connect with each other, and that highlight alumni achievements and events. We hope you’ll join the conversation.
Bennington is published twice a year and mailed to alumni, families and friends of the College. In between summer and winter issues, you may find new stories and breaking news on the new online magazine.
Alumni and parent volunteers provide dynamic support for the College. There are many ways to volunteer for Bennington and range from short and long term service to sharing of talents and time.
We welcome family engagement with the College from volunteering, to hosting an intern or student in your home over FWT, and of course connection to your child.
Sep 27TONIGHT Eve Sussman ’84 and Simon Lee in Tishman as part of the fall Visual Arts Lecture Series https://t.co/244GmEu4uU