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The Alumni Association is a growing, active, vibrant organization. In addition to graduates of Nasson College, the Alumni Association supports and represents the interests of all members of the Nasson family. The most popular activities of the Alumni Association each year are the annual all-school reunions. All major activities are held on campus.

In addition, there is the ongoing effort to keep the mailing list up to date (an almost impossible task, under the circumstances!) and collecting updates on alumni and friends. [Learn more...]


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Annual "active" membership is only $25 per year! Your membership greatly helps the Alumni Association to perform its many functions. Please also consider contribution to the Endowment Fund, a Commemorative Brick for Flag Plaza and the Nasson Community Center. [Contribute...]


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Visit your fellow Nasson College Alumni on facebook! It's a great way to stay connected with old friends - as well as share stories and photos! [Like us...]


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In the fall of every year is Homecoming, and in the spring is Alumni Day. The Alumni Association also posts the dates of any Board Meetings here. [Learn more...]


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Enjoy viewing the many photos displayed in our Gallery! Photos are from events like the Nasson College Alumni Homecomings and Alumni Day gatherings through the years. Please note: This is an off-site link. [View Gallery...]


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The Nasson College Alumni Association awards two scholarships per year, each according to distinct criteria: either to a Nasson College descendant or to a deserving student enrolled in the Sanford Regional Technical Center System. [Learn More...]


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Here's where to purchase that Nasson College merchandise you've been searching for: key chains, golf shirts, t-shirts, ball caps and more! [Visit Store...]


Nasson College Alumni showing spirit in a parade!


Click here for more Memories from Nasson College Alumni


Memories of time spent at Nasson College dating back as far as 1938! Sit back, get comfortable, and read what some of our Nasson Alumni have sent us. You may laugh. You may cry. And hopefully you'll remember your own great adventures with this amazing space and time in history. [Read more...]

  • By Mark Tschirch

    Too bad hindsight comes after. I knew during my years at Nasson that I was having a lot of fun and making great friendships. What I did not understand was the profound effect those time would have on the rest of my life (so far). It was a great place to grow up because there were so many good people around. I am also impressed with the impact my fellow alum have had on this world in general.

    I communicate with many due to this web site and see classmates in person whenever possible. All are very proud of Nasson and look back as I do on a great time in our lives.

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  • By Bill Cain

    In reading through some of the comments from the Class of '69 following their reunion, many people refer to their experience in the Study Abroad Programs headed by Dr. Strauch as being some of their fondest memories of Nasson.

    I caught up with Dr. Strauch a year ago February in Guam where he now lives. I was involved with the Vienna Study Abroad Program reunion in April 2008, and coincidentally, was traveling through Guam just a few months before the reunion

    My wife videotaped my meeting with Dr. Strauch in the Guam airport between our flights, and I've since uploaded it to YouTube where it can now be seen by anyone. The video IS archived on You Tube:

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  • By Helen Claire Gegenheimer Kennedy ("Geg")

    There are too many to mention but one amusing memory is of Mrs. Jackson (our housemother) and her weekly lectures on how to conduct ourselves and be a perfect lady -- including how to walk down a staircase without lowering your head to look at the stairs! I would love to hear from some of my classmates. A few months ago I was able to catch up with Lila Mitchell Sparrell (she was a two year student) whom I hadn't seen in over 50 years. We had a great visit and I plan to visit her when I next get up to Massachusetts. I found Lila through the Alumni Association. Thanks.

    What dorm or house did I stay in while at Nasson? Well, Brown Hall when I was a Freshman, Bradeen House when I was a Sophomore until they moved us back to Brown Hall to make Bradeen over into a home for the new President, John T. Holden. My Junior year was spent at Hanson Cottage and then for my Senior Year I was asked to remain at Hanson in order to be a House "Warden" for which I earned a small salary which was applied to my tuition and other expenses. That helped my struggling parents considerably. My own class moved on to Holmes House.

    How many people were in my class? Oh gosh, the four year class had only a handful...14 and there were 16 two year students. What was Springvale like in those days? Like a small rural village in which everyone knew everyone else. People congregated at Raymond's across the main street for snacks in between classes, we got goodies at Kostis' delicatessen and we did our practice work in and around Springvale.

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