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Points of Interest
More than anything, it is the campus that calls alumnae back to Wellesley. Reunion is your time to explore the campus anew.
Whether you want to visit our state-of-the-art facilities or enjoy a peaceful walk around the lake, you will have plenty of time to reconnect with Wellesley’s beautiful surroundings and experience all reunion has to offer.
Clapp Library and Knapp Media & Technology Center
Visit Wellesley's library. No need to bring a computer - alumnae and their adult guests are invited to go online using the public computers.
Keohane Sports Center
Visit Wellesley’s athletic complex, including the new tract of athletic fields, wetlands, and recreational space at the west end of campus.
Lake Waban and Alumnae Valley
Discover the beautiful new landscape between Alumnae Hall and Lake Waban, take a canoe out on the water, and admire the campus from a different perspective.
Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center
Enjoy the campus center, which includes the bookstore, a cafe, convenience store, and dining facilities.
Diana Chapman Walsh Alumnae Hall
Tour the beautiful newly renovated Alumnae Hall, including its performance spaces, stunning new entrance, and gallery of notable alumnae.
Wellesley College Botanic Gardens
Explore the Margaret C. Ferguson Greenhouse complex, home to an encyclopedic collection of plants, and the 22-acre Hunnewell Arboretum and Alexandra Botanic Garden.
Visit the recently renovated and expanded Whitin Observatory. Geosciences and Environmental Studies now share the space with Astronomy.
Do you have questions? Please contact the Reunion Reservation Office Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm EST, at 781.283.2321 or firstname.lastname@example.org.