Alumni Visiting UWC-USA

Alumni visiting UWC-USA

We welcome UWC alumni to return to Montezuma to re-engage with the UWC-USA community. We hope that your time on campus reignites the UWC passion you felt when you were a student and helps you extend that into your post-UWC life.

Given that we are an active boarding school, please check with Reed Baumgarten ’89, Alumni Engagement Officer, at alumni@uwc-usa.org when planning your visit.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, no unannounced visits to campus will be allowed at this time. Please contact Reed Baumgarten ’89, Alumni Engagement Officer, for more information about visiting the campus.

A schedule of dates for the 2020/21 academic year has not been established and dates for visits are not set. Please check back for more information.

Also check out our many engagement opportunities for our alumni: www.uwc-usa.org/engage

Third-Year Visits

The UWC-USA experience begins with two years of intensive academic, experiential, and residential learning opportunities. It is also preparatory for whatever our alumni do after they leave UWC-USA, including further education and a variety of career paths. It is our hope, too, that the two years our students spend at UWC-USA prepare them to be responsible global citizens who live the UWC mission in the wider world. We are committed to robust alumni engagement with UWC-USA after they leave, including visits to campus. Our policy requires that third-years request permission to visit before making firm plans. Please contact the Director of Alumni Engagement & Giving at alumni@uwc-usa.org to get permission to visit UWC-USA. Limit 6 people per visit. If you had a disciplinary violation as a second-year your visit may be denied. Please submit this form no later than 3 weeks prior to your visit.

There are currently no dates for third-year visits.

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— Her Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan, President of UWC