When you first arrive on campus, please register at the locations and times noted below. At registration, we will provide you with a folder that includes program updates, a campus map, and your name badge. The name badge will serve as your entry pass to all events listed in the program below, unless otherwise noted.
Your name badge also allows you access to Mills athletic facilities. Please bring appropriate clothing and equipment if you wish to participate in our Tennis Festival or take advantage of our swimming pool, fitness center, tennis courts, or fitness trail.
Meal tickets for Founders Commons are available for purchase with cash at the door; no advance reservations are necessary.
The program below is subject to change.
Day Four: Sunday, September 29
Chinese Language, Culture, and Calligraphy
10:00 am–11:30 pm
Mandarin Chinese is spoken by one-fifth of the world's population and has a rich social and cultural background. Peng Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Language Chiu-Hung Chen will give a brief overview of the language, including its history and structures. The lecture will be followed by a calligraphy lesson. This workshop is sponsored by the AAMC Education Outreach Committee.
Brunch at Founders Commons
10:30 am–1:00 pm
Dine with your Mills student in picturesque Founders Commons and enjoy sweeping views of the Mills campus. Sample the wide array of delicious food choices that emphasize organic and fresh local ingredients. Registered Family Weekend guests do not pay extra at this meal, simply show your name badge; Mills students may use their meal plan or Mills Points.
Family Barbecue Lunch
12:00 pm–2:00 pm
Join Mills students and alumnae and Family Weekend guests for a festive Sunday barbecue at our beautiful Reinhardt Alumnae House. Kid-friendly activities will be offered. Please note that advance reservations and an additional fee are required to attend this lunch. If your Mills student is attending, they may use their meal plan or Mills Points.
Art Museum Exhibition
11:00 am–4:00 pm
Experiments in the Fault Zone is a multimedia exhibition that explores Mills’ internationally renowned commitment to experimentation and cross-disciplinary collaborative work in the fine arts.
Register now for Family Weekend.