Each fall, we invite alumni from near and far to come back to sweet home Susquehanna for our annual Homecoming-Reunion Weekend.
About 1,000 alumni and their guests return to visit with old friends and professors and check out the latest changes to campus.
Although events change from year to year, visitors can always count on a home football game, a parade down University Avenue, a Homecoming dance and plenty of reunion events.
This favorite Susquehanna tradition dates back nearly 100 years. The first Homecoming was celebrated in 1922.
2020 Homecoming-Reunion Weekend Events
Wednesday, October 28
7:00 p.m. 1970 50 th Reunion Trivia, virtual*
7:00 p.m. SAC Halloween Gingerbread House Competition, Smith Lawn Tent
Thursday, October 29
4:00 p.m. Back to Class with Dr. Tammy Tobin, virtual*
7:00 p.m. Green Dot Overview Workshop for Alumni, virtual on Zoom
8:00 p.m. Witch Hat Ring Toss, Charlie's Coffeehouse
Friday, October 30
8:00 p.m. Pop Goes the Pumpkin, Charlie's Coffeehouse, Degenstein
11:00 p.m. Trick or Treat Spike-Tacular, Deg Lawn
Saturday, October 31
12:30 p.m. Meet Sharief Hashim, the university's new director of athletics, virtual*
1:00 p.m. Viewing of SU vs. Albright College, 1994 – Home Game with Steve Briggs, virtual*
1:00 p.m. Susquehanna Search, virtual
2:00 p.m. SAC Pumpkin Painting, Smith Lawn Tent
5:00 p.m. Costume Contest, sponsored by Charlie's Coffeehouse, Smith Lawn Tent and Zoom
7:00 p.m. Double Feature: Hocus Pocus and The Conjuring, Smith Lawn Tent
7:30 p.m. Susquehanna University's Stadium Band Performance, virtual*
Sunday, November 1
*virtual events require registration through the Alumni office.
"Castle of Horrors Virtual Escape Room, Sponsored by TRAX"
Castle of Horrors Virtual Escape Room, Sponsored by TRAX
Watch a story video then be taken to the 360 degree view of the escape room where you will move around the room using the “feet” on the floor. You will click on items for a larger view to solve the clues to escape.
It’s available all weekend from 12:01 am on Friday, Oct. 30 to 11:59 pm on Sunday, Nov. 1 here.
For more information, visit the SU Alumni website.
A campus favorite held every year in mid-November, when faculty and staff serve students a carved turkey dinner with all the fixings in Evert Dining Room.
A cherished gathering marking the Advent season, the service includes candle lighting and carols as well as traditional readings, songs and prayers.