This October 19-22, Homecoming & Reunion Weekend will bring the Tribe together for events for every age and interest. Rediscover that inside joke over a drink at a class reunion. Pick up right where you left off with old friends and discover new connections. Feel the crisp fall breeze refresh the Sunken Garden. Fall in love with alma mater all over again. Learn more at homecoming.wm.edu.
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The class of 1963 invites classmates to the join them at the home of Ray and Sue Warner for a reunion reception and socializing. This will be a chance to catch up with friends and hear what everyone has been up to since the 50th.
Sample the best of Virginia beer, wine and spirits, as well as pay-as-you-go food trucks.
Join us as we gather to celebrate the life of Rachel Quinones '13 at a Homecoming Memorial Service in her honor. All W&M classes welcome, all faiths welcome.
Stop by the annual Black Alumni Reception to enjoy good company, light fare and a cash bar.
This year we have snagged Alexandra Bracken, author of The Darkest Minds series, which is one of this summer’s blockbusters – see the trailer here – and Anne Marie Pace, author of the Vampirina Ballerina series, which is now a hit Disney Jr. TV show!
If you have any questions or need help with registration, please call our Homecoming hotline at (757) 221-3106 or email email@example.com.
Join us for a hearty breakfast for the whole family and learn what the Association of 1775 is planning for 2018-2019.
1979-80 Hunt residents, RAs and OAs will socialize with refreshments, outside of Hunt Hall. Current students are invited to participate if they wish.
Join us for our annual board meeting and luncheon. Members of the Pep Band, Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band will join us, so come meet and mingle with both current and future ABO members.
The Classical Studies Department is hosting a pre-game Brunch for our Alumni, Alumnae, Family and Friends of the department.
Stop by your favorite department on campus to visit with faculty, students, colleagues and fellow alumni.
A Homecoming brunch to celebrate Economic, Government, International Relations and Public Policy alumni.
Join the Modern Languages and Literatures Department for brunch at Lokal Cafe.
Former and current consultants and friends of the Writing Resources Center are invited to a reunion open house at the WRC. Drop by for light refreshments and conversation with WRC Director Sharon Zuber as well as friends and former colleagues.
Join us for a fun day filled with hand-on activities for all ages, demo shows, presentations from students and professors, lab visits, giant ooblek pool, hovercraft and most delicious liquid nitrogen ice cream.