Homecoming

 

Homecoming at Truman State University

Join us for Homecoming on Oct. 12-13, 2018
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Alumni, friends and families are invited back to campus to reconnect during Homecoming weekend 2018. Be sure to join us and gather with classmates, former roommates, professors and students.

Some of the Homecoming festivities include:  Bulldog Forever Banquet with the Golden Alumni 50-Year Anniversary Diploma Ceremony and Recognition of Homecoming Honorees; Pep Rally; 5K Run/Walk; Homecoming Parade; Bulldog Forever Homecoming Tailgate; Bulldog sporting events, Golden Alumni Class Reunion Luncheon; department and organization receptions and much more. Watch for more details to come.

If you are a member of a class reunion year: 2008, 1998, 1993, 1988 or 1978…reserved seating will be offered Saturday at the luncheon at Bulldog Forever Tailgate (near the alumni tents).

Whether you graduated in 2018, 1958, somewhere in between or before, we hope you will return to campus and share in the legacy you helped build. All alumni, families, community members and friends are invited to join us for the Homecoming celebration!


Alumni Center (Open Homecoming Weekend)

• Purchase tickets for Homecoming events/pick up tickets ordered online via the Alumni Store
• Pick up Truman gifts for alumni (while supplies last)
• Register for door prizes
• Buy apparel
• Leave messages for friends
• Enjoy FREE refreshments and drinks courtesy of the Truman Alumni Association

LOCATION:
Down Under, located on the lower level of the Student Union Building
HOURS:

Friday, Oct. 12, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, Oct. 13, 8:30-11:30 a.m.

campus mapWe’re delighted to have you on campus for the weekend. In honor of Homecoming, you will not need a guest parking pass or red/blue/green parking decals to park in University parking lots on Friday, Oct. 12 through Sunday, Oct 14.

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After graduation I moved to a new metro area. Connecting with other alumni in the Kansas City area has helped me discover some of the city’s best places for entertainment, shopping, dining and exploring. Joining the alumni chapter and participating in various events has been great because our Truman experience is an instant ice breaker.

Hope Harms ('07), National Alumni Board Representative for Kansas City