One of the greatest joys of the PLU experience is the relationships established during your time spent around campus!
Connect with Homecoming and reconnect with those who were an important part of your PLU experience. Whether they are roommates, classmates, teammates, faculty, staff or administrators, plan to connect again at Homecoming 2012!
The classes of 1962, 1972, 1977, 1987, 1992 and PLU Graduates Of the Last Decade will all have special reunion activities. We invite the alumni of these class years to connect in a special way this year in celebration of their significant anniversaries.
This year, Homecoming is the final event of the inauguration month for President Thomas Krise. We encourage every alum to attend Homecoming, especially the Homecoming Soiree, to help welcome President Thomas Krise and Patricia Krise into the PLU community.
Meant to Live
An aspect of the Wild Hope Program is Meant to Live - an annual student initiated event, now funded by a generous gift from the Class of 1958, which bring alumni back to campus to share their "vocational narrative."
The Division of Social Sciences has been identified as the Academic Affinity group for Homecoming 2012. Alumni who majored in Anthropology, Economics, Global Studies, History, Marriage and Family Therapy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology and Social Work are invited back to campus to celebrate their academic experiences, as well as network and share their vocational narratives as a part of Meant to Live. Events will take place on Friday September 28, highlighting the vocational narratives of many divisional alumni throughout the day. For the full schedule of Meant to Live events click here.
Many of the athletic teams are hosting alumni events in conjunction with Homecoming where former athletes can compete and/or connect with their old teammates and others who share their legacy of involvement in athletics at PLU. This is a reunion year for the "Chasers Racers". For the full schedule of athletic events click here.