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Together again

WWU invites alumni to campus to celebrate Homecoming Weekend 2024


On April 26–28, Walla Walla University is welcoming alumni back to campus for Homecoming Weekend 2024 to come together again and reminisce. Many exciting activities are available throughout the weekend such as golfing and PRISM vespers. This is a precious time to reconnect with friends and see what's new! 

John McVay, president of Walla Walla University, said, “We are delighted … to join in sharing memories, reflecting on the ways God has led in our lives, and celebrating the value of education at Walla Walla University—a distinctive experience.”

This year, during homecoming weekend, WWU will celebrate a number of anniversaries, including the 100th anniversary of Bowers Hall, 50 years of the social work program which includes social work majors and sociology minors, all preprofessional alumni, and the 50th anniversary of the Harris Art Gallery. 

The honor class reunions and photos will be available for alumni in the years 2014, 2009, 2004, 1999, 1994, 1989, 1984, 1979, 1974, 1969, and 1964, on Sabbath afternoon from 2–6 p.m. 

The second to last event of the weekend is the Eugene Winter Golf Classic at 8 a.m. The final event of the weekend, the 24th annual car show, will occur at 10 a.m. on Sunday in the Havstad Alumni Center parking lot.

Free registration is open at www.wallawalla.edu/homecoming or call (509) 527-2631.


Posted on April 17, 2024.

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12 ways to support your alma mater:

  1. Ask your employer to match a gift or talk to us about setting up a matching gift program where you work.
  2. Keep your contact information current with our office by submitting a Class Member Profile form so we know what you’ve been up to since your time at WWC/WWU.
  3. Add Walla Walla University in your estate plan.
  4. Send us the names of high school students you know who may be interested in quality Christian education.
  5. Nominate a fellow alumnus for Alumni of the Year.
  6. Share internship opportunities available at your company with our Student Development Center.
  7. Volunteer to talk with students interested in your company or industry.
  8. Come to WWU for homecoming weekend.
  9. Attend alumni events in your area.
  10. Display a WWU license plate holder and/or sticker on your car.
  11. Stay connected with faculty and staff you learned from at WWU. Some alumni even get involved with academic departments doing classroom presentations, seminars, panels, mock interviews, and more.
  12. Attend a Wolves game when WWU athletic teams play on the road near your home.