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Frequently asked questions

Earlham’s Homecoming and Reunion Weekend is our annual celebration to welcome alumni and friends back to the College. We also celebrate class reunions each year, but all Earlhamites are welcome back to campus for a weekend full of festivities.

Homecoming and Reunion Weekend 2024 will begin on Thursday, Oct. 17, and conclude on Sunday, Oct. 20.

Beginning with the 5th year reunion, we celebrate reunions every 5 years leading up to your 50th Reunion years beyond the 50th will be a part of the Emeriti cluster reunion. For a quick guide, here are the class breakdown for the next five years:

  • 2023: Classes ending in “3” and “8,” plus a special 55th reunion for the Class of 1968
  • 2024: Classes ending in “4” and 9”
  • 2025: Classes ending in “0” and 5”
  • 2026: Classes ending in “1” and “6”

Absolutely! You can attend any events throughout the weekend!

Yes! We encourage you to bring your family and friends with you to homecoming! Be sure to register them for the weekend by adding guest(s) when registering.

Registration will be open soon!

Homecoming is open to all Earlhamites! There are many fun and exciting activities even if you’re not celebrating a reunion.

We encourage the entire Earlham community to attend.

Unfortunately, child care is not provided due to liability concerns.

Parking is available throughout campus during the entire weekend!

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Make your reunion gift today!

Reunion classes are raising money for current and future Earlhamites. Consider donating to help every student lead lives of passion and purpose. Stay turned to this page to learn more about donating to the Earlham Fund, and show your support for future Earlhamites.


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Alyssa Tegeler

Director of alumni engagement

For Homecoming questions

Amber Hall

Amber Hall

Assistant director of alumni engagement

For reunion questions

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