A time to reconnect and rediscover
Homecoming means cheering on the Blue Devils, catching up with old friends and reliving great memories. But it’s so much more – a chance to learn about Duke’s world-changing work, to reconnect with affinity groups and clubs, to explore Duke’s ever-changing campus and to feel the energy of thousands of alumni who return for fall’s biggest weekend. Come be Forever Duke all over again.
Join the Duke Alumni Association for a weekend of friends, football, and fun during Homecoming 2017! Registration opens in early August.
First Four Reunion at Homecoming, Sept. 15-16
Undergraduate alumni from the first four classes out (2014-2017) can reconnect with friends throughout Homecoming Weekend at exclusive First Four reunion events. Join us for a First Four Happy Hour in The Devil’s Krafthouse (Brodhead Center, formerly West Union) on Friday evening and cocktails, celebration, and conversation Saturday night in Brightleaf Square.
Affinity Group Reunions, Sept. 15-17
Alumni of student organizations, clubs, and sports teams can reunite during Homecoming with reserved spaces at the VIP Lounge and Pregame Celebration. Email email@example.com to learn more about scheduling space for your group.
Volunteer Weekend, Sept. 15-16
Duke volunteers of all kinds are welcome to attend Volunteer Weekend to connect, learn, and engage with other Duke volunteers. Volunteer Weekend will feature access to some of our incredible campus resources and a keynote address by Sally Hogshead ’91, a world-class branding expert and founder of the Fascination Personality Test.
DUHLAA Conference, Sept. 15-17
Hispanic/Latino alumni, please join the Duke University Hispanic and Latino Alumni Association (DUHLAA) for the DUHLAA National Conference on campus during Homecoming 2017. Reconnect with old alumni friends (and meet some new ones) while cheering on the Blue Devils and enjoying fall in Durham!
Graduate School Homecoming Celebration, Sept. 15
Alumni, students, and faculty are invited to celebrate Homecoming at The Graduate School’s annual reception. Featuring remarks from Graduate School Dean and Vice Provost for Graduate Education, Paula D. McClain, the reception will also honor the second class of inductees of the Duke Graduate School Few-Glasson Alumni Society.