Worcester State University invites alumni back to campus for Reunion Weekend May 12 and 13, 2023. “We have a great weekend planned and are excited to welcome our alumni to campus,” said Tara Hancock, executive director of alumni relations and engagement.
The weekend starts on Friday, May 12, with a Golden Graduates luncheon celebrating all our alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago. The luncheon, which costs $20 per ticket, will run from 11:30 am to 1 pm in the Wellness Center. Individuals interested in attending can register online.
Alumni of the psychology program will hold their reunion at 5:30 pm on Friday in Sheehan Hall, Room 109. Tickets cost $20 and include admission to Party on the Eve. Registration and an attendee list can be found online.
The annual Party on the Eve—a celebration welcoming the Class of 2023 to the alumni family on the eve of their graduation ceremony—starts at 6 pm on Friday on the Wasylean Hall Patio. Individuals from any class year can mingle and network with fellow Worcester State alumni while enjoying food, music, games and activities, and a cash bar. Advance tickets for alumni are $15 and can be purchased online. Tickets at the door are $20. Students from the Class of 2023 get in free. The first 100 seniors to register by May 5 will receive a special gift from the Class of 2023 Council, so register now!
On Saturday, May 13, the Class of 1973 will have their 50th reunion luncheon at President Barry M. Maloney’s house. Alumni from the Class of 1973 can register online.
“We are looking forward to hosting our alumni!” Hancock said, and encouraged those who haven’t yet purchased their tickets to “visit our website and register today!”
Alumni interested in attending any of these events can find more information and register online at the links above or contact the Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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