Homecoming & Family Celebration

October 4th, 2008 by Adam

Homecoming & Family Celebration is a whole new way to celebrate at PSU. We’ve taken the best of both Family Weekend and Homecoming Weekend and combined them into a week-long celebration of Plymouth State University. Now alumni, families, students, faculty, staff, and the community can come together and share what is great about Plymouth State.

Homecoming & Family Celebration 2007 was a great success. Over 1,500 alumni families, parents and guests attended this fantastic event. We hope you will get the chance to do the same in 2008.

Join us for a day, join us for the weekend, but make plans to join us for Homecoming and Family Celebration 2008. The weeklong festivities run from September 29th – October 5th.

For a complete list of 2008 Homecoming & Family Celebration activities click here.

As always, the Office of Alumni Relations welcomes your comments, answers your questions and takes reservations
for events. 800/772-2620 or 603/535-2589 or alumni@plymouth.edu

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