Homecoming and Reunion Weekend 2023
We welcome all alumni back for homecoming and will have a special celebration on Saturday and Sunday, September 23-24, for reunion classes ending in 3 and 8—from the Class of 1988 to 2018. Come back and see your Landmark College family!
- Reconnecting with familiar faces
- Continuing education seminars BBQ lunch w/ lively entertainment
- Homecoming reception
- Mentoring and networking brunch
- Alumni vs. students basketball game in honor of Coach John Wood
Homecoming 2023 Schedule (subject to change)
Get information and your alumni gift here! Refreshments are available. It is open all day and a great place to meet classmates.
Join the LC team on this 2.5-mile run/walk. Appropriate for all ages and skill levels. You may register on-site. Spectators welcome! The run starts at 9:30 a.m.!
Ken Gobbo, Professor Emeritus
How did the neurodiversity movement start, and where is it going? Join Professor Gobbo for a conversation about the history, culture, pillars, creativity, and activism in the neurodiversity movement.
Jessica Lindoerfer, Director of Study Away
In 2023-24, we look forward to the growth in our global opportunities! Hear about upcoming opportunities for studying away and abroad and how alumni can get involved.
Welcome back, Alumni Sharks! There will be a lot of festivities on the quad for you and your family, including mini-golf, local treats, open-air photos, WLMC live, a peek into campus activities, and more!
- Appreciation Station: MacFarlane Room 111
- Art Exhibition and talk with the Artist: Fine Arts Building, Gallery
- TV Studio Open House: Lewis Academic Building, Basement
- Empty Bowls Fundraiser: Quad
Jan Coplan, Senior Director of Employer Relations and Career Connections
It is never too late to plan for the future! With that in mind, this session will provide an introduction to the Office of Career Connections and the chance to hear from alumni in the field. Topics will include services and support available to students and alumni and factors to consider when transitioning to a transfer institution or a career.
LET’S GO, SHARKS! Mingle with classmates while you cheer on our current team as they take on Simon's Rock.
Nicole Pacenka, Assistant Director for Housing Operations & Resident Dean.
Relax and create a painting while enjoying delicious cider and cider donuts! Includes all painting supplies and instructions! Space is limited—first come, first served.
Calling all sharks to cheer on or play at this fun co-ed basketball game in honor of Coach John Wood in the newly dedicated Coach John Wood Gymnasium. Door Prizes and LC Swag Toss!
Join the Office of Alumni Relations for this special gathering. Heavy hors d'oeuvres and cocktails will be served in the tent overlooking the quad. Enjoy reconnecting, networking, music, and more!
Join us for brunch and enjoy the opportunity to meet with your Alumni Advisory Board and old friends, plus make new ones and share your experiences with students. Bring your business cards for the lottery!
Networking Energizer Host: Patrick McKenna ’14
Fall 2023 - Online Continued Education Opportunities Open To Alumni
- Info Session on Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP)
- Presenter: Dean Tzivanis, Associate Director of Career Connections
- Thursday, September 21 at 4:30 p.m. (ET) On Microsoft Teams
- Learn about career opportunities for college students and recent graduates in the federal and private sector. Click the link here to join the info season.
- Creating a Targeted Resume
- Presenter: Natascia Pica, Career Advisor LC Career Connections
- Thursday, October 12th, 4:30 p.m. (ET) On Microsoft Teams
- Learn how to build a targeted resume in this virtual workshop effectively. Click the link here to join the workshop.
- The Educational Experiences of a Non-Speaking, Autistic Person
- Presenter: Jordyn Zimmerman, Academic Speaker
- Wednesday, November 1, 5 p.m. (ET) On Blue Jeans
- This 60-minute live-virtual presentation will discuss Jordyn's lived experience as both a student and trained educator. She will discuss how ableist beliefs contribute to low expectations, challenges with accessing higher-educational spaces, how inclusive spaces can be created, the language we use, how to show up for others in the community, and suggestions for ensuring all students experience success. Emphasis will be placed on nonspeaking/minimally speaking autistic students. Time will be allotted for questions.
- This event is sponsored by the Landmark College Center for Neurodiversity.
- Click here for the videoconference link.
- Internships 101
- Presenter: Jan Coplan, Senior Director of Employer Relations and Career Connections
- Thursday, November 9, 4:30 p.m. (ET) On Microsoft Teams
- This workshop will give an overview of how to land an internship and complete the required documents. This workshop is intended for students and alumni who are considering an internship for the Spring/Summer semester. Click here to join the workshop.
Director of Alumni Relations