Reunion Weekend 2020

Reunion Weekend 2020

Virtual Reunion Weekend Celebrations
June 12 - 14, 2020

We can't wait to celebrate your Reunion in person at a later date. Until then, join us online to commemorate Reunion Weekend with the following virtual events:

Virtual Purple Lounge
Saturday, June 13 at 8:30 p.m.

Tune-in via YouTube for the Virtual Purple Lounge to enjoy music and photos from your college years, scenes from campus, and special guest appearances. 

Enter the Lounge Here!

Reunion Mass
Sunday, June 14 at 10 a.m.

This special online Mass will feature readings by fellow alumni, and liturgical music performed in Madonna della Strada Chapel. Click here to watch the Reunion Mass

Virtual Memorial Mile

Exercise any time, in any way, between Friday, 6/12 and Sunday, 6/14, in memory of classmates, mentors, and friends who have passed away. Designate your registration fee to a memorial scholarship, or to any fund of your choice.

In Case You Missed It: Class of 1990 Virtual Reunion Video

Sign-Up for the Memorial Mile


A Message from Father Pilarz Regarding the Postponement of Reunion Weekend:

Dear Scranton Alumni,

With a heavy heart, I write to share that we will be postponing Reunion Weekend, which was scheduled to take place on campus June 12 – 14, 2020. We waited as long as possible to make this decision and did so with great concern for the health and well-being of all involved, especially our alumni and guests. We must plan to celebrate together at a later date.

For those who have been to Reunion in the past, you are familiar with the scale of this special celebration. It's more of a campus takeover, really, and we wouldn't have it any other way. As you can imagine, this unique event is more complex to reschedule than others, so we are working diligently to finalize a contingency plan that we can communicate to all of you as soon as possible. You can expect to hear more from the Office of Alumni Engagement in the coming weeks.

I know that each milestone year only comes around once in a lifetime. Whether it be your five-year reunion or your 50th, it is special and worth celebrating. I look forward to doing so when the time is right

I leave you now with words shared by Father General Arturo Sosa, S.J:

We don't know how long this stretch of the road is or what will follow after. So let us ask for light to see the way forward and the grace that
we need to work as brothers and sisters in solidarity with the whole of humanity and with the planet on which we live. May the Lord bless and keep us. We walk this journey together. Amen


May God bless and keep you, and may God bless The University of Scranton.

Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.
President

 

 

Questions about Reunion Weekend? Email alumni@scranton.edu


 

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