• Beer Garden
  • Carnival on the Quad photo
  • Carnival on the Quad photo
  • Carnival on the Quad photo
  • Zero Year Reunion
  • Homecoming Football photo
  • Homecoming Football photo
  • Roaming

We have had all the fun! 

Check out the highlights video and photo gallery and tell us about your visit by filling out a brief survey.

Homecoming & Family Weekend 2019 on September 27-29 was a Juniata kind of weekend.

The Quad was the hub of activity with children and others young-at-heart enjoying the inflatable games, pottery painting, balloon artists, and other activities. The Marketplace showcased merchandise by Juniata alumni, student clubs, and local businesses. Additional highlights included reunions for the Classes of 1999, 2004, 2009, 2014, and a Zero Year Reunion for the newest alumni, the Class of 2019. We also celebrated our history with a special photo of Juniata legacy families.

President Troha and other members of the Senior Leadership Team shared exciting campus news during the Forum on the Future, and many guests enjoyed the lively Beer Garden sponsored by alumni Chris Lampe ’94 and Zane Miller ’09 of Weyerbacher Brewing Company, Matt Dunn ’01 of Southern Tier Brewing Company, Heidi Kratzer John ’97 of Rusty Rail Brewing Company, and Tim Gill ’08 of Wissahickon Brewing Company. Several of the Juniata Eagles athletic teams competed, and academic departments hosted a variety of activities including alumni career panels and open houses.

Special thanks to all of the volunteers and staff who gave their time to make Homecoming & Family Weekend memorable!

We hope you will join us for Homecoming & Family Weekend 2020 on October 2-4, 2020. Special reunions will be held for the classes of 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, and 2020. If your reunion is approaching and you would like to work with your classmates to make it extra special, please contact Katie (Padamonsky) Dickey '97 at (814) 641-3447 or dickeyk@juniata.edu.

To learn more about other upcoming Juniata events, visit the Calendar of Events.

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