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Fall at Emory

Homecoming and Reunion Weekend returns to the Quad once again on October 20-23 with top-notch, local food trucks and three stages for a jam-packed musical experience! As you take in the food and musical festival, the whole family will have fun with kid-friendly festivities like the rollicking campus parade. Parent of a current student? Prepare for Family Weekend, which will include an art and architecture tour, an exclusive town hall with Emory President Greg Fenves, a bag full of swag, and so much more!

Did you graduate in 1992, 1997, 2002, 2012, or 2017? If so, come to your class reunion this year during Homecoming! Other reunion activities will be ongoing throughout Homecoming weekend— check the schedule to get involved.

 

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Can’t make it to Homecoming? There are ample opportunities to get back on campus, connect with your community, and network with other alums this fall. From volunteering during Emory Cares to lending your expertise in support of students, you can explore all that fall at Emory has to offer.

More than a meal

Open a table for Emory stories, advice, and true connection when you host a Dinner with 12 Strangers. We’ll supply the guests— students excited to meet you and each other. Hosting is easy with optional conversation starters, an FAQ , and more. We are seeking Atlanta alumni, faculty, and staff dinner hosts. Register by September 16 to host a November 2022 dinner or by January 12 to host a February 2023 dinner.

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Together, we do more

Emory Cares brings to life the university’s mission to serve humanity. Every year members of the Emory community work together to build thriving, resilient, and caring communities. Students, alumni, faculty, staff, family, and friends can take part in this tradition regardless of location. November 12 is Emory Cares Day! Participant registration opens on September 15. Want to lead your own project? Submit it now!

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Lace up for the Winship 5K

The annual Winship 5K run/walk (in-person or virtual) is a family-friendly event on October 1 that benefits cancer research at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University. Help us reach our goal of raising $1 million to support innovative cancer research. Every step makes a difference!

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Wonderful Wednesdays Welcome to the City

This fall, Wonderful Wednesdays are about welcoming the class of 2022 to their new hometown and discovering ways to get involved with your community. Help acquaint our newest alumni family members with your city!

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Support students

Looking for even more ways you can support Emory students? Choose from a list of opportunities like offering career guidance to interviewing a prospective student.

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More events

Be sure to check out other activities in your region, from professional development workshops to network socials to conversations with Emory thought leaders.

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