As we plan for the upcoming academic year, creating a safe and healthy environment for our students, faculty, and staff is paramount. While the State of California and Los Angeles County have moved toward a reopening of social and business activity, we continue to follow scientific guidance that shows we must stay vigilant and take needed precautions related to COVID-19. After 15 months of being off-campus, we are focused on returning to on-campus instruction and creating a sense of campus life for our students. This will be a huge endeavor. With this in mind, we have determined that we cannot host in-person, on-campus events for Homecoming weekend.
While we wish we could celebrate with you on our beautiful campus, we look forward to bringing our alumni community together in new ways and connecting you to your classmates. With your help, we will use the next few months to plan a fun and meaningful Homecoming event.
Here are some steps you can take in advance:
Saturday, October 16.
Stay tuned for more details and invitations to our Poet Uptown Experience!
Update your email address and follow the Whittier College Alumni Facebook and Instagram pages to receive announcements, updates, newsletters, and event invites.
We’re looking for alumni from the classes ending in 1s and 6s to serve on your reunion committees to help connect your classmates and reimagine the reunion experience. We’re eager to hear your ideas! If you’re interested in joining your reunion committee, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In trying times like these, it’s more important than ever to safeguard the College we love and to celebrate the community that makes Whittier so special.
Be well and be safe,
Linda Oubré, Ed.D., MBA
President and Professor of Business Administration
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