Activity Reunions

Were you involved in a campus club, group, or activity during your time at Seattle Pacific? Reconnect at your reunion and enjoy reminiscing about your activities and accomplishments.

Register online, it's easy!

Step 1: Select the "Register for Homecoming and Family Weekend" button below
Step 2: Select your affiliation with SPU
Step 3: Select "2019 Homecoming Activity Reunions"
Step 4: Select your activity reunion

And don't forget to register for other fun reunion activities and events!

Saturday, February 2

12 p.m.

Centurions Reunion and 60th Anniversary Celebration

Reunite with Centurions, past and present, on this milestone year! Enjoy a noon "brunch" (bacon included) and find out what's new, meet current students, and gain a lifelong friend or mentor with this group of men devoted to Christian community and service.

RSVP required | $20 / person

Student Union Building, Gazebo Room
1–3 p.m.


SPU former baseball players invite you to enjoy lunch and renew friendships, reminisce, honor coaches, share stories, and swap contact information. Hosted by Gordy Hansen '69.

Otto Miller Hall, Room 225
1–3 p.m.

Falconettes Tea

The Falconettes is the oldest club on campus and you are one of many dedicated women across the years who have collectively organized everything from short-term projects, such as May Day flower deliveries, to long-term ministries, such as women's worship nights. Come to the Falconettes Tea this year and meet generations of women in this unique club at Seattle Pacific University.

First Free Method Church, Fine Center
1–3 p.m.


If you graduated in 1969 or before, you're part of the Seattle Pacific's Founders Circle! Come join your fellow Founders alumni at a special reunion during Homecoming and Family Weekend.

Student Union Building, Collegium
1–3 p.m.

Multi-ethnic Programs

Join us for an informal reception and meet alumni and professors, and hear what's new with the program.

Weter Hall, 201
1–3 p.m.

University Scholars

Reunite with Uscholars, past and present! Find out what's new, learn how current scholars are living out their faith within the academic environment, and reconnect with UScholar alumni.

Eaton Hall, Lobby