Oct. 10-13,

Class Reunions

1969 50th Reunion
1974 45th Reunion
1979 40th Reunion
1984 35th Reunion
1989 30th Reunion
1994 25th Reunion
1999 20th Reunion
2004 15th Reunion
2009 10th Reunion
2014 5th Reunion
2015-2019 Young Alumni Reunion

Special events and gatherings

Tutt Alumni House

A house for students and alumni! Stop by to peruse old yearbooks, view old photos, and meet new people.

Tava Quad Blessing and Breakfast

Join members of the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute Tribes and the campus community for a special blessing and naming ceremony of Tava Quad (formerly Armstrong Quad). “Tava” means “Sun Mountain” and was the name used by the Ute people for Pikes Peak. The naming of the quad honors and pays respect to the Utes and all indigenous peoples of the Americas. Breakfast to follow.

Butler Center Open House

Alumni are invited to join us for a networking event facilitated by Butler Center staff and students.

Indigenous Peoples and Native American Picnic Performance

During the Homecoming picnic, performers from the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain tribes will present songs and dances in a festive exhibition of Ute culture.

Alumni of Color Reception

Join us as we gather, welcome back, and celebrate our alumni of color! Meet Director of Alumni Relations Tiffany Kelly and hear from other community members about some exciting campus updates.

LGBTQIA+ Alumni Reception

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual (LGBTQIA+) alumni and guests are welcome to attend a reception with Colorado College staff and faculty.

Edward J. Robson Arena Information Session

Join us to learn about the upcoming hockey arena on the Colorado College campus.

“The Liberal Arts Advantage: Reflections of Two Science Pioneers”

Jane Lubchenco ’69 and Marcia McNutt ’74, with Provost Alan Townsend

Mini-Blocks Tiger Talks with the Class of 1979

In true liberal arts style, alumni from the Class of 1979 will revisit the Block Plan with a Tiger Talks series of presentations delivered in a TED Talk format covering a variety of interdisciplinary subjects. Speakers include Susan Brister ’79, Ellen Burton ’79, Mike Ibarra ’79, Sue Lyon ’79, Annie Petsonk ’79, Terry Swenson ’79, and Tim Tymcovich ’79, P’10. Ed Goldstein ’79 will moderate.

“Get Together: 1969 and the Music of the ’60s”

presented by Craig Werner ’74

Craig Werner, the son of late CC Professor Ray O. Werner, taught Afro-American studies and American cultural history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison until his retirement earlier this year. A longtime member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominating committee, his books “A Change Is Gonna Come: Music, Race and the Soul of America” and “We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War” are widely recognized as authoritative works on American rock and soul.

“Instructions on Parting”

Over the course of one tumultuous year, artist and director Amy Jenkins ’88 confronts the cancer diagnoses of her mother, sister, and brother, and also welcomes her first child to life. Crafted in a unique visual style, the film weaves breathtaking vignettes of nature unfolding with cinéma vérité family footage to lead us to a bold and daring acceptance of our own mortality (on-parting.com).

Freedom and Authority

Join CC faculty members for a lively discussion of the United States Bill of Rights that will both renew our sense of the urgency of this founding document and honor the memory of Professor Emeritus of History Bill Hochman, who analyzed the Bill of Rights many times over his 54 years of teaching at CC.