Save the date for Oct. 7-9, 2022. We can’t wait to welcome alumni, parents, and families back to the CC campus! The Office of Alumni and Family Relations is planning a full slate of in-person events. You’ll have the chance to reconnect with alumni, parents, families, and current students through social events, networking opportunities, faculty experiences, art exhibitions, athletic competitions, and more. Parents and families, this is the perfect opportunity to experience CC, get to know your students’ friends and roommates, enjoy the campus, and explore the Colorado Springs community where your students live. Registration details and more information will be shared this summer, so stay tuned to your email and visit coloradocollege.edu/homecoming for the latest updates.
Down to the Details: Reunion Volunteer Weekend
Planning for class reunions begins each year at Reunion Volunteer Weekend. Reunion committee members gather to outline the details of reunion festivities, develop outreach strategies to engage fellow alumni, and choose the designation for their reunion class gift. It’s a sort of “mini reunion” that’s important not only for planning logistics, but also for building enthusiasm for Homecoming and class giving. This year’s planning weekend took place March 11-12 on the CC campus. If your class is celebrating a reunion this year, you’ll be hearing from your reunion committee soon — and if you’re interested in serving on a future class reunion committee, contact the Office of Alumni and Family Relations at email@example.com or (719) 389-6777.
“Even though the committee can sometimes be a lot of work, I think it’s really fun and cool to be part of something that’s meaningful to everyone in the class, and meaningful to the next generations of CC students. With the uncertain times that have come to us lately, it’s reassuring to remember that you are part of a community — that it hasn’t ended just because you graduated, but it continues for as long as you want to be involved. It’s really comforting to remember that you are a part of something bigger and to connect with the community that gave you so much. Now, you can give back to that community while also reconnecting with old friends. That can be, in a way, almost healing.”
— Sophie Ramirez ’17, 5th Reunion Committee Chair
Unless noted, each class will celebrate a stand-alone reunion.
1961, 1962, and 1963
60th Reunion (combined)
1981 and 1982
Young Alumni Reunion
Planning to attend your class reunion in 2022?