Join your fellow alumni and friends for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering's 11th Annual Alumni and Friends Golf Outing. There will be raffle tickets for great prizes, plus a bagel and coffee station in the morning and then lunch—all included! All proceeds benefit our Student Academic Achievement Awards. Registration opens at 7:30 a.m. with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start.
$50 per golfer if a UD alumnus/a from Classes of 2015–19; $100 per golfer if a UD alumnus/a from Classes of 2014 and prior and friends; $300 Lunch Sponsor (one available); $300 Cart Sponsor (25 available); $300 Range Sponsor (one available); $100 Hole Sponsor (18 available).
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Kick off Alumni Weekend where your University of Delaware journey began! All alumni and former student employees are welcome to start the weekend with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Share your favorite admissions stories, reunite and connect with the staff or just stop in to say hello. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
Come join the faculty and staff for a family-friendly Mechanical Engineering cookout on the front lawn of Spencer Lab. We'll have plenty of food and drinks along with classic lawn games for all to enjoy. We can’t wait to see you and hear about what’s happened since you left UD.
Come back to campus and the Deer Park Tavern to reconnect with former student-athletes, coaches and teammates during Alumni Weekend! Student-athlete alumni are welcome to bring a guest. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided. The event is free; however pre-registration is required. We are grateful to Bob and Sandy Ashby, owners of the Deer Park Tavern, for once again generously co-sponsoring this reception this year.
Honors Program alumni are invited to a reception to reconnect with fellow Blue Hens, along with Honors faculty and staff before heading over to Dela-bration. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and two drinks are included for Honors alumni who register. Cash bar also available. Must be age 21+ to attend.
The Collegiate Recovery Community (CRC) at the University of Delaware began in 2014 and serves students who identify as being persons in long-term recovery as well as students who have close friends or family in recovery. Join us for coffee and breakfast to meet other alumni in recovery as well as current student members of the CRC. If you have any questions about the Collegiate Recovery Community at UD, email Jessica Estok at Jestok@udel.edu or call 302-831-3457.
UD Student Alumni/Spirit Ambassadors are invited to meet at Klondike Kate’s to celebrate their time as representatives of the student body and reconnect with former and current members. Learn about what the group is doing today and share your stories of the past. $10 per person includes brunch and drink tickets.
Keep the party going on Saturday morning with your favorite Jewish alumni! Join us for schmoozing, bloody marys and mimosas, as well as bagels and schmear! Feel free to call our office at 302-453-0479 if you have questions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any dietary restrictions or food allergies.
Please join us for a reunion weekend luncheon hosted by the University of Delaware Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry Board of Directors and Student Officer Board. Share stories of our past and help shape what we hope to be our future. All Wesley alumni, families and friends of the Foundation are welcome. For more information, please email Brooke at email@example.com.
Did you participate in the Alternative Breaks (UDaB) service project program while you were a student at UD? Then register for the 2nd Annual UDaB Alumni Reunion to reminisce about your experience and share where you are now and how you've engaged service and community in your life after UD. Lunch (and great conversations) will be provided. Peace, Love, UDaB!
A makerspace is a collaborative work space for making, learning, exploring and sharing. It houses a variety of maker equipment, including 3D printers, laser cutters and CNC machines. Access to this environment rapidly transitions ideas and concepts to reality. Participants will engage in 3D printing, laser cutting and robotics demonstrations. All participants over the age of 10 will make a “scrappy circuit.” $5 per participant; friends and family are welcome to observe for free.