Homecoming Fall Reunion Offers Something for Everybody. How About You?
Oct. 10-12, 2014
It's our reunion!
Reunions have long been a favorite tradition at the University of New
Hampshire. There's just no place in the world better than Durham in the fall—with a bonfire and football and countless other things for the whole family to do.
Reunion is the perfect time to relive your days in Durham, catch up with
the friends who made your years at UNH some of the most memorable of
your life. The campus is yours to explore and enjoy. See how things have
changed, or not, since your last visit.
October is the time when alumni return to Durham to celebrate their 1st,
5th, 10th 25th, and 40th reunions. Reunion coincides with another
annual UNH tradition: Homecoming Weekend. Everyone's going. How about you?
Download the Granite Yearbook from 1989!
Schedule of Events
We will be adding events as the weekend approaches, so check back often! See last year's schedule
Where to Stay
are just a few minutes from campus, starting with the Holiday Inn
Express and Three Chimneys Restaurant and Inn just south of town, as well
as many others conveniently located in Dover, Hampton, Portsmouth, New
Castle, and Exeter.
Reunion is a great time for giving back, too—an opportunity to participate in the tradition of meaningful support that has done so much to enhance the education of tens of thousands of UNH students. Thanks in part to alumni generosity, the University of New Hampshire continues its longstanding commitment to excellence. If you’ve been giving to UNH over the years, thank you! We so appreciate your support. If you haven’t made a contribution recently, we hope you’ll consider one before your reunion. A gift to The UNH Fund
, which helps support students, programs, and more, is the perfect way to mark this special occasion, an opportunity to come together and make a permanent gift to future generations.
Celebrate Traditions and Create New Ones
From the Mayoralty Parade to throwing a fish on the ice at hockey games,
reunions are steeped in traditions that tie together generations of
alumni. You’ll participate in some of them and experience the history
that makes UNH unique. You can also be a part of a new tradition,
such as rubbing the nose of the wildcat sculpture.