Thanks for joining us at Homecoming and Family Weekend 2019!
Stay tuned for more details about 2020!
Reconnect with your academic crew.
Celebrate Gordon's past, present and future.
Catch up with friends and remember the good ol’ days.
Strut your stuff in Gordon's premier 5K race.
Flood the sidelines and cheer the Fighting Scots to victory!
outdoor & family
Fun (and some educational) activities for the whole family!
A treat for your ears.
Celebrate our community and worship with David Leonard.
Cheer on classmates in a competitive weekend!
(Re)discover our scenic New England campus this fall.
10 a.m., A. J. Gordon Memorial Chapel
Join a very special 130th anniversary Convocation at that will creatively showcase the transformative contributions of Gordon students over the years, as well as share encouraging news and several reasons for great optimism about Gordon’s future. You won’t want to miss this time of celebration for the extended Gordon family!
Get your navy and white ready for home games and alumni games.
Women’s Tennis v. Springfield (Brigham Athletic Complex)
Volleyball v. Regis (Bennett Center)
Softball v. Alumni (Brigham Athletic Complex)
Alumni Swim Meet (Bennett Center)
Field Hockey v. UNE (Brigham Athletic Complex)
Baseball v. Bunker Hill Community College (J. Tec White Field)
Women's Soccer v. UNE (the quad)
Women's Tennis v. Wentworth (Brigham Athletic Complex)
Men's Soccer v. UNE (the quad)
Women’s Lacrosse v. Alumni (Brigham Athletic Complex)
Men's Lacrosse v. Alumni (Brigham Athletic Complex)
Times and locations are subject to change. Visit athletics.gordon.edu for the most up-to-date schedule.
Whether you’re an alum, faculty, staff, a student, parent or grandparent, we’ve got plenty of intentional ways to meet up with Fighting Scots, new and old.
Is 2019 a reunion year for you? Don’t forget to register for your event ➔
Gordon Golden Reunion—Classes of 1969, 1964, 1959 and 1954)
Noon, Chairman’s Room, Ken Olsen Science Center
Barrington Reunion—all graduating years!
Noon, Reunion Tent on the quad
45th Reunion—Class of 1974
5:30 p.m., Lion's Den, Lane Student Center
40th Reunion—Class of 1979
10:30 a.m., Alumni Reading Room, Jenks
35th Reunion—Class of 1984
5:30 p.m., President's Dining Room, Lane Student Center
30th Reunion—Class of 1989
5:30 p.m., Chairman’s Room, Ken Olsen Science Center
25th Reunion—Class of 1994
6 p.m., Home of Jennifer (Wolff) Jukanovich
20th Reunion—Class of 1999
7 p.m., The Castle Boardroom Café
15th Reunion—Class of 2004
7 p.m., The Rhumb Line
10th Reunion—Class of 2009
7 p.m., The Castle Boardgame Café
5th Reunion—Class of 2014
7 p.m., Atomic Café
Two of your favorite events are back again! Join in on the Intergenerational Hymn Sing at 2 p.m. and chill out with some jazz by the Coy Pond Piranhas at 5 p.m. All music events will take place in Phillips Recital Hall.
It’s no secret that profs are the cool cats on campus. Catch up with the mentors and classmates who changed your life, shaped your mind, and encouraged your goals.
Biblical Studies and Christian Ministries | At department flag outside MacDonald (lawn between MacDonald and Emery)
Rain location: MacDonald first floor BCM department suites
Communication Arts; Art; Theatre Arts | Barrington lobby
Computer Science | Ken Olsen Science Center (KOSC) 118
Economics and Business | Frost lobby
Education | Quad in front of Jenks
Rain location: Jenks Reference Room
English; Languages; Linguistics | In front of KOSC
Rain plan: Jenks Reference Room
Music | Following the Intergenerational Hymn Sing, Phillips
Political Science; Philosophy; History | In front of KOSC
Rain location: Jenks Reference Room
Psychology; Sociology; Social Work | Jenks Beauregard Mezzanine
Biology; Chemistry; Kinesiology; Recreation, Sport and Wellness; Physics; Math | In front of KOSC
Rain location: KOSC 2nd floor lounge
Make Homecoming an outing for the whole family! Inflatables, a bouncy house and face painting will be available from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. La Vida will host their famous giant swing and flying squirrel from 1 to 4 p.m. Don’t forget to hit the Rock Gym in the Bennett Center from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.!
Lace up your shoes and race for the prize in Gordon’s classic 5K Scot Trot and the annual kids' fun run.
13th Annual Kids Fun Run
8:30 a.m., sidewalk in front of MacDonald
This once-around-the-quad run (about a 1/4 mile) is free for all children ages 10 and under. T-shirts and medals will be given to all participants, and five kids will win kids' activity tracker! The Fun Run begins at 8:30 a.m. and will take only a few minutes to complete, even at a walking pace! Free and open to any children.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of your children and the size of their shirts.
13th Annual Scot Trot 5k
9 a.m., Chase Hall
The course is almost completely flat with a few small hills. The race will begin at the center of campus with a full loop around the quad. Participants will run through the Gordon woods for great views and return to the quad for the final lap. North Shore Timing will be professionally timing the course.
Free registration for all current Gordon students (no t-shirt included), and runners registering by September 18 are guaranteed a long sleeve wicking running shirt! Race fee is $20 until September 18 and $25 September 19–October 5. Sign up now!
8 p.m., A. J. Gordon Memorial Chapel
Celebrate the individuals who embody Gordon’s mission in the world, and worship with guest musician David Leonard of All Sons and Daughters. Join us on Friday, October 4 for a fun and inspiring evening in honor of our awardees. View the list of 2019 award recipients ➔
An Arkansas native and Tennessee resident, David Leonard has been playing, singing, writing and recording music since college when he and friends formed the band Jackson Waters. He later performed with NEEDTOBREATHE before recording as part of the critically acclaimed, GRAMMY Award-nominated duo All Sons and Daughters.
Tickets for the Homecoming Awards Ceremony featuring David Leonard are $5 for students, and $10 for faculty, staff and off-campus guests. Purchase tickets ➔
A fall chill whisks through the stadium as the Friday night lights burn bright. Scottie spirit fills the bleachers in anticipation of witnessing the student body’s third annual all-star flag football game.
Flags fly in the wind, faces are covered in festive paint and enthusiastic chants echo from all corners of campus. It’s the Highland Games at Gordon College. For the fifth year, students will vie for victory in a series of traditional Scottish games and events in honor of Gordon Clan heritage.
Stay tuned for details!
Food trucks from your favorite spots on the North Shore will line the quad for good eats and treats during Homecoming Weekend.
Stayed tuned for more details!