SNU Homecoming 2018

 

HOMECOMING 2018 - SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

*Prices for ticketed events are listed below.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1
7:00pm 
Jazz on the Route Concert
Cantrell Hall
Come hear the songs of Route 66 sung by the SNU Jazz Band and the University Singers.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
9:00am  and 2:00pm
Admissions Homecoming Student Visit Day
This is a GREAT time for high school students to visit SNU! Register with the Office of Admissions.
Register by Oct 26th at www.snu.edu/homecoming-visit

8:00am – Noon School of Business “Chat with the Execs"
Royce Brown Building
School of Business Alumni talk with current students about potential careers and opportunities.
 

10:00am - 5:00pm 

Homecoming Packet Pickup
Marchant Center, 2nd floor
Come by the Marchant Alumni & Welcome Center to pick up your packet.

11:00am 

Coronation of University King & Queen
Herrick Auditorium
Directed by the Student Government Association, family and friends gather to honor seniors on the Homecoming Court and to crown the University King & Queen.

Noon  
Missionary Luncheon
Bethany 1st Church of the Nazarene, Chapel in the Round
Visit with retired/furloughed missionaries and missionary kids attending SNU. This luncheon is open to all alumni and friends; reservations are required. For more info: Eileen Ruger,eruger@snu.edu
FREE - Retired Missionaries
$6 - Current & Home Assignment Missionaries
$12 - Other Guests

4:30 –  6:30pm

Student Design Show
Library Coffee Shop
Check out SNU design students art work on display and if you find something you like you can purchase it!

4:30 –  6:30pm 

Crimson Storm Block Party!
College Ave. - just north of NW 39th Expressway
You won't want to miss this GRAND OPENING for Homecoming Weekend!
Local food trucks, live music, activities for the kids - a great place to grab dinner and meet up with friends before the games!
Food Trucks include: 
- Halls Pizza Kitchen
- Flying Pig BBQ
- Big Truck Taco 
- Loaded Bowl (vegan options)

Average Food Truck meal price, $8-10

5:30 – 8:30pm 

Homecoming Packet Pickup Continues
Sawyer Center
If you are coming into town just in time for the basketball games or class reunions, come by the lobby of the Sawyer Center to pick up your Homecoming packet.

6:00pm 

SNU Women's Basketball
vs. Kansas Weslyan
Sawyer Center
$7 Adults, $5 Students, Kids 5 & Under Free  

8:00pm 

SNU Men's Basketball
vs. Sterling
Sawyer Center
$7 Adults, $5 Students, Kids 5 & Under Free
(ticket works for both basketball games)

During the games   Reunion Gatherings at the Sawyer Center
Class Gatherings, 2nd Floor, south side
 There will be reunion gatherings for the classes of 1968, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2012, 2013, and 2014! What a great place to meet up with classmates and friends to begin the weekend!

*Game admission included in packages

After the games  

Fueling Tradition: Bonfire
SNU Centennial Plaza (by the fountain)
Join the SNU student body at the annual Homecoming Bonfire.


 

 

 

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
8:00am Phi Delta Lambda/Mortar Board Breakfast
Bud Robinson Room, A.M. Hills Residential Complex
For more information, email Dr. Gwen Hackler, ghackler@snu.edu
$12 per person

 

8:00am – Noon 

 

Homecoming Packet Pickup Continues
Marchant Center, 2nd floor
Come by the Marchant Alumni & Welcome Center to pick up your packet.

8:00am

 
Homecoming 5K 
SNU Football Stadium - NW 50th and Stinchcomb Rd.
Join us for a 3.1 mile run/walk starting and finishing at the SNU Football Stadium and go home with your free 5K t-shirt
Spectators are welcome and encouraged!
Registration $25 Adults, $10 Students

9:00am

 

Class of 1993 Reunion breakfast
The home of Danny and Deanna Thomason
$5 per person

10:00am-12:00pm

Student Design Show
Library Coffee Shop
Check out SNU design students art work on display and if you find something you like you can purchase it!

11:30am

Legacy Lunch and Class of '47,'48,'49 Reunion 
Bethany First Church, Chapel in the round
For any class prior to 1968. Also, the Classes of 1947, 1948, and 1949 will celebrate their 70th reunion!
$15 per person

12:00pm

Class of 1968 Reunion Luncheon
Commons Building, Heritage Room
The Class of 1968 will celebrate 50 years!
$15 per person

12:00pm

Reunion Lunches
SNU Football Field, 50th and Stinchcomb
Classes of 1977, 1979, 1993, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2012, 2013, 2014 Enjoy a reunion tailgate in your special class section of a heated tent with a superb view of the game!
$20 per person. Includes Game admission 

12:00pm

**Updated Schedule item
Class of 1978 Reunion Lunch
On main campus, tbd
$15 per person.

12:00pm

Cross Country and Track Reunion Lunch
SNU Football Field, 50th and Stinchcomb
Celebrating 25 years of Cross Country and Track - all alums are welcome!
$22 per person. Includes Game admission

12:00pm

Football Reunion Lunch
SNU Football Field, 50th and Stinchcomb
All football alums are welcome!
$15 per former player, $22 per guest. Includes Game admission

12:30pm

Catalyst Luncheon: Honoring the legacy of Dr. Sharon Young 
Beaver Science Room 109
All science and math alumni are welcome to attend; please RSVP to Alex White aknight@mail.snu.edu 
Suggested donation $12


1:00pm

 

SNU Crimson Storm Football game
vs. Southwestern Oklahoma State
SNU Football field, 50th and Stinchcomb
$7 Adults, $5 Students, Kids 5 & Under Free


7:00pm 

 

Main Event: The Zach Sutton Experience featuring Dr. Mark Reighard
Herrick Auditorium
Fun for the entire family!  Join the SNU community as alum Zach Sutton ('17) and his band perform with a special appearance by emeritus faculty Dr. Mark Reighard.  Outstanding Alumni Awards will be presented this evening as well. 
$12 Adults, $7 Kids age 6-12 , Kids 5 & Under Free

After the Main Event

Reception for Outstanding Alumni Awardees, Zach Sutton Band, Dr. Mark Reighard
Coffee Shop
Chat with the awardees and entertainers of the evening over coffee and desserts
Free!

Our Nazarene Heritage

Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university - a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre campus just west of Oklahoma City, SNU grew out of several small colleges committed to training people for service to God and their fellow man. More than 32,000 alumni work and serve throughout the United States and the world.
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