Reunion year or not, join us Oct. 13-15, 2017, and connect with your alma mater and each other. Enjoy a long weekend on your campus and in beautiful Santa Barbara. Celebrate the strong foundation laid during your student years and witness how Westmont is moving forward.
The millennials seek their first calling and purpose in life, and those who’ve entered the last third ask many of the same questions as they search for meaning in their retirement years. Boomer alums (those born between 1946 and 1964) are invited to attend Third Calling, a special workshop with Richard Bergstrom ’72 and Leona Anderson Bergstrom ’73. Based on their book, “Third Calling: What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?” this fun, interactive seminar will help you find purpose and passion in your life, clarify your calling and what God wants you to be and do in this season, explain what it means to live a legacy, and assist you in finding your voice and overcoming cultural stereotypes about retirement. The $20 cost includes a signed copy of the book.
Location: Clark A Lounge
Find professors from your past and meet new faculty in your major and other fields of study. Gather with alumni and faculty to reminisce and reconnect. Learn more about professors’ passions as teachers and scholars. Enjoy light refreshments.
Location: Lower Magnolia Lawn
Gather with your classmates and other reunion class members as President Gayle D. Beebe speaks and honors our Alumnus and Young Alumnus of the Year and presents the Global Service Award. This event typically sells out every year, so purchase your tickets early. The cost is $30* and an RSVP is required.
Location: Magnolia Lawn next to Voskuyl Library
Witness Westmont’s Third Annual Homecoming Golf Cart Parade. Students decorate a fleet of golf carts and cruise up and down the main road during the break between soccer games. President Beebe will serve as Grand Marshall. Grab some FREE ice cream and a good spot to watch the fun. The short parade will start between 2:15-2:30 p.m. Ice cream will be available from 2-2:30 p.m. Enjoy the fun and cheer for your favorites! Location: The main road from the bottom of the track around Thorrington Field up to the parking lot above Carr Field. Note that this portion of the road will be closed for about an hour to all but official and emergency traffic.
Whether you attended Potter’s Clay or not, we invite you to celebrate what the Lord has accomplished through Potter’s Clay in the past 40 years in the lives of the people of Ensenada and Westmont students, staff and alumni. We’ll recall Potter’s Clay with its founders and hear from team leaders through the decades. Student leaders will also talk about Potter’s Clay today. We’ll share photos and videos and provide an opportunity to celebrate and worship together.
Location: Page Multipurpose Room