Welcome Westmont Alumni!


Upcoming Alumni Events:

Homecoming

Forward: The momentum of your alma mater and our individual lives.

Reunion year or not, join us Oct. 14-16, 2016, 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.

See the Homecoming Schedule Here

Register Here

Homecoming

 

We’re changing it up a bit this year and moving forward with some new activities:

  • Class reunions on Friday night
  • All-alumni event on Saturday night
  • 40th anniversary celebration of Potter’s Clay on Sunday morning
  • View progress on the new Global Leadership Center and Residence Hall
  • Special workshop for Westmont boomers


ARE YOU INTERESTED IN PLANNING YOUR CLASS REUNION?

If so, please contact Lorinda Dry at ldry@westmont.edu for more information!


jobshadow

 

The offices of Career Development and Calling and Alumni and Parent Relations are launching a pilot job-shadowing program, May Work-A-Day.

We've teamed up to help students gain experience, enhance their job readiness and discover the many facets of work. We also hope to engage alumni willing to bring students into their workplace.

This is open to all cities as we have students & alumni all over the country (and world)! Learn more about how you as an alumni can connect with our current students here.


Alumni News

Diverse Class of 2020 Arrives at Westmont

Diverse Class of 2020 Arrives at WestmontOrientation begins Thursday, Aug. 25, for 348 first-year students and 54 new transfer students representing 17 countries outside of the United States. The first day of classes for all Westmont students is Monday, Aug. 29. New students, including 24 international, missionary or third-culture students, come from Argentina, Australia, China, Costa Rica, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Italy [more]

No Threat to Westmont from Rey Fire

No Threat to Westmont from Rey FireAbout 1,400 firefighters continue to make significant progress containing the Rey Fire, which is burning north and east, away from Santa Barbara and Westmont on the backside of the Santa Ynez Mountain Range. The backcountry fire poses no danger to any structures, but the visible smoke will drop ash along the Santa Barbara coast for [more]

Donors Fund $1M Chemistry Research Grant

Donors Fund $1M Chemistry Research GrantWestmont raised $500,000 of matching funds to complete a challenge grant from the John Stauffer Charitable Trust, endowing the chemistry department’s summer research program. Income from the $1 million endowment will provide a fellowship stipend each year for eight to 10 students to work with chemistry faculty members doing full-time research during the summer [more]

Summertime Stargazing at the ‘Mont

Summertime Stargazing at the ‘MontMars and Saturn will be the star attractions at a free, public viewing of the stars on Friday, Aug. 19, beginning at 8 p.m. and lasting several hours at the Westmont Observatory. Despite a near-full moon, Westmont’s Keck Telescope, one of the most powerful on California’s Central Coast, will zoom in on the planets, which [more]

Bradford Joins Career Development Office

Bradford Joins Career Development OfficePaul Bradford, who directs the Career Development and Calling office, sees his work like that of his old Craftsman toolbox. He says there are some tools in the box that he hasn’t used in years and others he uses with great regularity. Some tools are designed for one specific task, while others can be used [more]

Spontaneous Show Offers ‘Women Sculptors’

Spontaneous Show Offers ‘Women Sculptors’Inspired by the opening exhibition at downtown Los Angeles’ new Hauser Wirth & Schimmel art complex, The Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum of Art unveils a surprise exhibition, “Women Sculptors,” before the museum’s official fall opening. “Women Sculptors,” which includes selections from the museum’s permanent collection, features a wide variety of sculpture and prints by 16 prominent [more]

Student’s Business Plan is the Bee’s Knees

Student’s Business Plan is the Bee’s KneesFour Westmont students are abuzz about the business project they hope will empower women and children in the developing world through sustainable beekeeping. Beecause Uganda, created by Jakob Colombo, Charlotte Cheek, Mikaela Harn and Timmy Rizk, won the Westmont’s 27th business plan competition. This annual event encourages entries that could solve some of the deepest [more]

Westmont Completes $153 Million Campaign

Westmont Completes $153 Million CampaignWestmont joyfully announces completion of Strength for Today, a comprehensive drive that funds initiatives and facilities advancing leadership, affordability and innovation. Originally set at $75 million, the campaign has raised more than $153 million. President Gayle D. Beebe led the drive, the largest in college history. As he begins his 10th year at Westmont, Beebe has achieved significant success in fundraising, strategic planning, building a strong board and effective executive team, creating new off-campus study opportunities and establishing innovative programs that expand Westmont’s reach and influence. [more]