2021 Emory Homecoming
 

One Registration. All of Homecoming.

October 21-23, 2021

Emory is transforming the future—and it started with you. 

Homecoming is your opportunity to get back to the place where moments are made and inspiration is sparked. Emory invites you to Homecoming 2021, and we’re back on campus this year. Reconnect with friends and make new ones. Roam the quad once more and discover fun for everyone (did we mention beer tents and food trucks?). Grab your spot to jam out to musical acts—with headliner Black Pumas, a Grammy-nominated act described as "Wu-Tang Clan meets James Brown" and special guest Lennon Stella who has a stellar synth-pop sound, as well as Yacht Rock Schooner with their smooth 70s and 80s rock. Want to see what we're planning? Visit together.emory.edu/homecoming, and view the Festival Map.

And because the future started with you, who better than you to help envision 2O36? Homecoming 2021 kicks off Emory’s movement to rethink and reshape the future. With an eye on Emory’s bicentennial, 2O36 inspires investment in people for the benefit of people, bringing the Emory community together to build on our mission to serve humanity through knowledge. You’ll learn about the inspiring work of brilliant faculty and bright students; experience a multi-sensory live podcast; and even share your own hopes for our future.

Registration is open to all alumni, friends of Emory, faculty, staff, students, and their families.

Register today, tell your friends, and get ready to enjoy an Emory Homecoming like no other!


PARKING

Parking decks are located on the perimeter of the campus. Peavine Parking Deck on Eagle Row provides the greatest availability of parking spaces. All parking decks (with the exception of Lowergate East and Lowergate West) will be open and free of charge Saturday. 

SHUTTLE

A shuttle will run from Peavine Parking Deck to the Quadrangle on Friday from 6:45pm to 10:30pm, and on Saturday from Noon to 6pm.

The 50th year reunion and Golden Alumni Brunch have been postponed to February. Please contact Emily Swan, emily.swan@emory.edu with any questions. 

Events will adhere to the health and safety guidelines set forth by the Emory University COVID-19 Event and Gathering Policy, local government officials, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for in-person gatherings. By attending the event, guests should acknowledge and be fully aware of the inherent risks and hazards associated with participating and interacting with other individuals during the global COVID-19 pandemic, and that participation is their choice. The risks include being exposed to and contracting COVID-19, under circumstances where government and health officials have urged people to practice social distancing and the use of masks where mandated.