Alumni Weekend

We are looking forward to celebrating Alumni Weekend with our L&C community. Come back home to the hill! 

Save the Date!
Alumni Weekend 2023
June 22 - 25

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Please find out about our COVID-19 policies here. We will follow the COVID-19 safety guidelines that are in place in Multnomah County during Alumni Weekend.

Please click on your class year below to find your reunion information.  If it is not your reunion year, feel free to take a look at the schedule page to find events of interest. Everyone is welcome at Alumni Weekend.

We are in the process of updating all Alumni Weekend information for 2023. Check back for more updates!

1953+ 1958+ 1963+ 1968+ 1973+ 1978+ 1983+ 1988+ 1993+ 1998+ 2003+ 2008+  2013+ 2018-2023+

 

ALBANY SOCIETY

Learn more about special events here for alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago.

FACULTY AND STAFF

Faculty and staff are welcome at Alumni Weekend events! See more information and register here.

JOIN YOUR CLASS REUNION COMMITTEE

Alumni and Parent Programs is looking for fun loving folks in reunion years to join their class reunion committee and help plan the best Alumni Weekend ever! Find more information here

CURRENT STUDENTS

Alumni and Parent Engagement is looking for fun loving and friendly first years, sophomores, and juniors who want to work as Reunion Assistants and help out at Alumni Weekend, June 22-25. Find out more here

LEWIS & CLARK BLACK ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Find out more about this newly co-convened collaboration between Black alumni and the Black Student Union. 

HOW CAN I CONTRIBUTE TO MY CLASS GIFT?

The Annual Fund Class Gift is a way for you and your classmates to give thanks for your L&C education - and help current students experience L&C like you did. Contributions of all sizes are welcome and appreciated. Click here to make your gift.

SUSTAINABILITY AND ALUMNI WEEKEND 2023

To learn about our sustainability initiatives at Lewis & Clark, please click here.


The College is your Ancestral Farm

You’ve come back to see if a few old hands
still work their fields, making hay to fill
the big barn of the library.

Remember your chores here, in sun
and rain, the mornings of mist
and the nights, long nights of labor?

On these cobblestones, you were young.
This tree sheltered you when rain came.
On this path, laughter. At this door, a kiss.

In these shadows, a great yearning:
Who will I be? At this window, a vision
and a vow: I will be true to my dreams.

So, now, with friends to this ground,
you can say, My calling called me away.
Now I circle back to who I will be.

—Kim Stafford

Kim Stafford is the founding director of Lewis & Clark’s Northwest Writing Institute and former Oregon poet laureate.