The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations works with campus partners and volunteers to offer numerous events and activities. These will not only keep you connected to Harvey Mudd College, but will also allow you to foster relationships with fellow alumni, faculty, staff and students.
Networking and fun await you on campus at HMC's Alumni Weekend. Events and activities will please the earliest grads and most recent alumni alike. Five-year class reunions are celebrated during the weekend, but all alumni are invited to come back to reconnect with old friends and catch up with those you wish you'd known better.
Stay connected with your fellow Mudders, even if campus is far away. Look for regional events in or near your local area featuring faculty and staff on the road, fellow alumni in interesting places, and opportunities to connect with parents and current students. In order to be notified about events in your area, you must have your current geographical and email addresses on file. Update your information today.
The Office of Alumni and Parent Relations offers unique travel opportunities that allow participants to explore and learn together. Trips are led by HMC faculty and other qualified guides, and range from family-style camping excursions to international voyages that reach the far corners of the globe.
For further information, contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at email@example.com.
Annenberg Leadership and Management Speaker Series
This speaker series, supported by The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Fund for Leadership Development and sponsored by the Office of College Advancement, engages the Harvey Mudd College community in important thought and discussion about the role of leadership in the world. Events take place on campus, and RSVPs are required as space is limited.
Dr. Bruce J. Nelson '74 Speaker Series
The Bruce J. Nelson Distinguished Speaker Series has been made possible through the generosity of the family of Bruce J. Nelson '74. Nelson was a brilliant technologist and leader, who developed the Remote Procedure Call and who, at the time of his death, was the chief science officer at Cisco Systems. The speaker series addresses global technical issues and their social, economic and political challenges. Lectures are held on campus in Galileo Hall, and are free and open to the public.