To view all Allegheny campus events available to the public, including athletics, performing arts, and lectures, please visit Allegheny’s Events Calendar.
Allegheny in Your Region: Upcoming Events
|Pittsburgh, PA||Join us for a holiday happy hour!
Deck the halls with blue and gold! Come hang out with your fellow Gators for a holiday celebration at Pins Mechanical Co. (407 Cinema Dr. Pittsburgh, PA 15203) on Wednesday, December 13th from 5:30pm until whenever the party ends. The Pittsburgh Alumni Chapter will provide food, but your bar tab is on you. Pins has many fun games to play that you are welcome to take part in. Bring your friends, family, and significant others and celebrate the season Allegheny style!
Please note that Pins does not allow anyone under 21 after 9pm, so if you bring your little (or not so little) ones, plan accordingly.
Please click here to let us know you’re coming!
|Tampa, FL||Allegheny College Gathering in Tampa
You’re invited to join fellow alumni and parents at an upcoming special reception in your area. We look forward to socializing and celebrating Allegheny.
Monday, January 22, 2024 | 6-8 pm
Please click here to register by January 15.
|Washington, DC||Save the Date
Chesapeake-Potomac Area Alumni Chapter Annual Post-Holiday Gathering
Saturday, January 27, 2024 | 4-6 pm
Registration information coming soon!
Allegheny At Home: Virtual Events
|Kelly Mack Boulton ’02 and Kurt Hatcher ’07
Friday, November 17, 2023
12 pm Eastern
|Sustainability in Action: Allegheny Leading the Way
Allegheny is proud to be the first college in Pennsylvania — and 8th in the nation — to achieve carbon neutrality and of its long history and reputation as a leader and innovator in the areas of sustainability and environmental science education.
Join Kelly Mack Boulton ’02, Director of Sustainability, and Kurt Hatcher ’07, Sustainability Coordinator, as they highlight some of the work Allegheny has done to advance sustainability on its campus. They will highlight ways the College uses the Carr Hall Garden, founded in 2013, to establish partnerships across campus and in the Meadville community, teach students valuable skills, facilitate programming and draw in non-Environmental Science majors to learn about sustainability through different entry points. There will be time available for Q&A as well.