Events

To view all Allegheny campus events available to the public, including athletics, performing arts, and lectures, please visit Allegheny’s Events Calendar.

View information about upcoming events in your region.
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Allegheny in Your Region: Upcoming Events

Detroit, MI Allegheny College Gathering in Detroit

Join fellow alumni at an upcoming special reception in Detroit. We look forward to socializing and celebrating Allegheny.

Wednesday, May 29, 2024 | 6-8 pm
Detroit Athletic Club
7th floor looking out over downtown Detroit
241 Madison St.
Detroit, MI 48226

Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be provided.

Please note the Detroit Athletic Club has required dress code which includes: 

  • No Denim of any style or color allowed at any time within the clubhouse.
  • Business casual attire is allowed within the Club and is defined as collared shirts and tailored slacks. Business casual is allowed in all areas of the Club.

Please click here to register by May 17

Special thanks to our generous event sponsors Curt ’84 and Mary Lou Eaton ’85 Cramer!

Meadville, PA Reunion Weekend 2024

Save the date for Reunion Weekend May 30 – June 2, 2024.

Click here to register by May 17.

We can’t wait to welcome you back to campus for a weekend filled with fun and celebration!

Meadville, PA Blue & Gold Weekend 2024

Please save the date and join us for Allegheny’s Blue & Gold Weekend: A Homecoming and Family Celebration on Friday, September 20 – Sunday, September 22, 2024.

The weekend includes events for students, alumni, families, and friends. We look forward to seeing you!

Photo Highlights Click here to view photos from past events!

Allegheny At Home: Virtual Events

Kelly Mack Boulton ’02 and Kurt Hatcher ’07
Webinar
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.

Click here to view the recording of this virtual event.