Arkansas Alumni Association Announces Homecoming Week 2017

The Arkansas Alumni Association is pleased to announce Homecoming Week 2017 will be Oct. 30 through Nov. 4.

Highlights of the week include the Class of 2016 Senior Walk Dedication, where graduates can return and view their name on Senior Walk, and the Homecoming Parade on Dickson Street before Friday night's pep rally. Festivities will conclude with the Arkansas Razorbacks football game against Coastal Carolina on Nov. 4.

"We want this to be an opportunity for students, alumni and friends to come back together and celebrate what makes our university special," says Ryan Miller, associate director of students and young alumni.

The Student Alumni Association will announce this year's Homecoming theme later this spring, as well as a detailed schedule of events.

For more information and to review last year's results, please visit homecoming.uark.edu.

Contacts

Ryan Miller, associate director of student and young alumni
Alumni Association
479-575-3510, romille@uark.edu


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