Golden Grad Questions

Golden Grad Questions

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  • What is a Golden Grad?

    Anyone who has celebrated their 50th reunion and beyond.

  • Where can I park?

    On Friday, Golden Grads are encouraged to park in lot WW. Check in for the Golden Grad events will be held in the new Martin Commons Lobby, which is located in the Eisenhower Campus Center next to the Lottie Nelson Dining Hall. Golden Grads with a need for handicap parking may use the visitor parking lot (VV).

    On Saturday, parking is open across campus (including Starry Athletic Field).  No parking pass is required. Due to construction on campus; however, optimal parking spaces will be limited. Guests are encouraged to park in lots WW, H, Rec Field #2 and the Pit.  Once you arrive, please check in at registration in the Eisenhower Campus Center.  You will be able to pick-up or purchase tickets, ask questions, and receive your nametag and schedule.

  • Is there a cost to attend?

    The Golden Grad Luncheon, held from 11:30am – 1:30 p.m. on Friday, October 20, is $10 per person for our Golden Grads.  For those celebrating their 50th reunion (Class of 1967), the event cost is covered completely by the Heritage Society

  • Do I need to register in advance?

    Yes, registration is strongly encouraged for all events on Friday, Oct. 20 and is required for the Golden Grad Luncheon

  • How do I register?

    You may register online (link to online registration), through the Golden Grad registration mailer you received, or over the phone (call 717.796.5252)

  • Can I attend Homecoming events on Saturday?

    Absolutely!  We have a program designed specifically for our Golden Grads on Friday; however, we would love to see you back on campus again on Saturday!

  • What if I am not celebrating a reunion this year?

    We invite Golden Grads who are not from the Class of 1967 to Celebrate Homecoming weekend with two special events:

    • Golden Grad Luncheon: From 11:30am – 1:30 p.m., we invite you to attend the Golden Grad Luncheon, which is sponsored, in part, by the Heritage Society and is open to all Golden Grads, including our newest members, the Class of ’67, who will receive an honorary Golden Grad pin.

     

    • Golden Grad Social: Following the Golden Grad Luncheon, join us for a time of learning and engagement by attending our Lecture Series.  This year’s focus will be on the Collaboratory for Strategic Partnerships and Applied Research.  The Collaboratory is a center for service, scholarship, and project-based learning at Messiah College that enables participants to apply academic knowledge and live out their Christian faith through imaginative, hands-on problem solving with non-profit organizations, governments, and business partners in our region and around the world.
  • Am I required to attend each event?

    No; registration is à la carte so you are welcome to come and go as you please.

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