Register for Homecoming and Family Weekend 2012 online by Friday, September 28 at 5 p.m. for a chance to win an iPad! Winner will be notified by Tuesday, October 2.
Visit the information center, confirm your registration, ask questions and enjoy refreshments!
Many classes are open for parents to attend. Ask your student to make arrangements with the professor in advance.
Learn about faculty and student research at the Undergraduate Honors Program open house.
Parents, students and alumni. Stop by the International Center to learn about our programs and meet with an advisor to see why the study abroad program is so popular.
Enjoy images by Michele Zousmer that capture the human spirit.
Find out about resources at the university that will help jump start a career in medicine, dentistry and more.
Take a tour and learn the history of USD’s Founders Chapel with Sr. Virginia Rodee ’57, ’74.
Tour the Church of the Immaculata, which was originally designed to serve as the main chapel of USD.
Get tips on navigating the law school admission and application process to set you up for success.
Exciting new projects are in progress that will enhance the campus including an addition to the Hahn School of Nursing and Health Science and the new Fowler Park and Cunningham Field.
Learn about career resources both on-campus and online for all students and alumni. Stop by the open house to get connected with Career Services at USD!
Outdoor Adventures will share the best places in San Diego to explore, including views, beaches and hikes.
Play a 2x2 family scramble format tournament, $35 adult/$25 student (includes cart, green fees, range balls and lunch). Check-in at course between noon and 12:30 p.m., tee off at 1 p.m. Register by Oct. 5 at (619) 260-4533.
The Student Affairs division at USD is committed to the holistic development of students by providing a learning environment that motivates students to become contributing citizens of this complex society. Carmen M. Vazquez, Vice President for Student Affairs, and Cynthia Avery, EdD, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs, discuss the role of Student Affairs in supporting student success.
Learn how students can blaze their own trail and create professional and personal opportunities.
Watch a cooking class demonstration led by one of USD’s own Culinary Institute of America-certified chefs.
We will highlight the new Conflict Resolution/Restorative Justice opportunities available to current students through Residential Life, Student Conduct and in the classroom. We will also implement a short workshop on conflict resolution tools and techniques for alumni and parents.
USD’s Information Technology will offer tips to manage your digital life and keep your data safe.
Student Wellness Services will provide guidance to assist you and your student with the transition into USD.
Current students share their experiences and recommendations to succeed academically.
Start the weekend celebration and enjoy a light spread of hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine and sangria. Cost: $15 per person.
Must be 21+ years to attend. Photo I.D. required.
Join the USD Crew teams, alumni, family and friends of USD Rowing & Athletics for a Season Kick-Off Celebration at 6pm at the Garty Pavilion located at 1220 El Carmel Place. RSVP to Kara Smith at email@example.com
Join students, parents and alumni for an outdoor gourmet buffet dinner while enjoying live music. Casual attire. Cost: $20 for adults, $10 for students/youth (12-17 yrs).
Join students at their annual fall concert featuring the band, Imagine Dragons, hosted by Associated Students.