Emporia State University was abuzz with activity, alumni, friends and positive vibes during the nearly weeklong celebration of Homecoming 2022.
An Emporia State alum retired from a successful career with AMC Theatres returns to his alma mater to present the Sam E. and Jeannene Hayes Lecture on Thursday, Oct. 27.
For the first time since 2019, Emporia State’s Homecoming celebration brings back live theatre, a gala banquet and other in-person events planned by both ESU Alumni and the student Homecoming committee.
The ESU Alumni Association’s University Service Citation Award recognizes alumni and friends of the University who have made unique and significant contributions to the University, its students and staff members.
Timing is everything when it comes to ESU’s 2022 Homecoming shirt design.
One of Emporia State’s largest and most loyal family of alums will be honored on Saturday, Sept. 17 during halftime of the Hornets’ game against Missouri Western in Welch Stadium.
Veteran’s Day 2021 will be celebrated on the Emporia State University campus on Saturday, Nov. 6, with two special events — the annual Veterans Celebration followed by the dedication of a new Student Veteran Center on campus.
As Emporia State alumni return to campus for in-person celebrations, the university welcomes the Emporia community to also enjoy the special events. Homecoming 2021 begins Thursday, Oct. 21 and concludes with a matinee of the musical on Sunday, Oct. 24. In between these dates will be a celebration with a live concert, food trucks and a special announcement about Together, Forward, The Campaign for Emporia State.
Two graduate students at Emporia State University have additional scholarship dollars after sharing how the university has changed their lives.
Emporia State University will mark 158 years of educational excellence with its annual Founders’ Day celebration.