Thursday, February 7, 2019

6 p.m.

‘50s and ‘60s Decade Pre-game Dinner

All students from the classes and years of 1957–1969 are invited to start Homecoming weekend early with complimentary dinner and a Chaps basketball game at the Rip Griffin Center. RSVP required.
Rip Griffin Center

6:30-8:30 p.m.

Annual Nursing Reunion

This annual event featuring heavy hors-d'oeuvres and live music is open to all nursing alumni. Business formal attire requested. RSVP required.
Margaret Talkington Center for Nursing Education Rotunda

7 p.m.

Men's Basketball vs. St. Mary's University

Rip Griffin Center

Friday, February 8, 2019

8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Wisdom of the Ages Exhibit

An impressive collection of forty-five original books, documents, and manuscripts that date back to the 14th through 19th centuries are available for viewing during library hours.
University Library

8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Alumni Art Exhibit

Featuring works from Cliff Wilke (’11) on display from Dec. 14, 2018 – Feb. 15, 2019
Pioneer Gallery in the University Library

8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

ChapStore Open

25% discount on one LCU item per purchase. Diploma frames and some specialty items excluded.
ChapStore, SUB

9 a.m.-7 p.m.

Alumni Art Exhibit

Featuring works from distinguished alumni artists, Bob Privitt (’59) and Kathy Brimberry (’68), whose works are on display from February 4 to March 8.
Diana Ling Center for Academic Achievement Gallery

10-10:30 p.m.

Coronation of 2019 King, Queen, and Homecoming Court

McDonald Moody Auditorium

10 a.m.-2 p.m.

LCU Associates Gift Shoppe

The LCU Associates has stocked the gift shop with items made by talented alumni artisans, including but not limited to skin products by Laurie (Hood ’88) and Danny Davis (’75), themed t-shirts by April (Bearden '07) and Seth Holsey (’06), Martian Beard Oil by Thomas Kennedy (’09), epoxy designed insulated cups by Julie (Wyatt ’04) Bell, Telecote soaps by Sarah (Perkins) Roberson, beautiful hand-painted, lettered signs by Kaylie (Nutt ’14) Hooten and Whitley (Gillit ’12) Nutt, of NuttHouse Desings, and feather leather earrings by Jackie (Carlisle ’93) Zahn, beaded earrings by Allison (Layton ’09) Maxwell, piano CDs by Dr. Ruth Holmes (faculty ’75 – ’12), and so much more. The store inventory also includes Associates cookbooks and monogrammed aprons. Funds raised in the Associates Gift Shop help provide funding in support of LCU.
Gift Shoppe next to the Arnett House

11:30 a.m.-1:15 p.m.

Alumni Awards Banquet

Celebration luncheon to recognize 2019 awardees: Distinguished Alumnus of the Year - Brett (’88) & Sherry Cate (’92); Young Alumnus of the Year - Chad (’08) & Jaime (’15) Wheeler; F. W. Mattox Award - Randy Sellers (’73, awarded posthumously), K. C. Moser Award - Randy (’77) & Janice Schow (’77); Gary & Pat Estep Award – Charles Maupin, D.D.S ('03).
Baker Conference Center

4 p.m.

Annual Queen's Tea

Queens and Courts from years ending in ‘4’ and ‘9’ are invited. Call 806.720.7218 to RSVP.
Home of First Lady Lucy Perrin ('86)

4 p.m.

Baseball vs. Cameron University

Hays Field

4-5 p.m.

Featured Artists Reception: Cliff Wilke

Reception for featured art alumnus, Cliff Wilke (’11), whose works are on display from Dec. 14, 2018 to Feb. 15, 2019.
Pioneer Gallery in the University Library

4-5 p.m.

Featured Artists Reception: Bob Privett & Kathy Brimberry

Reception for featured alumni artists, Bob Privitt (’59), Kathy Brimberry (’68), whose works are on display from February 4 to March 8.
Diana Ling Center for Academic Achievement Gallery

5-6 p.m.

President's Welcome Reception

Visit with President Tim Perrin (’84), Provost Foy Mills (’80), and current and iconic professors before heading over to decade reunion events. Pick-up Homecoming t-shirts, nametags, and pocket-sized weekend schedules. RSVP requested.
Christa Dobbs Center for Business, United Family Atrium

6 p.m.

Decade Reunions


'50s and '60s Decades - University Library - Reunion dinner for the years and classes of 1957-1969 featuring a beef brisket buffet. 50, 55, and 60-year reunion pins and medallions awarded to eligible attendees. Space available for homecoming breakout groups after dinner. $10/person. RSVP required.

'70s and '80s Decades - Talkington Center for Nursing Education Atrium - Reunion dinner for the years and classes of 1970-1989 featuring a kabob buffet. 30, 35, 40, and 45-year reunion pins awarded to eligible attendees. Space available for homecoming breakout groups after dinner. $10/person. RSVP required.

'90s and '00s Decades - Rhodes-Perrin Recreation Center - Family-friendly dinner for the years and classes of 1990-2009 featuring a kabob buffet and children's favorite macaroni and cheese. 10, 15, 20, and 25-year reunion pins awarded to eligible attendees. Opportunity to win an LCU wrapped X-Box. Scholarship drawing for eligible high school attendees. Space available for homecoming breakout groups. $10 for adults, no charge for children. RSVP required.

6:15-7:45 p.m.

'10s Decade Coffee House - Come and go event for the years and classes of 2010–2018 featuring complimentary drinks before the 8 p.m. Master Follies performance. RSVP requested. Musical entertainment provided by Trent Hawthorne (’12) and friends.
LCU Starbucks

8 p.m.

Master Follies - Now Boarding

2019 Master Follies, one of LCU’s longest standing traditions, is sponsored by Linda Gaither (’72) and Emily Ratcliff (’72) of WestMark Realty. Online ticket sales begin Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 12 p.m. at LCU.edu/tickets. Purchase required.
McDonald Moody Auditorium

Saturday, February 9, 2019

8:15 a.m.

Club and Organization Breakfasts

RSVP requested for all breakfasts.

Alpha Chi Delta/Kappa Phi Kappa - LCU Dining Hall

Christliche Damen - Baker Conference Center

Koinonia - Mabee Student Life Building (SUB)

Kyodai/Lambda Omega Alpha - Rhodes-Perrin Recreation Center

Sub T-16 - Off-site restaurant, Rudy's BBQ

Zeta Gamma - Monterey Church of Christ

Veterans of Faith (Veteran and Military Alumni) - LCU Starbucks
Arnett House

8:30-9:30 a.m.

Cheerleader Reunion

Yay team! Yay team! Fight! Fight! Fight! Calling all former cheerleaders! Remember cheering for LCC teams in the Fieldhouse or LCU teams in the Rip Griffin Center? Come enjoy a light breakfast and share your stories with each other as you encourage members of the 2018-2019 LCU Cheer Program. Get details about when and where cheerleader alumni members will be recognized on Saturday. RSVP requested.
Arnett House

9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Wisdom of the Ages Exhibit

An impressive collection of forty-five original books, documents, and manuscripts that date back to the 14th through 19th centuries are available for viewing during library hours.
University Library

9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Alumni Art Exhibit

Featuring works from Cliff Wilke (’11) on display from December 14, 2018 to February 15, 2019
Pioneer Gallery in the University Library

9 a.m.-6 p.m.

Alumni Art Exhibit

Featuring works from distinguished alumni artists, Bob Privitt (’59) and Kathy Brimberry (’68), whose works are on display from February 4 to March 8.
Diana Ling Center for Academic Achievement Gallery

9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

ChapStore Open

25% discount on one LCU item per purchase. Diploma frames and some specialty items excluded.
ChapStore, SUB

9:30 a.m.

School of Business Reception

All business alumni and former students are invited to enjoy time together and tour the new building before Alumni Chapel.
Christa Dobbs Center for Business, United Family Atrium

9:45 a.m.

School of Education Reception

SoE alumni and former students enjoy time together before Alumni Chapel.
McDonald Moody Auditorium, Lobby

10:15 a.m.

Alumni Chapel

Worship with current and future alumni and celebrate what God has done for us and our alma mater.
McDonald Moody Auditorium

11:30 a.m.

Celebration of Life and Remembrance

Remembering our LCU family members who have passed from this earthly life. Flowers and memory cards available for a small cash donation.
Mabee Student Life Building (SUB)

11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.

Pre-Game Tailgate/Lunch

Stop by the trailer in the parking lot before the Lady Chaps game and enjoy a complimentary lunch prepared and sponsored by Carpet Tech.
Rip Griffin Center, Parking Lot

12-2 p.m.

Family Luncheon

All homecoming attendees are welcome. Adults and children over age 10 - $7.25 (plus tax); Children ages 4-10 - $5.00 (plus tax); Children under age 4 are free.
LCU Dining Hall

12 p.m.

Academic Department Luncheons


Alumni and Friends of the Smith College of Biblical Studies Luncheon - Christian Development Center, Rotunda - Hear how the Lord is working through the Bible Department and learn how to become a member of the Friends of the College of Biblical Studies. RSVP required.

Sciences and Aggie BBQ - Ling Science Center - The Aggies BBQ tradition continues. Come see the Ling Science Center and visit with alumni, former students, faculty, and staff from the sciences. RSVP requested.

Communications/Fine Arts Alumni Awards Luncheon - Cardwell Welcome Center Rotunda - Join other communication and fine arts alumni for a time of fellowship. Learn about what is going on within the department today and share your post-LCU updates on career and family. Alumni awardees to be announced. RSVP Required.
Various locations

1 p.m.

Women's Basketball vs. Texas A&M International

Rip Griffin Center

1 p.m.

Baseball vs. Cameron University

Hays Field

1 p.m.

Softball vs. West Texas A&M

PlainsCapital Park

1:30-2:30 p.m.

Honors and Global Campus/Study Abroad Alumni Reception

Honors alumni are invited to enjoy fellowship together while enjoying a complimentary Starbucks drink and cookies. RSVP requested.
LCU Library

3 p.m.

Men's Basketball vs. Texas A&M International

Rip Griffin Center

3 p.m.

Baseball vs. Cameron University

Hays Field

3 p.m.

Softball vs. UT Permian Basin

PlainsCapital Park

3 p.m.

Master Follies - Now Boarding

2019 Master Follies, one of LCU’s longest standing traditions, is sponsored by Linda Gaither (’72) and Emily Ratcliff (’72) of WestMark Realty. Online ticket sales begin Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 12 p.m. at LCU.edu/tickets. Purchase required.
McDonald Moody Auditorium

3 p.m.

Chorus Alumni Reunion

Former chorus members from all decades are invited to participate in a special time of fellowship, memories, and song. RSVP requested.
Margaret Talkington Center for Nursing Education, Collier Auditorium

6 p.m.

LCU Legends of Music Benefit Dinner

The university will unveil exciting plans at this very special dinner to permanently honor Dr. B. Wayne Hinds and Brother Charles Cox and their families for their enduring impact on LCU Music. As we reflect on LCU’s rich choral and musical past, we look forward to honoring and preserving the stories and the legacy of the Hinds and Cox families, many of whom will be in attendance. All those who value our university’s musical heritage and hold in high esteem the contributions and influence of Dr. B. Wayne and Yvonne Hinds and Charles Cox are encouraged to attend. Purchase individual tickets ($25/ea) in the Homecoming RSVP form. Call Sheila Dye at 806-720-7233 to inquire about reserved tables.
Baker Conference Center

6:15-7:45 p.m.

'10s Decade Coffee House - Come and go event for the years and classes of 2010–2018 featuring complimentary drinks before the 8 p.m. Master Follies performance. RSVP requested. Musical entertainment provided by Trent Hawthorne (’12) and friends.
LCU Starbucks

8 p.m.

Master Follies - Now Boarding

2019 Master Follies, one of LCU’s longest standing traditions, is sponsored by Linda Gaither (’72) and Emily Ratcliff (’72) of WestMark Realty. Seats for the final performance will sell out in minutes when online ticket sales begin Wednesday, Jan. 16 at 12 p.m. at LCU.edu/tickets. Purchase required.
McDonald Moody Auditorium

Sunday, February 10, 2019

8-8:30 a.m.

Coffee and Pastries

Cardwell Welcome Center, Rotunda

8:30-9:15 a.m.

Devotional and Communion

Join in devotional and communion time together for the perfect way to end the weekend.
Cardwell Welcome Center Rotunda

1 p.m.

Baseball vs. Cameron University

Hays Field

2 p.m.

Softball vs. UC Colorado Springs

PlainsCapital Park

6 p.m.

Softball vs. West Texas A&M

PlainsCapital Park