Click the button below for a schedule of events and to register for the 2020 Virtual Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend!


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Dear Bearcats,
This year, Alumni Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend at Saint Vincent will be like no other before. In a more familiar year, without a global pandemic, your alma mater would be welcoming you back to Latrobe with open arms filled with that one of a kind Benedictine hospitality. Sports team reunions, Shack fries, seeing your favorite faculty members, Bearcat football, greeting long lost classmates on Wimmer Lane and so many more experiences are what make homecoming at Saint Vincent special. To put it simply, you, our amazing alumni, are what make homecoming special and memorable. 
Beginning on Wednesday, September 23, we’ll have a broad array of virtual activities for you to participate in. Messages from our President, Father Paul Taylor, O.S.B., virtual Special Class Reunions, Saint Vincent Trivia Night, faculty presentations and "Ask a Benedictine!" are just a start to the events we have for you and your entire family.
We hope you’ll save the dates for our first ever Virtual Saint Vincent College Alumni Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend: September 23 – 27. In the coming days, an additional email will be sent with information on how to be a part of this special Homecoming. While we can’t be together in person for Homecoming this year, we can be together while being apart through these virtual events. We can’t wait to have you join us. 

Ben Becze, CFRE
Senior Director of Development and Alumni Relations

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The inaugural SVC Day of Giving was originally scheduled for April 7, 2020. However, due to the circumstances with the coronavirus pandemic, the event was postponed.

As we look ahead, we are now planning for the SVC Day of Giving to be held in the Spring of 2021. More details, including an official date, will be coming soon!

Thank you for your continued support of Saint Vincent and we hope that you and your loved ones are healthy and safe.

"Once a Bearcat, Always a Bearcat"