Homecoming FAQ

What are the dates for Homecoming 2021?

 March 5-8, 2021

Will we be having Homecoming in 2021?

YES! We will be having Homecoming in 2021. We are working on the plans and hope to have more information soon. We are not positive if it will be in-person, online or both. We would prefer to have it in-person, like past years, but your health and safety are our top concerns, and so the final decision will be made closer to the event.

How do I register for Homecoming?

Please visit llu.edu/homecoming and select our Registration links to register for Homecoming.

How can I get my badge?

If we are able to meet in-person, registration will take place in the Centennial Complex. Please check in and receive your badge.

If I have registered, but need to cancel my registration, who should I contact?

Please call Staff Development at 909-558-3500 or email staffdevelopment@llu.edu

I would like to attend some of the Homecoming events, but do not need CEs or CMEs, what should I do?

Please still register for Homecoming, you can select only the events you are interested in attending, such as a tour, Church or Haystack Lunch.

My spouse/ friend will be attending with me, but is not an alumni or does not need CMs or CMEs, what should I do?

Please have them register, selecting the events they will be attending.

I forgot to register!

Registration will remain open, please register when you are able to do so. If we are able to meet in-person, registration will be available onsite, please go to the Centennial Complex to register.

If I am having issues with my registration, who should I contact?

Please call Staff Development at 909-558-3500 or email staffdevelopment@llu.edu

If I have questions about Homecoming that are not registration related, who should I contact?

Information about Homecoming can be found at llu.edu/homecoming. You can also give us a call at 909-558-3000 or email homecoming@llu.edu

If we are able to meet in person, what health precautions will be taken to protect against COVID-19?

We will be following all CDC guidelines and seeking advice from our healthcare professionals to protect your health. We will have plenty of hand sanitizer stations available, work with environmental services on sanitizing procedures and, if still mandated by the CDC, we will ask attendees to following masking procedures. Depending on CDC guidelines we will take a look at our large gatherings (such as Haystacks) and plan accordingly.