COVID Response



Homecoming 2020

While we cannot celebrate Homecoming together on campus, we can connect virtually!

Traditional Homecoming events, such as a fall theatre production, faculty lectures and musical offerings, will be streamed on the university’s Facebook and YouTube channels over the weekend, Oct. 23-25. Check out the schedule below and watch email and social for more information.


Friday, October 23

Saturday, October 24

  • 10 a.m., Faculty Lecture
    Dr. Kellie Brown, area chair of music, will discuss her latest book, “The Sound of Hope.” Brown’s nonfiction book reflects on how music provided solace, resistance and salvation during the Holocaust and World War II.
  • 2:30 p.m., Faculty Lecture
    Dr. Christine Browning, professor of counseling, will share counseling insights related to childhood developmental trauma.
  • 3:30 p.m., Milligan Music: Classic Broadway
  • 7 p.m., “Reconnecting…” premiere
    This inventive theatre production, written and performed by Milligan students, features a collection of heartfelt monologues inspired by students’ personal experiences during COVID-19.

Sunday, October 25