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Check out the schedule of events and make your plans to be part of the fun this October 20-22!
Each year, the athletic programs hold games and matches to connect with former team members and fans.
For more information and event recaps, click here!
Alumni are invited to attend the 2017-2018 Global Film Festival on-campus throughout this academic year.
Elizabethtown College mourns the passing of Professor of Chemistry Emerita Zoe G. Proctor '56.

Latest News

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month
Life insurance is important to protect the financial security of dependents, yet there are so many who don't have any kind of coverage, or only have very little protection. The Alumni Insurance Program can help you meet your life insurance goals. As an alumni, you have access to competitive products that will allow you to safeguard the wellbeing of the people you love the most.
Back to Boyd, Alumnus Named Head Baseball Coach
Alumnus and former baseball athlete Adam Sheibley '09 returns to Elizabethtown College to serve as head baseball coach. Welcome back, Adam!
West to East, Alumna Runs Coast to Coast for a Cause
This past summer, alumna Danielle Talenti ’15 participated in the 4K for Cancer program. From June until August, Talenti ran across the country (4,000+ miles) in an effort to raise awareness and funds for cancer research. The 4K for Cancer program is affiliated with the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, which was created to build a community in support of young adults, and their loved ones impacted by cancer. Check out Talenti’s personal blog from her 4K experience HERE!
Alumna Helps Individuals Find Their Voice
Alumna Melissa Ward '06 and her private music therapy practice, Augmenting Ability, were featured on ABC 2–Baltimore. Music therapy, a unique form of therapy, is helping kids with developmental disabilities communicate and interact with others through song and instrument. For almost 10 years, Augmenting Ability has provided a place for people of all ages to take part in music therapy.
I love coming home to E-town and remembering what drew me to it in the first place. Serving Thanksgiving Dinner to current students with my friends has been a tradition since we graduated. It's a truly awesome visual representation of how much the students, staff, faculty, and alumni are invested in the College.
- Kaitlin McCaffrey, Class of 2010

I have always felt that one path to success is by receiving a personal touch and guidance in ones endeavor. Elizabethtown's touch and guidance are the foundation of my success. Giving back in time and attention is my way of saying thank you, of making sure that our graduates can and will attain success.

- Dr. Gurtej Singh, Class of 2001
Every time I step on campus, I feel a sense of pride. Pride that it's my alma mater, in what I was able to accomplish while I was a student, and what I have been able to do to give back to the College since I graduated.
- Patti Hivner, Class of 1986
Educate for Service has been the foundation of my time since I left Elizabethtown. The opportunity to give back to a place that provided me so much has been immensely rewarding!
- Ryan Unger, Class of 2001