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Join us for Homecoming ’21

Save the dates of Thursday, Sept. 30, through Saturday, Oct. 2 for Homecoming 2021. Detailed schedule to be added soon.


Highlights from Virtual Homecoming ’20


Indiana Tech students running on campus Download your racing bib
Weekend-Long Event
Indiana Tech Alumni and Student 5k

Stretch those legs and lace up those running shoes for our virtual 5k from your home, your favorite park, city streets or country roads, wherever you like! Post a selfie with your time and the Indiana Tech 1930 racing bib to our alumni Facebook page! This event is available all weekend long.

President Karl Einolf, Ph.D. Watch Video
Thursday, Oct. 1
President Einolf’s Welcome Home Video

Tune in as Dr. Einolf welcomes you to our Virtual Homecoming 2020. In this video, he will also:

  • Update you on the state of our university
  • Give you projections about the future of the university
  • Talk about the adjustments we’ve made to create a safe and effective learning environment
  • Recognize those alumni who have shown, and continue to show, support for the mission of the university

The video will also include a student speaker who will share insight into the life of today’s Indiana Tech student.

Alumni through the decades Watch Video
Thursday, Oct. 1
A Walk Through the Decades Video

Take a look at the journey of 90 years of Indiana Tech and the historic milestones we have achieved in that time. Indiana Tech photo and video producer Randy Smith, along with the rest of Indiana Tech’s marketing department, has produced this moving and visually stunning historical look at how far we’ve come over the years. We guarantee you’ll be inspired!

Take a Virtual Tour
Friday, Oct. 2
Virtual Campus Tours

Get an inside look at Pierson Hall and the newly constructed Summit Hall from the eyes of an incoming freshman. “Stop by” Max’s Bistro, Central Grounds, Warrior Park and the newly resurfaced Kline Court, which is just waiting for action inside the Schaefer Center. See the campus as it is today with its state-of-the-art facilities and marvel at just how much we’ve grown since your time here.

Indiana Tech Alumni Association Awards Read 50 Year Alumni Bios
Friday, Oct. 2
50- and 60-Year Graduate Recognition

While we traditionally invite alumni to campus for a celebratory banquet, complete with recognition of lifetime achievement and a medal presentation, this year we are doing something unique in hopes to engage more alumni who would not normally be able to attend. We will be reaching out to alumni who have met that 50- and 60-year mark to invite them to share their biography to be posted to our alumni recognition page. In addition, we will send them them a personally-engraved medal to mark the occasion. Those alumni will also be invited back for the 2021 Homecoming Alumni Awards Banquet for a chance to mingle with their warrior family in person.

2019 Alumni Award Plaques View the 2020 Alumni Awards
Friday, Oct. 2
Alumni Association Awards

In similar fashion to the 50 and 60 Year Graduate Recognition, our Annual Alumni Association Awards portion of the weekend will be featured as a post to our homecoming website. These recipients of the Graduate of the Last Decade (G.O.L.D.), CPS Alumni of the Year, Volunteer of the Year, and Alumni Hall of Fame awards will be recognized in a biography exploring the multitudes of reasons they deserve such prestigious awards. Recipients will be invited back for the 2021 Homecoming Celebration to be recognized in person.

Dave Aschilman, Dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Engineering and School of Computer Sciences Watch the Discussion
Saturday, Oct. 3, 2:30 – 3:30 pm
Conversation with the Engineers

Join Dave Aschliman, dean of Indiana Tech’s College of Engineering and School of Computer Sciences, and members of his engineering and computer science faculty as they share their innovative projects, program highlights and exciting visions for the future of Indiana Tech Engineering and Computer Sciences. This will be a live, internet-streamed event that will provide an opportunity for interested alumni to ask questions about the engineering and computer science programs here at Indiana Tech.