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Parent and Family Programming

Homecoming and Family Weekend

Homecoming and Family Weekend 2021 was a blast!
From Tiger Talks to a hockey pre-game tailgate party, to the community picnic and farewell brunch, Homecoming and Family Weekend 2021 was as distinctive as the college and the people who comprise our unique community. Thank you to the more than 2,400 parents, alumni, families, and friends who were able to join us in person. We hope you enjoyed visiting your students and connecting with others on campus. We hope to see you again soon, on campus or online!

Relive the excitement with some of our favorite photos from the weekend here. If you weren’t able to attend in person, you can still connect through recordings of some of the fascinating presentation events under the "Join From Anywhere" heading here.  

Interested in what the on-campus event looked like in past years? View photos from the 2019 Family and Friends Weekend.

CC in the Spotlight

CC in the Spotlight

Join us on Zoom to connect with the CC Tiger family and learn more about the people and resources available to your student at CC. Virtual events will take place each block throughout the year. Watch your email for details and registration!

  • Tuesday, Sep. 21, 2021, 4-5 p.m. MDT
    Spotlight: President L. Song Richardson and the Office of Alumni and Family Relations presented a virtual Q&A session designed specifically for the parents, family members, and supporters of current CC students. A recording of this Zoom webinar event is available here.
  • Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021, 5-6 p.m. MDT
    Come learn more about The Arts at CC, and hear from director Ryan Raul Bañagale about the variety of opportunities available for your students to be involved.
  • Thursday, Dec. 9, 2021, 5-6 p.m. MST
    It's time to welcome our Winter Start families to the CC Tiger community! In addition to meeting and celebrating these new members, we'll hear from Amy Hill, Director of Campus Activities & Student Orientation about many of the exciting ways your students can be involved on campus now and throughout the spring semester. Register now.


Book Clubs

Virtual Book Clubs: You're Invited! 

The Alumni Association Council is hosting three book club sessions for alumni, parents, and families this semester! You are welcome to join for one or multiple of these virtual sessions. Conversations will be interactive and are meant to simulate students’ classroom discussions. Click the links below to find the book online and register for the discussion. All sessions start at 5 p.m. MT.

Tuesday, Oct. 26, with Nate Marshall, M.F.A, assistant professor of English

Wednesday, Nov. 17, with Author and CC Alumna Carola Lovering ‘11


Thank you to everyone who engaged in virtual programming throughout this past year as we all navigated COVID-19 together. From Alumni and Parent Book Clubs, to Parent Happy Hours, to various programs offered by faculty and campus partners, we hope you found meaningful connections with the CC parent and family community throughout this season. As always, you can visit the Alumni and Parent Events Calendar to find out more about upcoming events. You are also invited to explore and attend any CC events listed as open to the public on the Campus Calendar.

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