Parents Weekend & Spring Sing: March 28 & 29
Whether you’re a recent addition to the Westmont family or the parent of a student who will graduate soon, we invite you to participate and share in the tradition of Parents Weekend. The annual Spring Sing festivities will continue and take place on Saturday evening, March 29th, at the Santa Barbara Bowl.
- Register and Purchase Parents Weekend & Spring Sing tickets
- Reserved Seating & Parking *New this year* Detailed information available on the Spring Sing website
- A schedule of events is accessible online and printed schedules will be available on campus at the hospitality table when you check-in.
We look forward to having you return to campus in March!
Questions? Please contact the Parent Relations Office at 805-565-6056 or email@example.com.
Westmont Connect = New Online Alumni Directory
After two years of creativity and hard work, the Alumni Office and the Information Technology department launches Westmont Connect. A powerful new online tool now connects Westmont alumni around the world. Westmont Connect enables alumni to locate each other for personal and professional reasons, giving them access to jobs, mentors, special interests and opportunities.
Sign up for your Westmont Connect account today and start connecting with fellow alumni personally and professionally! Please call the Alumni Office with any questions at 805-565-6056.
Upcoming Alumni & Parent Events:
Alumni & Spring Sing: Saturday, March 29
The annual Spring Sing tradition will continue this year at the Santa Barbara County Bowl on Saturday evening, March 29th. This year's theme is "X Marks the Spot". Please join us and other fellow alumni and register for your ticket(s) online today! Parents please use the link at the top of the page for both Parents Weekend and Spring Sing tickets.
Save-the-Date for Homecoming 2014: October 17-19
Homecoming 2013 Highlights ->
Shelley (Schar) Croudace '92
September 25, 2013 | Posted in Alumni Profiles
The winding, dusty road to the camp ends unexpectedly with hills, woods and water. In the heart of Zimbabwe, Shelley Schar Croudace ’92 and her husband, Alistair, have created Lasting Impressions Wilderness Training Center (LIWTC) on 450 spectacular acres. Thatched stone buildings and landscaped walkways sit amidst tall acacia trees along a river. Antelope, monkeys, baboons and other wildlife wander …[more]