Thursday, Nov. 29: Be a Lifelong Learner

Wherever you are in your life—or the world—Dickinson can help you keep learning.

Want to hear from thought leaders on topics ranging from nanotechnology to the history of the Supreme Court? The Clarke Forum offers alumni and parents access to more than 200 videos of experts who have visited the college.

Want to join in on the discussion from the comfort of your own home? Check out an upcoming livestream lecture.

Or, if you’d prefer to continue learning from Dickinson faculty and students, check out these recent Webinars and a performance highlight video from the Department of Music:

And if you’re looking to learn something that can help with career development, don’t forget that Dickinson offers lifelong career support to all alums. The two easiest ways to tap into that support are:

  1. Register for an upcoming Alumni Career Webinar, “Is a Career in the Medical Field Right for You.”
  2. Join Alumnifire (did you know Alumnifire doesn’t just allow you to provide career advice and networking opportunities to students—it also allows you to look for a job, find a mentor or a mentee, connect with nearby Dickinsonians and grow your business?)

Friday, Nov. 30: Volunteer

We need you! The Dickinson volunteer network includes alumni and parents from more than 40 states spanning more than seven decades. Whether helping to plan reunions, hosting an internship or externship, interviewing prospective students or serving on Alumni Council or the Parents Leadership Council, these dedicated Dickinsonians are an integral part of Dickinson’s mission. Today we celebrate them all, while inviting more Dickinsonians to lean in and lend a hand.

Saturday, Dec. 1: Cheer on the Red Devils

Once a Red Devil, always a Red Devil— and what better way to show your enduring connection to Dickinson than by supporting today’s Red Devils. Watch livestreams of the men’s and women’s basketball team as they take on Ursinus College—or, if you’re in the area, come out for a tailgate and cheer on the teams in person. And, of course, you can always show your support for today’s Red Devils by making a McAndrews Fund gift at

Dca Football school spirit Women's Basketball

Sunday, Dec. 2: Get Social

Maybe the number-one way Dickinsonians stay connected to Dickinson is by staying connected to other Dickinsonians.

We know that you’ve made lifelong friendships through Dickinson, and today’s the day to celebrate that. Post a photo of yourself and another Dickinsonian (or two, or more!) on social media (don’t forget to use the #dsonproud hashtag), or submit a class note at to let your classmates know what you’ve been up to lately.

Greek pancakes Alumni capture memories during the 2018 Alumni Weekend.

Monday, Nov. 26: Show Your Pride

7 Days of Dickinson is underway, and today we're asking Dickinsonians everywhere to show their pride in one of three ways:

1. Take advantage of the College Bookstore’s Cyber Monday sale for alumni and parents, and pick up some new Dickinson apparel*.

2. Post a selfie on social media, wearing the Dickinson gear you already have.

3. Share a social media post about one of Dickinson’s many points of pride:

And don’t forget to use the hashtag #dsonproud, so that we can share your post for all to see.

The bookstore's 20 percent discount applies only to clothing items.

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Tuesday, Nov. 27: Make a Gift for Giving Tuesday

Join in the global giving movement by making your gift to Dickinson on Giving Tuesday.

Support vital scholarships, innovative academic programs, groundbreaking student-faculty research and more by making a gift to the Dickinson Fund at Because your gift makes a difference—and that’s what Dickinsonians do!

Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Giving Tuesday is an international initiative that kicks off the charitable season, when people around the world begin to focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving.

Wednesday, Nov. 28: Help Recruit Tomorrow’s Dickinsonians

As someone who knows the benefits of a Dickinson education, you’re uniquely equipped to help prospective students with the potential to become great Dickinsonians. To highlight the ways you can engage with Dickinson through admissions today, we’re asking you to recommend a student, volunteer for DAVS (in select areas), and—since we’re right in the midst of application season—share on social media your Dickinson story.

Waidner Admissions House in spring Students and alumni participate in mock interviews during a recent Career Conference on campus. Dickinson Archway

Previous Days

7 Ways to Engage

The week after Thanksgiving, we’re inviting Dickinsonians to celebrate all the ways you can engage with Dickinson from anywhere in the world.

Whether it’s catching a livestream lecture, getting career advice, recommending a student, making a gift or just showing your pride, there are countless ways you can still benefit from, celebrate and honor your lifelong connection to Dickinson.

But since we only have a week, we’ll stop at seven … for now.