The 2020 Golden Scots Celebration will place June 4-7, 2020.
We will be celebrating the following reunions:
Class of 1975 - 45-year reunion
Class of 1970 - 50-year reunion
Class of 1965 - 55-year reunion
Class of 1960 - 60-year reunion
Class of 1955 - 65-year reunion
Regristration will begin soon!
It was exciting to host the following reunions in 2019:
We are already looking forward to the 2020 Golden Scots Celebration. It will will feature the following class reunions:
- Class of 1975
- Class of 1970
- Class of 1965
- Class of 1960
Did you love Dwight Tierney ’69 and President Wyatt’s Rock ‘n Roll talk? Sing along to the playlist
Class of 1969 - 50-Year Reunion Invitation
Join us for the Class of 1969's 50-Year Reunion at the Golden Scots Celebration, June 6-9, 2019.
Golden Scots Celebration 2019
Join us on the Monmouth campus June 6-9, 2019, for an event-packed weekend. Enjoy time to reminisce with old classmates and friends. Special reunions for the classes of 1959, 1964, 1969, and 1974 will be celebrated.
Long Live Rock 'n'Roll
Brush up on your music trivia as Monmouth College President Dr. Clarence R. Wyatt and MTV Co-founder and Trustee Dwight Tierney '69 looks back on the history and culture that shaped a musical revolution.
Evolution & Revolution: Monmouth's Changing Landscape
Generous alumni and visionary leaders have transformed the campus into a community showplace, well-equipped to meet the academic and residential demands of the modern college student. Join Monmouth College Editor and Historian Jeff Rankin to learn how the campus has developed over the decades.
Social Change in the Media
Communication Studies Professor Josh Hawthorne and Communication Studies Professor Emeritus Lee McGaan ’69 will reflect on social change in the media including the impact on regional newspapers.
Barley Hops and Yeast … Oh My!
Chemistry Professor Brad Sturgeon will discuss DeNovo Beverage of Monmouth, a “pico” brewery startup. Brad will share how the science-business connection he began with the Monmouth Coffee Project in 2010 –which became Scots Roast – has evolved into a brewery partnership with Dr. Steve Murmann ’80. You will not only learn the science behind beer-making, but you will also get to try samples!
Kieft Summer Research Student Panel
Monmouth College students who conduct research on campus this summer won’t discover a cure for cancer or diabetes, or identify a new comet. But the experience gained by the students in this eight-week Kieft Summer Research Program will give them intensive hands-on experience with the type of instrumentation and research methods they will need to master should they continue on paths toward related fields of study. Hear from current students in the program, learn about their projects and engage in questions ranging from research methods to the best menu item in the cafeteria.
Q & A with Senior Staff
Wonder how the Monmouth College experience has changed since you were a student? Hear from senior staff: President Clarence R. Wyatt; Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty Mark Willhardt; Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students Laura Hutchinson; Special Assistant to the President for Institutional Research and Planning Christine Johnston; Vice President for Development & College Relations John Osterlund; Vice President for Enrollment Management and Communications Kisten English; Vice President for Finance and Business Richard Marshall; and Associate Vice President of Communications and Marketing Duane Bonifer. It is a great opportunity to ask questions that range from the specific to philosophical.
Politics Then and Now
Political junkies and Class of ’69 alumni Chet June and Bill Trent give us a look at how political discourse has changed – or has it? Chet will compare politics today to those during Andrew Jackson’s election and administration. Bill will give a history of political discourse over the past two-plus centuries. Be prepared for a lively discussion.
Led by Monmouth Chaplain the Rev. Dr. Teri M. Ott, this special service will pay a nostalgic tribute to chapel services of old, including familiar hymns. Recently departed classmates will be memorialized.