Homecoming

Welcome Home, Fairmont State University Homecoming, October 7-9, 2021

Schedule of Events

(Check back frequently for updated event details and registration information)

Homecoming Parade
Registration Form

Thursday, October 7

"Beautify the Bell" Dedication

Celebrating the completion of the 2019 Senior Campaign
12:30 p.m., Education Quad

Homecoming Kick-Off Bonfire

7 p.m. Tennis Courts

Friday, October 8

Falcons Helping Falcons Community Volunteer Event

11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Locust Ave.
Register Here 

Fairmont State Alumni Celebration

Celebrating the 2020 and 2021 Alumni Award Winners, Hall of Fame Inductees and the Emeritus Classes of 1970 and 1971
Doors open at 3:30 p.m., Ceremony at 4 p.m., Falcon Center Gym 1

Women's Volleyball vs. Alderson Broaddus

7 p.m., Joe Retton Arena

Alumni Baseball Game

7 p.m., Duvall-Rosier Field

Saturday, October 9

Alumni Continental Breakfast

8 - 11 a.m., Erickson Alumni Center

Homecoming Parade

10 a.m., Palatine Park to Locust Ave. 

Women's Volleyball vs. Salem

11 a.m., Joe Retton Arena

Alumni Tailgate

Sponsored by the Marion County Chamber of Commerce and the
Fairmont State Alumni Association

Noon, Tailgate Lot

Fighting Falcons vs. Alderson Broaddus

2 p.m. Duvall-Rosier Field

 

Alumni Award Winners

Outstanding Alumnus

Porter Stiles
Rocco Fucillo

Outstanding Alumna

Devanna Corley

 

Alumnus of Achievement

Randal D. Farley
Col Robert W. Vincent, USAF, (ret).

Alumna of Achievement

Kathy Hypes

Outstanding Young Alumnus

Eric Moffa
Frankie Wilson

Outstanding Young Alumna:

Stacey Bowers

Lifetime Achievement Award:

Charles L. Reese

 

Hall of Fame Inductees

Vickie Bostic

(Women’s Basketball, 1981-85)

Kevin Claudio

(Men’s Basketball, 1975-79)

Shane Davis

(Football, 2000-03)

Ron Everhart, Sr.

(Men’s Basketball/Track & Field 1957-61)

Terry Galambus

(Football, 1972-75)

Lou Geary

(Football, Wrestling 1976-79)

Don Prickett

(Men’s Basketball 1965-68)

Hilary Tarasuk

(Women’s Swimming, 1997-99)

Randy Toth

(Baseball, 1985-88)

Nathan White

(Football, 1998-2002)