Family Weekend is October 14-16, 2016
Your student is now settled into daily life at SSU and is ready to share it with you! Family Weekend is the perfect time to reconnect and see the campus through your student's eyes. Come meet the roommates and new friends you've been hearing so much about and, hopefully, learn more about SSU's curriculum, traditions, programs, and services. Past participants told us they didn't want to follow a strict schedule, so we've created a variety of both on and off campus events for you to create your own program.
Hotels fill up quickly -- we recommend reserving a space soon. Please visit the SSU Visitor's page here for a list of local hotels.
No matter how you choose to spend your weekend we hope you'll take advantage of this time to build some special Seawolf memories andenjoy your student's home away from home!
Friday, October 14
12:30 pm Mens' Soccer vs. Monterey Bay
3:00 pm Womens' Soccer vs. Monterey Bay
Saturday, October 15
SSU Alumni College-Am Golf Scramble
Foxtail Golf Course
Join alumni for a day of golf while supporting SSU scholarship programs! Tickets are $125 and include breakfast, a round of golf with cart, and an afternoon barbecue. Registration is required.
Student Center Ballroom
Join SSU's President, Dr. Judy K. Sakaki, for brunch! Tickets are $15 and include brunch and a Family Weekend t-shirt! No charge for SSU students.
This event will sell out quickly -- tickets are available now.
Taylor Mountain Hike with SSU Outdoor Pursuits
$7 parking fee - payable at the venue. Registration link coming soon.
This 2 mile hike is designed for all skill levels and offers panoramic views of Santa Rosa and the Mayacama Mountains. Taylor Mountain is a quick 5 miles from campus.
Hypnotist Brian Imbus
Person Theater - Free!
Brian's shows are always fast-paced and spectales where audience volunteers become the stars! This event is courtesy of Seawolf Living.
Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra
Green Music Center, Weill Hall - discounted tickets available (link coming soon)
Using the period instruments for which the music was originally composed, the Orchestra will be presenting an all Beethoven program.
SSU Theatre Arts and Dance presents "Waiting for the Parade"
Studio 76 inPerson Theater - $15 (no charge for SSU Students).
This performance is about five Canadian women who work for the war effort, each responding differently to civilian life during World War II revealing how the pressure of extraordinary circumstances reveals character.
Sunday, October 16
Time on your own to enjoy with your student!!!