Our TWU roots have prepared us to be flexible in the face of change. We realize the difficulties many members of our community have experienced and are experiencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year to ensure the safety and well-being of all alumni, our usual in-person event, out of necessity, is changing.
Homecoming 2021 will be hosted virtually! We will come together and celebrate from all areas of the globe.
Events will be accessible online to all TWU alumni.
Homecoming 2021 brings all of us together to celebrate our connection with the TWU community.
We invite you to share in this opportunity to connect with fellow alumni and recall fond memories of your time as a student.
The Schedule of Events offers a variety of programs for all alumni to participate in.
The Class of 1961 is celebrating their 60th reunion this year!
Alumni from the Class of ‘70 and ‘71, our 50-year Golden Girls, are postponing their reunions until 2022, when they will return to campus and celebrate in person with their sisters in the Class of ’72.
For general questions about Homecoming, you can contact:
Mickey (Butler) Faust ’73
Homecoming Committee Chair
For questions about registration or general technology, you can also contact:
Office of Alumni Engagement
If you land a really awesome job, relocate, embark on a really interesting journey or publish a book, let us know. We may share your news in the TWU Alumni Connection Newsletter, and we may feature you as an Alumni Spotlight.
We want to stay in touch with you and help your classmates keep in touch with you. Help us out by making sure your information is up to date. Share your successes and let your classmates know what you have been up to. We want to hear about the milestone events happening in your life.
The Distinguished Alumni Award is the most prestigious distinction presented to TWU alumni who have brought honor to themselves and Texas Woman’s University through their outstanding accomplishments and notable contributions to society.
BS '49, MEd '52, EdD '80 | Career Educator, Retired
BS '81, MS '88 | President & CEO, Vespari LLC
BS '55, MEd '71, PhD '76 | Career Educator | *Awarded posthumously
The Hallmark Alumni Award is presented to TWU graduates have made a significant positive impact on their profession or community. As rising young stars exemplifying a “can do” spirit, they have brought honor to themselves and Texas Woman’s University through their accomplishments and service to others.
Marisa de León
RGV Music Therapy and Wellness Center
Faizan Kabani, PhD
Texas A&M University,
College of Dental Hygiene
Aimee Piller, PhD
Piller Child Development
MS, MLS '13
University of Texas at Arlington,