Cèilidh - Carnegie Mellon University

Cèilidh Weekend – October 9-12, 2014 Updated!

This fall will mark the fifth year for the blended celebration of Homecoming and Family Weekend. Once again, the Office of Alumni Relations & Annual Giving and the Office of Orientation & First Year Programs are working closely on Cèilidh Weekend to create a celebration for the entire CMU community – students, parents, alumni, faculty, and staff.

Stay tuned to the website for schedule and registration information as it becomes available in early fall. While we are working on details now, a few weekend highlights will include:

  • Alumni Awards
  • Class of 1964 50th Reunion
  • Platinum Reunion (celebrating the classes of 1944, 1949, 1954, and 1959)
  • All Campus BBQ
  • Academic Meetings/Programs
  • Alumni Interest Group Receptions
  • And much, much more!

Cèilidh Weekend 2013 was the best-attended Cèilidh Weekend yet! 

Alumni, parents, students and friends enjoyed awards ceremonies, lectures, campus traditions like the chili cook-off, an exciting football game (which the Tartans won in double overtime), reunions, and the first President's Address from Dr. Subra Suresh.

Cèilidh Weekend Flickr Highlights
We would also like to invite you to share your own photos on the official CMU facebook page.

If you have feedback on how to make Cèilidh Weekend 2014 even better please let us know.

Cèilidh 2012 Photo Highlights

Loyal Scot

Loyal Scots are alumni and students who not only make gifts to CMU each year, but all stay connected and involved with the university on an annual basis. Loyal Scots who attend Ceilidh Weekend will receive "plaid to the bone" pins and stickers in order to recognize and thank them for their continued support and dedication to Carnegie Mellon. 
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Questions?

Email ceil...@andrew.cmu.edu or call 1.866.401.9529.

What is Cèilidh?

Cèilidh [ka-le]: n. a Scottish Gaelic term meaning "visit," used to describe a celebration with stories and tales, poems and ballads, music and dance. Cèilidhs were traditionally hosted in the homes of family and friends.

Save the Date

Cèilidh Weekend 2014
October 9-12, 2014