Pre-game Festival Packages

Make sure you purchase your packages online in advance to get the best price.

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We also need volunteers to help make the day run smoothly. There are various 2-hour shifts that would allow you to still enjoy the festivities.

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Parking

Parking is free on campus on the weekends. The most convenient location to park for the festival will be the State College Parking StructureOpens in new window .

Resources

Homecoming 2017, Dec. 2 — 2 p.m.

Celebrate the 60th in Style with the whole community!

This is one Homecoming celebration that you don’t want to miss! We’ve combined the excitement of our 10th annual Homecoming with the celebration of Cal State Fullerton’s 60th Anniversary to create a series of memorable events for six decades of Titan families to enjoy.

The anchor of the week is the biggest ever Pre-game Festival. This year's event will feature iconic games in the Decades Village, a skating rink, and a sled run with real snow in Diamond Ice Village, food trucks and a beer garden at the Reunion Tent. The day concludes by cheering on the Titans men’s basketball team versus Cal Lutheran at 6 p.m. in Titan Gym.

Food & Beverage

Food is important for every celebration, so we are bringing in some heavy hitters. This year's food will be provided by:

  • Taco Bell
  • In-N-Out Burger
  • Pink's Hot Dogs

Beer provided by Bootleggers Brewery and wine will be available in the Reunion Tent this year for $5 per drink ticket from 2 - 5:15 p.m. Those wishing to purchase drink tickets must have also purchased a meal.

Reunion Tent/Beer Garden

Gather with Titans from across generations in our reunion tent and beer garden. Spaces within the tent will be reserved for groups to gather between activities. Spaces are reserved for these groups this year:

  • Associated Students/Student Government
  • Child & Adolescent Studies Alumni
  • College of Communications
  • College of Business
  • College of Education
  • College of Engineering & Computer Science
  • College of Health & Human Devleopment
  • College of Natural Science & Mathematics
  • Daily Titan
  • Founding Titans (graduates of 1957 - 1969)
  • Male Success Initiative
  • Pi Kappa Alpha
  • Sigma Pi
  • Vision & Visionaries Recipients

Decade Village

A tent for each decade that CSUF has been around. Check out some of the iconic activities in each tent

  • 1960s - Giant Twister tournaments with Tuffy Bobblehead prize for winner (times TBD) and football toss
  • 1970s - Make your own pet rock station, giant lite brite, Uno tournaments (times TBD) with Tuffy Bobblehead prizes
  • 1980s - Classic video games - Ms. Pacman (cocktail table style), Centipede, Frogger, Donkey Kong; giant Plinko
  • 1990s - Flubber; giant Jenga
  • 2000s - Game truck with modern console games; virtual reality station with a chance to experience all the decades
  • 2010s - Selfie station with props from decades; giant yard pong

University Expo

Get a glipse of current university life by checking out all of the different booths featuring student cultural organizations, sports clubs, professional groups, faternities/sororities, and more.

Visit every table for a chance to win a Titan Pride spirit pack.

You will also be able to sign up to take a tour of campus or some of our newer specific buildings:

  • All of campus
  • Residence Halls
  • Speech and hearing clinic
  • Titan Student Union
  • Mihaylo College of Business & Economics
  • Student Recreation Center

Other Activities

Around the festival spaces you will also have the opportunity to experience a wide range of fun activities such as:

HOMECOMING WEEK ACTIVITIES

There are a wide range of events happening throughout Homecoming week at various locations on campus. Be sure to check out as many as you can.

Monday, November 27

7 p.m. | Women’s Basketball vs. Denver | Titan Gym

You can purchase tickets to the game on the Athletics Ticketing websiteOpens in new window

Wednesday, November 29

12 - 1 p.m. | DIY Homecoming T-shirt | TSU Grand Stair Studio

Give your Homecoming shirt some bedazzling flair at this crafty event. The first 18 students will receive a free Homecoming Pre-game Festival package including the T-shirt to decorate. For more information contact Cristina Medina (crmedina@fullerton.edu) or call 657-278-2468

3 - 4 p.m. | Woolly Mammoth Skeleton Unveiling | Titan Student Union

Orange County resident John Gregg and his Gregg Family Foundation recently donated a woolly mammoth fossil to the university. Join us as we unveil Tuffy's ancient ancestor in its new home in the Titan Student Union. Read all about itOpens in new window .

Thursday, November 30

8 p.m. | Theatre Performance: Bell, Book & Candle | James D. Young Theatre

Mature Audiences: In 1950, Rex Harrison starred on Broadway in Bell, Book and Candle and this clever comedy has been bewitching audiences ever since! Gillian Holroyd actually casts spells and performs feats of supernaturalism. She even casts a spell over an unattached publisher and he falls head over heels in love with her. Unfortunately, as it turns out, witches can’t fall in love which presents a clear and crazy conundrum for dear Gillian. Can she break off with her companions in witchery and woo her handsome publisher? Purchase TicketsOpens in new window

8 p.m. | Vision & Visionaries Reunion | Summit House

Invitation Only: This gathering of CSUF's most distinguished alumniOpens in new window is reuniting Titan greats from across generations. Look for a new class of Vision & Visionaries coming in 2018.

Friday, December 1

5 p.m. | ASI Electric Pep Rally | SRC Basketball Court

This student event will feature performances by current CSUF students, caricature artist, body art, photo booth and free food. The first 250 students will receive a voucher to redeem for a student package at the Homecoming Pre-game Festival and an entry into our opportunity drawing for a free Spring 2018 parking pass.

8 p.m. | Fullerton Jazz Orchestra Concert | Joseph Meng Concert Hall

"Diz, Miles and Clifford" with trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos. Directed by Bill Cunliffe. Purchase TicketsOpens in new window

8 p.m. | Theatre Performance: Bell, Book & Candle | James D. Young Theatre

Mature Audiences: In 1950, Rex Harrison starred on Broadway in Bell, Book and Candle and this clever comedy has been bewitching audiences ever since! Gillian Holroyd actually casts spells and performs feats of supernaturalism. She even casts a spell over an unattached publisher and he falls head over heels in love with her. Unfortunately, as it turns out, witches can’t fall in love which presents a clear and crazy conundrum for dear Gillian. Can she break off with her companions in witchery and woo her handsome publisher? Purchase TicketsOpens in new window

Saturday, December 2

1 p.m. | ASI/Student Government Leadership Reunion | Titan Student Union

Current and past student government leaders connect with tours of the new facility and conversations about student government today. RSVP for the ASI Reunion MixerOpens in new window

2 p.m. & 8 p.m. | Theatre Performance: Bell, Book & Candle | James D. Young Theatre

Mature Audiences: In 1950, Rex Harrison starred on Broadway in Bell, Book and Candle and this clever comedy has been bewitching audiences ever since! Gillian Holroyd actually casts spells and performs feats of supernaturalism. She even casts a spell over an unattached publisher and he falls head over heels in love with her. Unfortunately, as it turns out, witches can’t fall in love which presents a clear and crazy conundrum for dear Gillian. Can she break off with her companions in witchery and woo her handsome publisher? Purchase TicketsOpens in new window

2:30 p.m. | Health & Human Development Open House | Education Classroom Building 2nd Floor

Connect with friends old and new at HHD's fiesta-themed Homecoming celebration featuring complimentary food and beverages, updates from the Counseling department, and more.

For more information or to RSVP to HHD's homecoming event, please contact HHD Development Coordinator Diana Serna at (657) 278-2979 or dserna@fullerton.edu.

6 p.m. | Men’s Basketball vs. Cal Lutheran | Titan Gym

If you aren’t purchasing a Pre-game Festival package, you can purchase tickets to the game on the Athletics Ticketing websiteOpens in new window

Weeklong Activities

Book Donation Drive | Drop off at College Park 500; Education Classroom 379; at the Pre-game Festival

Donate new or gently used books for children from birth to adolescence. For every book collected during the book drive, the college will donate a new book to its international partner schools (Puerto Rico, Haiti, Guadalajara). This program is coordinated by the College of Education. Questions? Contact Dr. Teresa Crawford tcrawford@fullerton.edu

Food Drive | Drop off at the Pre-game Festival

This food drive is sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Questions? Contact Assistant Dean, Connie Moreno-Yamashiro at camoreno@fullerton.edu

Camp Titan Toy Drive | Drop off at the Pre-game Festival

Bring an unwrapped toy for children ages 7 - 14 such as action figures, dolls, sports equipment, Legos or backpacks. Questions? Contact Drew Wiley dwiley@fullerton.edu

Sponsors 

TITLE

Liberty Mutual

REUNION TENT

H&R Block

60TH DIAMOND ICE VILLAGE

Toyota

Aramark

SUPPORTING
Taco Bell In-N-Out Burgers Bootleggers
BOOTH
Verizon American Automobile Association (AAA)
Century 21 Discovery C.O.R.E Physical Therapy
Bourbon Street Restaurant

BioNutritional Research Group, Inc.