Penn State's Grand Marshal is Keegan-Michael Key!
The mission of Penn State Homecoming is to celebrate tradition and instill pride in all members of the Penn State family through active engagement of students, alumni, faculty and staff across the community.
We believe that the traditional sense of a homecoming celebration encompassing a parade and football game has evolved, and strive to set a new standard for homecoming celebrations.. Penn State Homecoming organizes a number of exciting events in the spring and fall semesters culminating with the events of Homecoming Week.
Penn State Homecoming is one of the largest student-run homecoming organizations in the country, which aims to celebrate tradition and instill pride in all members of the Penn State family through active engagement of students, alumni, faculty and staff across the community. Our organization is comprised of nearly 400 student volunteers who donate their time to creating a multitude of events that make the Homecoming celebration a yearlong event.
Students work with many Penn State organizations, alumni, corporate sponsors, and various community members to help make Homecoming Week and our other annual events successfully occur. Homecoming maintains lasting relationships with those in and outside of Penn State University to ensure a successful celebration each year.
Tailgating Competition: https://homecoming.psu.edu/Alumni/TailgateCompetition
Football Parking: http://www.gopsusports.com/genrel/012915aaf.html
Football Schedule: http://www.gopsusports.com/sports/m-footbl/sched/psu-m-footbl-sched.html
Football tickets: http://www.gopsusports.com/tickets/m-footbl-tickets.html
Homecoming has been a tradition at Penn State since our first Homecoming game was played on October 9, 1920, against Dartmouth. Ninety-three years later we continue to celebrate our traditions, by participating in many events each year, and creating a legacy to shape the future .