KU’s 108th Homecoming will take place Sept. 28-Oct. 3, 2020.
Homecoming may look different this year, but we’re still excited to celebrate Jayhawk pride. Events have been reimagined and new events have been added.
On November 23, 1912, KU played its first Homecoming football game against well-established rivals the Missouri Tigers. Learn more about the storied history of KU Homecoming.
More Homecoming Information
Mark your calendar for a live-streamed performance by the Marching Jayhawks at 5:40 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 2, ending with a Team KC flyover at 6 p.m.
KYou Networking Week
One Jayhawk connection can change your world! Find virtual events to connect with fellow ’Hawks in a variety of industries.
Commemorate Homecoming and add to your collection with this year’s T-shirt, available in-store or online from the KU Bookstore.
Our free virtual Homecoming Bingo event brings Jayhawks together for a week-long game full of prizes, fun and nostalgia.
Hadl, Sayers honored
Bronze statues of legendary Kansas Football players John Hadl and Gale Sayers will be unveiled outside the Anderson Family Football Complex at halftime of the Jayhawks game on Oct. 3 vs. Oklahoma State.
Test your knowledge of Mount Oread’s art, icons and statues in our virtual Homecoming scavenger hunt—you can play whether you’re near or far.
Three Homecoming awards recognize outstanding students and alumni each year: the Ex.C.E.L. Award, the Spirit of 1912 Award, and the Jennifer Alderdice Homecoming Award.
Do you know when KU’s first Homecoming Parade was held? Have you heard of Dandelion Day? Learn more fun facts from past Homecoming celebrations.
KU introduced Homecoming themes in 1956. The first theme was “Songs for Victory.” The theme provides a basis for the week’s celebrations and helps guide events.
Find a complete record of past KU Homecoming football games including KU’s opponent, game scores, head coaches, attendance numbers and other fun facts.
Rock Chalk, Jayhawk!
Questions about Homecoming? Let us know!