Reunions and Street Party (Downtown Spartanburg): Parking will be available in the two parking garages downtown (on Dunbar Street and Church Street), which are within walking distance to all reunions and the Street Party, as well as any of the surrounding parking lots around the downtown area. On Campus: Parking will be available on campus and Memorial Drive. Parking will not be available on the main drive of campus. Handicapped
parking will be available.
Near Gibbs Stadium: Lots near Gibbs Stadium are Reserved Priority Parking for current Terrier Club members ($250 and above). General parking is also available at the lower end of Cummings Street and off of Twitty Street (from Pine Street).
Business casual is appropriate for all events during the weekend.
Central UMC on North Church Street (just a block from Wofford and the downtown activities) will be the site for child care during Homecoming Weekend. Childcare services will be offered both Friday and Saturday evenings from 6 - 11:30PM. Children ages infant to 12 years are welcome. The cost is $40 for the first child in your family, and each additional child is $20 per night. Many families have taken advantage of the service during previous Homecomings. Children must be pre-registered, and reservations must be made by October 21 by calling 864-597-4208 or printing the form from the web site at homecoming.wofford.edu and faxing it to 864-597-4219. Children will receive a Wofford t-shirt, a pizza dinner and snack. Movies and activities will be available. Parents will need to send any formula and bottles, baby food, “sippy cups”, diapers, a change of clothes or pajamas, blanket, small pillow, and favorite stuffed animal or doll (everything should be labeled). For more information and registration click here.
Wofford staff members are present at officially sponsored events to provide photo and video coverage for college publications and the web site. Please notify the photographer if you would prefer not to be included.
Wofford College upholds federal and State of South Carolina laws and local ordinances. Persons who are 21 years of age or older may possess and consume alcoholic beverages in fraternity houses, residence hall rooms, and apartments occupied by students who are at least 21 years of age. Alcoholic beverages may be consumed in designated areas such as the Village Green during special events, and the Ben Johnson Arena during the Terrier Ball.
» Greene and Marsh Halls are alcohol-free buildings.
» Walking across the campus with open containers is not permitted.
» Kegs and other common containers are not permitted.
Thank you for your cooperation in keeping Wofford a healthy and safe campus. Questions about Wofford College policy can be addressed to Randy Hall, Director of Campus Safety, at email@example.com.