Minnesota State Mankato is cancelling 2020 Homecoming Week festivities in an effort to keep students and campus community safe during the pandemic. In place of Homecoming activities, the University is hosting Spirit Month from Sept. 28 through Oct. 29. Although no one wants to miss the traditions associated with Homecoming, Spirit Month will provide similar opportunities for students and alumni to share their Maverick pride, engage with the University and have fun in a safe, socially distanced way.
"Homecoming allows you to become a part of something bigger than yourself. Don't miss out!" - Erin Heath '92
Spirit Month will highlight many of the unique traditions at Minnesota State University, Mankato, as well as, new opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to feature their Maverick spirit and Pride. Spirit Month will run September 28 – October 29.
A list of Homecoming traditions and events including the Bonfire, T-Shirt Sales, Medallion Hunt and more.
The schedule of events for Homecoming at Minnesota State Mankato. Including Football, Parade, Concert, and more.
Join the variety of Homecoming Competitions teams. Info includes registration, rules, and more
Annual Homecoming Concert. Past artists include B.o.B, Jerrod Neimann, T-Pain, Fetty Wap and more.
The Minnesota State Mankato Homecoming Parade is a university tradition. Held near the Minnesota State Mankato campus on the Saturday of Homecoming before the football game.