Groundhog Alumni Events

Official Irving Party

All Alumni are invited to attend the Groundhog party at the Madonna Basketball Courts on campus! Join us on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 at the Party in the Park. Ticket sales will be announced during the fall 2017 semester. 

Regional Events

Want to host Groundhog at your home or a venue of your choosing? Do it! You select the date and location, and UD Alumni Relations will help you to publicize the event to alumni in your area. Regional Groundhog events will be "dutch," meaning that attendees should pay for their own expenses.

To see a listing of all current regional parties, click here.

To have your Groundhog event promoted, please contact us at udalum@udallas.edu.

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