Rutgers Homecoming 2007Join us for Homecoming each year and enjoy a pregame celebration that has something for the entire family, with plenty of fun, games, and giveaways. Complete the perfect outing by joining a stadium of fans to cheer the Scarlet Knights to victory! 

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was no official Rutgers Homecoming football game in 2020. The Homecoming celebration was held online and combined with Alumni Weekend on Oct. 16-17, 2020.

  • The 2019 Rutgers-New Brunswick Homecoming game was played Saturday, October 19 at Rutgers’ SHI Stadium. Final score: Minnesota 42, Rutgers 7.
  • The 2018 Homecoming game was played Saturday, October 20 at Rutgers’ Stadium. Final score: Northwestern 18, Rutgers 15.
  • The 2017 Homecoming game was held Saturday, October 21, with the Scarlet Knights hosting the Purdue Boilermakers at High Point Solutions Stadium. Final score: Rutgers 14, Purdue 12.
  • The 2016 Homecoming took place Saturday, October 15 at High Point Solutions Stadium. Final score: University of Illinois 24, Rutgers 7.

Photo: Livingston College alumni Marty Siederer, Bill Bauer, Iris Martinez-Campbell and Jason Goldstein celebrate at Homecoming 2007. Additional photos from Homecoming 2007.

Constitution & Bylaws

  • LAA Constitution
  • LAA Bylaws

Join Us

2006 Livingston Awards DinnerRutgers alumni interested in supporting the LAA’s goals of preserving the history and advancing the legacy of Livingston College are invited to join the LAA Executive Board and Council.

The board meets several times per year in person and by phone. So the board is not limited to Livingston College graduates or those who live in Central New Jersey.

Alumni may also be interested in serving on LAA committees without joining the board. These committees work on multiple projects throughout the year. Some examples are:

  • Planning the LAA’s awards and social events, including the annual All-Alumni Theater Events.
  • Selecting a student each year for the Riki Jacobs Livingston Pride Award.
  • Collecting and analyzing Livingston historical documents.

Interested in helping?  Please email LAA President Jeff Armus (jmarmus55@) for more information.

Pictured: LAA volunteers, friends and family honor Avery Brooks at the 2006 Livingston College Distinguished Alumni Awards.

LAA Archived News

Included here are pages that are not linked elsewhere on the site: 

    • LAA’s Debra O’Neal Discusses Support for Bond Act, UMDNJ Integration at Alumni Leaders Conference (November 3, 2012)
    • LAA Supported Camden Campus as Integral to Rutgers in 2012 (May 25, 2012)