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In August, John Carroll University welcomed students back to campus with the "Blue Streaks Are Back" celebration. Students may be settled into class now, but the celebration continues! Follow along with this page for the latest on-campus event highlights!

Upcoming Events

Boler & STEM Preview Day

Calling all high school students and families. Prepare to surprise the future at John Carroll University's Preview Day on Saturday, Nov. 6, 2021. 

Select from two focused tracks to learn more about JCU's award-winning STEM programs and the dual AACSB accredited Boler College of Business.

John Carroll graduates leap into the future with critical thinking and analytical skills that prepare them to embrace new technologies, trends, and opportunities. The value of a degree from JCU is reflected in our 44,000 alumni who lead businesses, affect change, and embrace their careers as nimble, thoughtful, and productive professionals.

The future will never surprise you with an education from JCU. Select your track below for a hands-on experience with our expert faculty and staff. 


Recent Events


John Carroll celebrated Homecoming and Family Weekend from Sept. 29 - Oct. 3. The festivities included: 


Wednesday, September 29

BlueStreak Blitz
11:30 am - 1 pm, Atrium, D.J. Lombardo Student Center

Thursday, September 30

G.O.L.D. Homecoming Happy Hour
6 – 8 pm, Pinstripes 11 Park Ave Suite 105, Beachwood, OH

Friday, October 1

Athletics Hall of Fame Dinner (invitation only)
10 pm, Tony DeCarlo Varsity Center

Homecoming Dance (current students only)
9 pm - Midnight, Great Lakes Science Center

Saturday, October 2

Family Weekend Information Table
8 am – 5 pm, Student Center Atrium

Parent/Family Morning Snack Pitstop

9 - 11 am, Student Center Atrium

JCU Blue Streaks Football Tailgate
8 am 1:15 pm, Belvoir Parking Lot

Intramural Homecoming and Family Weekend Cornhole Tournament
9:30am team registration, play begins at 10am, S. Belvoir Rd.

Homecoming and Family Weekend Street Fair

11 am - 1:30 pm, South Belvoir Street and Belvoir Parking Lot

Homecoming Court & Family Luncheon (invitation only)
11:45 am - 1pm, O'Dea Room

Varsity Football – JCU vs. Muskingum University
1:30 pm, Don Shula Stadium

Dewey McCarthy Weekend Events
Memorial Mass - 4:00 pm, Rodman Chapel

*Tailgate Cookout - 6:00 pm, Shula Stadium Plaza

Andrew “Dewey” McCarthy Scholarship Presentation

Honoring the 2003 Hall of Fame Team and Recent Inductees

Alumni Awards Dinner
5 – 10 pm, Dolan Science Center

JCU Men’s Soccer Game vs. Muskingum University
7 pm, Don Shula Stadium

Casino Night 
7 - 9pm, Student Center, LSC Conference Room

10:30p - midnight, Dolan Auditorium

Sunday, October 3

Homecoming and Family Weekend Mass
11am, DeCarlo Varsity Center

Homecoming and Family Weekend Brunch
11:30am - 1:00pm, Schott Dining Hall

Fall Open House


John Carroll welcomed prospective students and their families to University Heights on Saturday, Oct. 9. 


Career Services Events


John Carroll's Center for Career Services has been extremely active this fall, helping students prepare for their eventual professions with several events on campus. Their "Prepare Fair," "Meet the Recruiters Night," and "STEM Meet & Greets" have all been great opportunities for Blue Streaks to familiarize themselves with potential future employers and become comfortable in a business-like setting.


American College of Sports Medicine Initiative


The Exercise Science and Sports Studies program at John Carroll held events on the main quad from Oct. 6-8, encouraging students to participate in outdoor fitness activities as part of the American College of Sports Medicine Initiative. Jackie Zera, Associate Professor of Exercise Science at JCU, paved the way for the University's involvement in the initiative.


Outdoor Murphy Mass


On Wednesday, Oct. 23, Campus Ministry Outdoor Murphy Mass, which happens once each semester. The evening was capped off with catering from Swenson's. We're grateful to everyone who came together for this special evening.


Post-Graduate Volunteer Fair


Campus Ministry held its annual Post Graduate Volunteer Fair on Oct. 19. Over 20 service organizations were in attendance to show current students what their post-graduate options are if they are pursuing a career in the service of others.