#WelcomeHomeOC Campaign Kicks Off 

By Public Affairs | September 3, 2021
           

Chalk welcome home sign

We’re ready to celebrate the return to student life at OC! As we come back together, let’s share some kindness and support each other as our OC community grows. Visit the WelcomeHomeOC web page to view the growing gallery of social media content that is being shared to celebrate the return to campus and support our strong connections. While you’re on the page, you’ll get to know more about professors and instructors, staff, students, alumni and others in the broader OC community.

Join in and share content tagged #WelcomeHomeOC. We’re looking for positive and supportive messages to welcome everyone back into the OC family. Let’s celebrate our strong connections, what we’re looking forward to and what we want others to know about as we all come back together. If you’d like to participate, here’s a few ways you can do so: 

  1. Submit a 15-30 second video message with a personal message (or written message with photo) for students using the form on the website. Public Affairs will share this message to the main OC social channels on your behalf. 
  2. Submit a 15-30 second video message with a personal message (or written message with photo) for students and share it on social media with the hashtag #WelcomeHomeOC.
  3. Submit a 15-30 second video (or written message with photo) answering some, or all, of the fill-in-the-blank questions below using the form on the website. Public Affairs will share this message to the main OC social channels on your behalf. 
  4. Submit a 15-30 second video (or written message with photo) answering some, or all, of the fill-in-the-blank questions below and share it on social media with the hashtag #WelcomeHomeOC.

 

If I had to describe OC in one word, it would be __________________.
I missed ___________________ the most about being on campus.
When I came back into the office, the first thing I did was _______________.
This year, I can’t wait for students to experience ________________.
Whatever you do, don’t miss out on __________________.




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