Among the highlights of the first alumni homecoming were the Curriculum Consultations of the three different departments (CE, ComE, and ECE) that simultaneously took place on the afternoon of July 4. The consultation was carried out among the faculty and alumni who were present in order to define feedbacks from the current curriculum of the college. It was also designed to make possible changes and adjustments in the curriculum to meet what the industry needs.
On the second day (July 5), a motorcade went through J.A. Clarin Street down to CPG North Avenue, Maria Clara, and Gallares Streets then back to HNU Dampas campus. The rest of the day was filled with fun and games at the Janssen Gymnasium. It was a get-together of all engineering alumni who came all the way from different places both locally and abroad. A business meeting was also conducted to organize an Engineering Alumni Association. This was attended by the HNU Alumni Director, Ms. Eurea Gutierrez together with Mrs. Marieta Corales, an officer of the HNU Alumni Association. An election of officers was established to officially form the Engineering Alumni Association.
Lastly, the FEAH concluded on July 6 with a Coastal Clean-up project at the SVD Beach in Libaong, Panglao, Bohol followed with a Family Day celebration.
The alumni homecoming was organized to welcome back graduates and former students of the College of Engineering of then Divine Word College of Tagbilaran now Holy Name University. It was also a way to further ties of the alumni to their fellow alumni and more importantly, to give link to possible job opportunities and career advancement to future graduates of the college. More than 80 alumni came to the first homecoming and part of this undertaking, a tracer study was also initiated to come up with a thorough update on the whereabouts of engineering alumni. The College of Engineering of Holy Name University had proudly produced successful engineers and also successful entrepreneurs in the past 20 years since the first batch of Civil Engineering graduates in the year 1988, 11 years and 9 years since the first batch of Computer Engineering and ECE, respectively.