Gold Rush: Supply Drive

All Week Service Drive: Monday, September 23 – Friday, September 27 @ Noon

This will be a week-long supply drive. Each item that is donated will be worth a different amount of points. All items donated will be delivered to Hilltop Neighborhood House at the end of the week. All donations can be dropped off in the student organization suite. Please bring all donations in a box or bag that is labeled with your team/organization name by noon on Friday, September 27! 

 

Spirit Section: Mural Painting

Sunday, September 22, 12:00PM 

You can begin picking-up paint markers from the Union Welcome Desk at noon on Sunday. All murals must be done by noon on Wednesday, September 25. Your window location will be given to you on Sunday, September 22.

**Any inappropriate or distasteful paintings, or violations, will be removed and disqualify a team immediately. You may not advertise for a Homecoming Court nominee.

 

Mascot Rally: Gnome Hunt

Monday, September 23-Friday, September 27, All around campus

All-day, all around, all team members are encouraged to participate. Each team will be given a plain garden gnome to decorate. Teams are encouraged to decorate the gnome to represent their team. Gnomes will be placed all around campus. Throughout the day participants must find gnomes and turn them into the Student Organization Suite where they will be entered for a prize. Each gnome is worth 10 points, additional points will be awarded to the top 3 best-dressed mascots. 

 

Heart of Gold: Blood Drive

Tuesday, September 24, 12:00PM – 6:00PM, Union Ballrooms

Thank you for having a heart of gold! Partnering with the American Red Cross we are happy to sponsor this Blood Drive to help save lives! See here for information on how to sign up to donate & volunteer.

 

Going for the Gold: Tricycle Race

Wednesday, September 25, 8:00PM, East Quad

Ever heard of the Indy 500? The “Going for the Gold” race will blow you away! Come support your team in the tricycle race around the quad! Your team will need 5 people to participate in the race. Additional points for attendees will be awarded.

 

Good as Gold: Campus Cook-Off

Thursday, September 26, 6:00PM, Cafe Patio

Join us for the annual campus cook-off and see which team can make the best savory or sweet treat! You can win crowd favorite or aim to impress our celebrity judges! (look inside the packet for secret ingredient)

 

Crusader Kickoff

Friday, September 27, 6:00PM – 8:00PM, West Lawn

Come out for a night of food, live music, and school spirit. There will be food trucks with dinner for purchase & the Homecoming Court will be announced & winning Homecoming Teams declared! 

 

All that Glitters is Gold Homecoming Fireworks

Friday, September 27, 8:30pm, South Chapel Lawn

 

 

Homecoming Street Fair

Saturday, September 28, 11:00AM – 1:00PM, Brown Field

Tailgate before the Homecoming Game. Many different groups will be represented with tents, food, and activities!

 

Football Game and Crowning the Homecoming Royalty

Saturday, September 28, 1:00PM, Brown Field

Teams must register by Monday, September 16, 2019. Please fill out the team registration form.

For detailed information on the week-long competition and events please visit the Homecoming Packet.

Candidate and voting information will be made available on Tuesday, September 24..

Be sure to vote for Homecoming Court by noon on Friday, September 27. Only current undergraduate students can vote, and you must be logged into your student Valpo account. Any votes from non-current students or from non-student email accounts will be discarded.

Vote Here

 

 

Name: 

Team:

Hometown:

Major:

Graduating:

How have you completed 20 hours of community service in the last 6 months?

What does school spirit mean to you? How do you promote it around campus?

What is one goal you would like to accomplish in your lifetime and why?

Why should your classmates vote for you? Why should you represent Valparaiso University as this years Homecoming King/Queen? much to me.

 

 

 

Name: 

Team:

Hometown: 

Major:

Graduating:

How have you completed 20 hours of community service in the last 6 months? 

What does school spirit mean to you? How do you promote it around campus?

What is one goal you would like to accomplish in your lifetime and why?

Why should your classmates vote for you? Why should you represent Valparaiso University as this years Homecoming King/Queen? 

 

 

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