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Nominations sought for Homecoming 2019 student royalty

group of students wearing sashes

Members of the 2018 Homecoming court gathered at Kickoff with the Prez.

Homecoming 2019: Come One. Come All. will be here soon, which means tons of chances to celebrate the many traditions and moments of pride of Illinois State through various events and programs. As a part of Homecoming, students can come together to nominate and represent their RSOs, departments, and organizations through this year’s Homecoming court.

Two students in crowns and sashes

Homecoming 2018 crowned royalty Leah Nolan and Issac Hollis.

Students who are a sophomore, junior, senior, or grad student can be nominated by themselves, another student, or an Illinois State faculty or staff member. Only one nomination is needed. Those who believe they know someone who is a proud Redbird student and positive impact on campus can submit royalty nominations through the Homecoming royalty website by Thursday, September 26. Nominees can also have been a member of a past Illinois State Homecoming court as long as they were not selected as king or queen. Once nominated, those that accept the nomination will be asked to complete an application that highlights leadership, campus involvement, Redbird pride, and Illinois State values. From these applications, students will be selected to go through an in-person interview before the final selections are made for Homecoming court.

Homecoming court will be announced on Monday, October 21 at Kickoff with the Prez. Voting for Homecoming king and queen will open through My.IllinoisState.edu following the announcement and close at noon on Friday, October 25. The king and queen will be crowned on Saturday, October 26 at Reggie’s Tailgate Tent.

Any questions regarding Homecoming royalty or Homecoming 2019 can be sent to Alumni@IllinoisState.edu.

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