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Homecoming Parade Registration


HOMECOMING 2022 - October 22 - "Roary's Game Night"
To participate in any Homecoming events, your organization must be a fully recognized organization at ECU and the Office of Campus Involvement. Contest results and Division Champion winners will be announced during football game on October 22, as well as posted updates throughout the week on the ECU social media. Decisions of the Office of Campus Involvement are FINAL. NOTE: The deadline for all Homecoming forms is September 29 by 5 p.m.


Monday

Banner Judging  

Paint Dodgeball- 6:00 p.m.  


Tuesday 

Penny wars- Each club/organization/athletic team/academic department will need to provide a large bucket to donate pennies to from 8-5 on October 18th . 


Wednesday  

Poster Making- From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. turn in gameday or ECU spirit posters to the Office of Campus Involvement.


Thursday 

Soccer game at 3:00 p.m. 

Volleyball game at 7:00 p.m. (Must have 10 people attending in high spirit ECU gear with face paint, check in at the ticket area)


Friday  

Pep Rally and Bonfire - Check in to receive a total of 100 points!  


Saturday  

Parade 11:00 a.m. 

Tailgating 12:30 p.m. ( 1st, 2nd, 3rd place will be voted on by tailgate attendees)  

GAME TIME 2:00 p.m. 


Special Projects  

Participating individuals will be asking if they can work with you to decorate the outside of your door. For each door decorated the team will receive 25 points per door but a max of 100 points. *Check instructions.

2022 COURT INFORMATION & APPLICATION - 2022 Homecoming Court Information



2022 HOMECOMING PARADE - October 22

  • Car entries are encouraged but will NOT be judged.
  • A first place will be awarded in each division.  There will not be an overall winner awarded.
  • The proper parade unit entry form must be turned in to The Office of Campus Involvement (University Center 152), on OCT 3rd, 2022 
  • Professional help of any kind in the planning or construction of the float or marching unit will result in automatic disqualification.
  • No float may be higher than 12 feet.
  • Each float must be able to move forward at a rate of 5 mph.

1.      Judging of Floats will be done in these areas:

a. Adhering to Homecoming Theme...................................................................... 50 pts.

b. Tiger Spirit............................................................................................................ 75 pts.

c. Craftsmanship/Originality................................................................................... 40 pts.

d. Walkers................................................................................................................ 35 pts.

Total                                                                                                      200 pts.

  • The parade will start at 11:00 a.m.  All groups entering the competition must check-in at 314 W 12th St. parking lot at their assigned time.  Late check-ins will result in a 15-point penalty. Remember!!  Check-ins and line up for the parade will take place at the assigned times on Saturday October 22nd.  All entries should be lined up and ready to go at their assigned time

  • Absolutely No Day of Parade Entries!!!

  • All units being judged in the parade must slow down but not stop while passing the judges' and maintain a 50-yard distance from the unit in front of them.

  • Candy, gum, etc., may NOT be thrown from any floats or cars.  Candy may be HANDED out from walking parade participants ONLY.

  • Floats should be decorated on both sides.

Contact

CONTACT

Michelle Allen, Coordinator
Student Leadership Development and Activities
Bill S. Cole University Center 152
580-559-5207
micaall1@ecok.edu