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Homecoming Theme: Cultures of the world
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MONDAY

KARAOKE NIGHT @ 7PM ATHLETIC TEAM ROOM

TUESDAY

FOOD TRUCKS @ 11:30-1:00PM AGGIES CHALK THE WALK 4-7PM TAILGATE ZONE

WEDNESDAY

DOOR CONTEST JUDGING 3PM HOMECOMING DANCE @ 8PM HOLTER HALL

THURSDAY

OPSU MULTIcultural Festival 11-1PM PLAZA BONFIRE @ 8PM PRACTICE FIELD

FRIDAY

PEP RALLY & CORONATION IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING VOLLEYBALL GAME @ 6PM

SATURDAY

PARADE @ 11AM VOLLEYBALL GAME @ 12PM ALUMNI LUNCH @ 12:30PM TAILGATE @ 1PM FOOTBALL GAME @ 3PM ALL EVENTS HELD IN ANCHOR D ARENA & STADIUM

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Homecoming Royalty Nominations

Nomination Criteria:

  • Nominee must have completed 30 credit hours
  • Nominee must be in their second semester at OPSU
  • Nominee may not be previous royalty
  • Nominations must be made with students full name NO NICKNAMES (nominations will be thrown out)

Make Your Nomination Now!

Door Decorating Contest

Every year Panhandle State’s alumni, academic departments and student clubs decorate doors around campus in homecoming based themes that are judged for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes by a faculty, staff and student. If you are interested in participating in the door decorating contest please be sure to read the contest rules and complete an entry form.

Enter The door contest Now!

Homecoming Parade

Every year the Panhandle’s communities and merchants, in addition to Panhandle State’s alumni, academic departments and student clubs create homecoming theme based floats that are featured in the Homecoming Parade. If you are interested in participating with a float please be sure to complete an entry form, download and read the float rules and the float organization. Floats are categorized for the parade by: campus clubs and organizations, alumni, off-campus commercial business, and off-campus non-profit organization.

“Cultures of the World” is this year’s homecoming theme. The Student Government Association Homecoming Committee and Student Life would like to encourage students to think about the multiple cultures on campus and the pride we have in our university as you work on your parade floats. Themes must be school appropriate. Parade entries must be in by noon on Wednesday, September 22, 2021.

Online Parade Entry Form

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