Show your CSC spirit and support by coming to the Coronation for the 2014 Homecoming! It will take place on Thursday, October 2, 2014 in the Chadron State College Armstrong Gym. We will also announce the winners of the Royalty Competition and also the Bed Sheets during the coronation.
The royalty competition will include elections for a Homecoming King and Queen. Each organization is asked to sponsor a Homecoming King and Queen candidate.
Only CSC juniors or seniors are eligible to be nominated for royalty. Junior status, as determined by the Homecoming Committee, is defined as a student who has completed at least 60 semester hours of credit. The nominee must also be a member of an organization and be able to attend all Homecoming activities including Royalty Recognition, Spirit Rally, Parade, Football game (CSC Football players are eligible for candidacy), and dance.
The winners of the Royalty Competition will be determined by popular vote of the CSC student body. The Constitutional Court of the Student Senate/CAB will conduct homecoming elections. Each student should receive a message on their e-mail account to explain how to submit the royalty candidate and the process of voting. Nominations must be submitted by September 22, 2014 at 5:00 PM. Nominations will not be accepted after this time.
Each royalty candidate will have his/her picture taken by College Relations on Wednesday, September 24th and Thursday, September 25th between 11:00 AM and noon in the Crites Basement Lobby. The photos of each candidate will then be displayed during voting, so watch for the message on your e-mail account.
Elections will open: 9:00 AM Friday, September 26, 2014
Elections will close: 12:00 PM Thursday, September 30, 2014
Chadron State College Student Senate/CAB reserves the right to decline any nomination that does not meet the criteria mentioned above. Any questions regarding royalty guidelines can be answered by contacting the Student Senate/CAB at (308)432-6386.
Voting instructions: All CSC students will receive a unique link that will allow them to vote once. Students should watch their Eagle Mail account for this message. The message cannot be forwarded to others to allow them to vote.