Caleb Cuthbertson & Brooke Yates
2015 Homecoming King & Queen
|All UNC-Greensboro students are encouraged to participate in the Homecoming King & Queen Contest. Candidates compete annually for this honor, which recognizes two UNCG students for their participation in campus life and their promotion of school spirit. The Homecoming King & Queen also represent the University at major events and on special occasions, and are among UNC-Greensboro’s most prominent student leaders. Winners will be required to plan and implement one major community service event during the 16-17 academic year. The selected King & Queen will be announced at Half-Time during the Homecoming Soccer Game on Saturday, October 22, 2016.|
Eligibility Requirements: All candidates must:
- Be enrolled at the University for the 2016-2017 academic year.
- Have attended the University for at least one semester.
- Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5
- Be in good disciplinary standing with the University.
- Must be sponsored by a recognized student group, residence hall, or other University sanctioned involvement opportunity.
- Must be at Junior status or above.
The Application includes an essay in response to the following questions:
- Essay Question #1: Why should you be selected as Homecoming King or Queen?
- Essay Question #2: If you are crowned Homecoming King or Queen, what idea or ideas do you have for the required community service project?
*Responses are to be typed, double-spaced and are not to exceed three pages (not including the cover page). Applicants also must include a listing of their on-campus co-curricular activities, including leadership, volunteer, and community service experiences. Resumes are gladly accepted, if available.
A panel of judges will interview all the candidates and review all eligible application packets and choose finalists. The interviews will take place the week of September 26, 2016. Finalists will then participate in an evening of creative expressions and questions and answers on Wednesday, October 19, 2016 at 7pm in the EUC Auditorium. The King and Queen will be judged in the areas of communication skills, leadership experience, campus involvement, interpersonal skills, creative explosion, and overall presentation.
Friday, September 23, 2016 @ 11:59 PM
Office of Multicultural Affairs Humanitarian Award – Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SPHE-UNCG)
Office of Leadership and Service-Learning Peer Leadership Educator of the Year – Briona Rivers
Elliott University Center Student Employee of the Year – Antonio “Tone” Roberson
New Student & Spartan Family Programs PFAC Scholarship – Karen Boger and Tia Blaze Jarrell
2015-2016 Student Groups of Excellence – Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Chi Upsilon Sigma, Neo Black Society, and UNCGGreen
Campus Activities & Programs
Emerging Student Leader – Matthew Kerr
Outstanding Student Leader – Regina Da Silva
Outstanding Student Group Advisor – Pierre Campbell, Chi Upsilon Sigma
Excellence in Innovation – Mystique Modeling Troupe
Excellence in Advocacy – Chi Upsilon Sigma
Excellence in Community Service – Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SPHE-UNCG)
Outstanding New Student Group – Percussion Club
Spartan Leadership Awards – Alexa Florencio-Picazo, Amik Chowdhury, Antonio Roberson, Brittany Archie, Caleb Cuthbertson, Danielle Teah, Elisven Saavedra, Kelsey Dorrill, Leslie Locklear, Tiffany Boley
Division of Student Affairs
Phillips-McCracken – Morgan Whisnant
Georgia Cooper Moore Service Award – Karen Boger, Sydney Cunningham, Elaina Gasparino, Tia Blaze Jarrell, Frederick Serrano Jimenez
James H. Allen Student Leader Scholarship – Anna Poteat, Elaina Gasparino
Pamela A. Wilson Memorial Scholarship – Tiaira Moragne
Mary Lib Manning Slate – Antonio Southern
Gladys Strawn Bullard Award – Tiffany Boley