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Schedule for MTSU Homecoming 2014 Announced


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Homecoming at MTSU will take place October 18, coinciding with the Blue Riders’ game against the University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers.

“Homecoming is really just a welcome back for all MTSU’s alumni,” said Gabrielle Woodland, the Student Government Association’s Vice President of Campus Relations. She called the college tradition “one of the first huge events that take place on campus that will bring all the students together.”

Applications to run for Homecoming king or queen are due by Monday, Sept. 8 at 4:00 p.m. Qualified Candidates may begin campaigning on the Friday the 19th.

Elections run from Monday, Sept. 29th through Thursday, Oct. 2. Results will be published the following day.

King and Queen will be announced during halftime at the Blazers game.

For further information, contact the SGA Homecoming Director, October Henson, at or by phone at 615-898-2537.

Full list of dates:

Date What’s Happening When/Where
September 2 Candidate Election Packets Released Student Union room 306
September 8 Election Packets Due 4:00 p.m.Student Union room 306
September 11 Candidate Eligibility Announced via email
September 11 Banner and Table Signups Begin
September 17 Mandatory Meeting for Qualified Candidates 6:00 p.m. Student Union room 220
September 18 Banners due 4:00 p.m. Student Union room 306
September 19 Campaigning begins 12:01 a.m.
September 29 Voting opens
October 2 Voting closes
October 3 Election results announced
October 18 Homecoming Court

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