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Homecoming: October 1-7, 2017

HOMECOMING OFFICE DECORATING COMPETITION

HOMECOMING OFFICE DECORATING COMPETITION

When: Homecoming Week, October 1 - 7Homecoming Office Decorating

Where: Your Office

Who: Any Campus Office

Why: Bragging rights and lunch for best overall decorated office, most spirited office, and most creative office.

Details: Register online by Friday, September 29. Judges will review all registered offices on Tuesday, October 3 between 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Offices will be judged on creativity, originality, construction and utilization of this year's theme. Office decorating can range from individual offices to front desk/reception areas to an entire office space. The winner will be announced on Thursday, October 5 on the UNI Homecoming page, and also notified directly by the Homecoming committee. Contact Bill Henninger by email or phone at 319-273-6383 with questions.

Contacts

CONTACTS


Ashley Adams

Student Life
CAB Advisor

Mike Bobeldyk
Student Life
Homecoming Chair

Mallorie Huebner
CAB Homecoming Executive

Christina Danielsen
Advancement Division
Sponsorship

Erica Eischen
Department of Residence
Residence Activities

Andy Fuchtman
College Hill Partnership Liaison

Brian Hadley
Facilities

Shawna Haislet
Student Wellness Services
Health Promotion

Connie Hansen
Student Life
Parade

Sarah Harms
Athletics Liaison

Maureen Hart
Homecoming Parade Director

Bill Henninger
Faculty Representative

Amanda Jahnke Sauer
University Relations
Communications and Website

Doug Johnson
College Hill Partnership Liaison

Amy Mohr
Advancement Division
Reunions, Colleges Liaison, Alumni Tailgate

Coree Burton
Department of Residence
Residence Activities

Janet Paul
Dining Services Liaison

Leslie Prideaux
Advancement Division
Homecoming Chair

Amanda Ubben
Advancement Division
Advancement Activities and Alumni Tailgate

Officer Craig Skilling
Public Safety Liaison

Homecoming

Homecoming Parade

The 2018 Homecoming Parade is set for Saturday, Oct. 20!

The parade is a great way to bring together the university, its alumni and community to celebrate the past, present and future of UNI. If you’d like to participate in this year's parade, please fill out the forms noted below and submit by Oct. 5, 2018. Please contact Homecoming Parade Director Shelby Schroeder with any questions.

Sign up to be a part of the 2018 parade by downloading a parade entry form (below).

We look forward to seeing you there!

Parade Entry Form Downloads

Bookstore Logo

Homecoming Parade Entry Form
(Please complete an entry form for EACH individual entry)

Parade Regulations and Liability Waiver
(All parade entries must complete one parade regulations and waiver form)

Entry Description/Emcee Information 
(All parade entries must complete one parade regulations and waiver form) 

Golf Cart Usage Agreement 
(Only UNI student groups/orgs must complete this form)

2018 Parade Information

2018 Homecoming Parade Committee

2018 Parade Route Map

FAQs

Limited supplies will be provided and available to student organizations building floats: tag board, zip ties, painter’s tape, cardboard, TempraPaint, foam paint brushes, scissors, tape measure, yard stick, string, staple guns and duct tape (for cardboard), paper rotary rack (20 rolls), permanent markers, wire cutters, rubber cement, markers, exacto knife and blades, plastic tarps.

Additional supplies that student organizations may want to bring: extra cardboard, streamers, chicken wire, tissue paper, colored napkins, fringe, pipe cleaners, battery operated lights, wrapping paper, yarn, balloons, foil, stencils, floral, garland.

NOTE: Duct tape cannot be used to tape anything to the golf carts. No painting the actual golf cart. Items can be pre-painted and attached to cart.

Standard two-seat golf cart dimensions: length = 94.5" / width = 47" / height = 45.7" / height with canopy/suntop = 68.5"

Contacts

Ashley Adams
Student Life
Student Activities

Mike Bobeldyk
Student Life
Homecoming Chair

Daniel Brunscheen
CAB

Christina Danielsen
Advancement Division
Sponsorship

Erica Eischen
Department of Residence
Residence Activities

Andy Fuchtman
College Hill Partnership Liaison

Brian Hadley
Facilities

Shawna Haislet
Student Wellness Services
Health Promotion

Connie Hansen
Student Life
Parade

Sarah Harms
Athletics Liaison

Shelby Schroeder
Homecoming Parade Director

Bill Henninger
Faculty Representative

Amanda Jahnke Sauer
University Relations
Communications and Website

Doug Johnson 
College Hill Partnership Liaison

Amy Mohr
Advancement Division
Reunions, Colleges Liaison, Alumni Tailgate

Coree Burton
Department of Residence
Residence Activities

Janet Paul
Dining Services Liaison

Leslie Prideaux
Advancement Division
Homecoming Chair

Amanda Ubben
Advancement Division
Advancement Activities and Alumni Tailgate

Officer Craig Skilling
Public Safety Liaison

Visitor Information

Cedar Falls Tourism

This project is sponsored in part by the Cedar Falls Tourism and Visitors Bureau. For area information visit cedarfallstourism.org or call 800-845-1955.

Homecoming Safety Tips

  • Have a plan! Be responsible.

  • Surround yourself with people who have your best interest in mind.

  • Keep an eye on your friends. Never travel alone.

  • Leave with the group you came with.

  • Be aware of what’s going on around you at all times.

  • If you choose to drink alcohol, eat a substantial meal before you drink; pace your drinks to 1 drink per hour; measure your drinks; determine in advance not to exceed a set number of drinks; and avoid shots & drinking games.

  • Trust your instincts. If you feel unsafe or uncomfortable for any reason, call for help. In case of an emergency, call 911.

  • Need a ride? Don’t forget about the Weekend SafeRide, a free bus ride to campus residence halls, major apartment complexes, College Hill and Main Street between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. every Friday and Saturday night. 

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