The application deadline for the 2013 Homecoming Committee is extended to Friday, October 26 at noon. If you would like to assist with the planning of USC Upstate’s largest campus-wide event, be sure to submit your application online before the deadline.
The Homecoming Committee would like to increase student involvement with the planning of Homecoming 2013. This committee is chaired by the Director of Student Life, and will include 10 students* and faculty/staff from a variety of University departments. In previous years, members of the Campus Activities Board (CAB), Greek Life, Residence Halls Association (RHA), Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Student Alumni Council (SAC) and Student Government Association (SGA) were represented on the Homecoming Committee, but we would like to open participation to a larger number of students. If you have an interest in event planning and have school spirit you are encouraged to apply!
Click here to apply for the 2013 Homecoming Committee. The deadline for applications has been extended to Friday, October 26 at noon.
Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Have and maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA at time of application and during tenure on the committee
- Be enrolled as a USC Upstate student during the 2012-2013 academic year
- Be in good social and academic standing with the University
- Attend all meetings. Meetings will occur every Wednesday at 1 p.m., in the Office of Student Life beginning October 31st and continuing through the week before Homecoming. Meetings will not occur when classes are not in session.
- Support and promote all Homecoming events before, during, and after Homecoming Week.
Student members of the Committee will be allowed to participate in Spirit Competition events with their organizations (if applicable), but are NOT eligible to be nominated for Homecoming Court.
For additional information, please contact the Office of Student Life at (864) 503-5122.
*The number of students could fluctuate based on the number/quality of applications.