2022 Homecoming Theme Submissions, Parade Marshal Nominations Sought for Nov. 3-5 Event

January 10, 2022

Alondra Salas

Northwestern Oklahoma State University’s Homecoming Committee is accepting parade marshal nominations and homecoming theme submissions for fall 2022 homecoming. Deadline for both entries is Friday, Feb. 18. Pictured is the winner of the Miss Cinderella pageant, Alondra Salas of Ringwood, waving to the crowd during the 2021 Homecoming Parade

The annual contest to select a homecoming theme and parade marshal for the 2022 Alva/Northwestern Oklahoma State University Homecoming has begun and is open to the public. Deadline for submitting entries is noon Friday, Feb. 18.

This year’s Homecoming will be celebrated Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 3-5, 2022.

Theme suggestions must be limited to 10 words or fewer and should be something that can be illustrated through designs for floats, as well as dorm and campus building decorations. The person who submits the winning theme will receive $25 in Alva Area Chamber of Commerce Chamber Bucks.

Persons nominated for parade marshal must have a significant connection, current or past, to Northwestern, whether as a student, faculty member, staff member, coach, administrator or friend of the university.

Nominations may be turned in to Dr. David Pecha, homecoming chair, on the second floor of Herod Hall, or by emailing him at dmpecha@nwosu.edu. Suggestions also may be submitted for both theme and parade marshal by visiting www.nwosu.edu/forms/homecoming-theme-form.

For a listing of previous themes and parade marshals visit www.nwosu.edu/homecoming. The page will be updated as details are finalized.


Erin Davis, University Relations Specialist
eedavis@nwosu.edu 580-327-8480

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