Each year, student leaders are chosen to represent Wayne State University as members of the Homecoming Court. These individuals are selected by a panel of staff and faculty. Court members are selected based on their ability to exemplify the qualities of leadership, spirit, integrity, achievement and academic excellence through their contributions to the Wayne State University community.
Nomination of currently registered students only
Undergraduates shall have completed at least a minimum of 56 credit hours (24 at this university). Graduate students shall have accumulated at least 6 credit hours in the Graduate division of this university, unless they have at least 12 credits of undergraduate credit at this university.
2.75 GPA or higher
Be in good academic and conduct standing with WSU
Please note, the Dean of Students Office reserves the right to remove any court member who is not in good standing with or whose conduct reflects poorly on the university.
Self-nomination application must be completed on Get Involved.
All completed applications must be submitted by the deadline will be reviewed and scored by faculty and staff.
A select group of applicants will be chosen to receive an interview (virtual).
The top 8 candidates with the highest scores after the interviews will named to the 2020 Homecoming Court. All 8 candidates will be honored at Homecoming Week activities (Alternates will be selected but announced only if a court member cannot fulfill their obligations.).
Homecoming Court interviews will be held virtually on September 28 and 29. The judging panel consists of faculty and staff of Wayne State University. The 2020 Homecoming Court will be selected based on the application and interview. The Homecoming Court will be announced on Wednesday, September 30, via the Get Involved newsletter.
Those selected as court members will be required to attend the Homecoming football game functions, including the tailgate, football game and potentially other activities scheduled throughout the week. Professional attire will be required for some appearances. Appearances and service projects throughout the 2020-21 academic year will also be required. Each applicant must understand that these appearances are mandatory, and by accepting the court position, is also agreeing to fulfill them.
Applications are due no later than 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 23, via Get Involved. Only electronic submissions will be accepted.
For questions or more information, please contact Brandon Shamoun.