UNT President with Homecoming Royalties

Royalty

Homecoming Royalty is a student who serves as a role model of and for the University's diverse student body. The expectation is that they exhibit qualities such as leadership and upstanding character, a commitment to academic and extracurricular success, and a drive to make a contribution to or have a positive impact on the campus. The student selected as the 2020 Homecoming Royalty should be a positive representation of the University of North Texas student body. Voting for Homecoming Royalty has closed.

2020 Homecoming Royalty Information Packet 


Get to Know the 2020 Homecoming Court

This year we hosted a live Meet & Greet on Wednesday, November 4 at 4:00pm. Check out the recap below to learn more about your 2020 Homecoming Court!

Read about the candidates and their Campus Impact Projects:

2020 Homecoming Court Bios 


Homecoming Court Qualifications

Ten students will be selected to represent the University on the Homecoming Court. In order to be eligible to apply for Homecoming Court, a student must: 

  • Be nominated by a registered student organization or University-sponsored group (e.g., North Texas Cheer, an intercollegiate athletic team, Eagle Ambassadors)
    • Organizations/groups may only nominate one candidate 
    • The nominee must be a current member of the organization/group 
  • For graduate students:
    • Must have earned 18 UNT credit hours at the time of application
    • Must have a 3.0 cumulative UNT GPA
  • For undergraduate students:
    • Must have earned at least 30 UNT credit hours at the time of application 
    • Must have at least a 2.75 cumulative UNT GPA
    • Be enrolled as a full-time student, unless graduating in December 2020
  • Be in good conduct standing with the University 
  • Not have been on Homecoming Court in previous years 
  • Not be a member of the 2020 Homecoming Crew 

Homecoming Royalty Recognition

One of the goals of the Homecoming Crew was to increase the prestige of the position and recognition for the student deserving of the honor. As such, Student Activities has committed to recognizing Royalty in the following ways: 

  • $1,000 one-time funding towards a campus-impact project 
  • Brick with Royalty's name installed at the Alumni Pavilion 
  • Digital media campaign promoting the winner 
  • Opportunity to represent the University as speaking engagements on and off-campus 

2019 Court Bios 

2018 Court Bios