Homecoming Banner Competition
Coordinated by the Student Veterans Center
To use your organization's talents and creativity to develop a creative banner that reflects the Homecoming theme.
- Entry is open to any residence hall, Greek chapter or Recognized Student Organization. One entry per participating organization. Each Greek chapter in an assigned Greek group is responsible for submitting their own banner to be judged on an individual basis.
- Entry forms must be submitted by Thursday, October 22, 2020, before 4 p.m. online.
- MAXIMUM size allowed is an extra-long twin sized bed sheet, which is four (4) feet by eight (8) feet. Banners will be disqualified if they are larger.
- The design description must be submitted at the time of entry. Designs will be reviewed for duplication. Acceptance of designs will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
- Absolutely NO GLITTER is allowed on banners. Banners with glitter will be disqualified.
- The banner must be delivered DRY to the ASUN Office (136 Nebraska Union) anytime between 10:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., Wednesday, October 28, 2020. No late entries will be accepted.
- Name of the residence hall, Recognized Student Organization or Greek chapter (only one name on the banner as this is not a group project) must be prominent and easily identifiable on the banner.
- The banner is to be picked up and displayed outside the Greek chapter or residence hall by no later than Friday, October 30, 2020. Banners must be displayed from Oct. 30 through Nov. 7, 2020. If banners are not picked up they will be disposed of after November 13, 2020.
The judges reserve the right to disqualify any groups for distasteful banners. All decisions of the judges and the Homecoming Steering Committee are final. All banners become the property of the Homecoming Steering Committee. Any questions can be directed to ASUN at 402-472-2581.
A Note on Sportsmanship: The Big Ten Spectator Code of Sportsmanship should be referenced when deciding the theme and content of a display. Entries will be judged on their ability to "respect the athletic history and traditions of each opponent," and "avoid negative comments and gestures that dishonor the teams, their schools and the Big 10" as well as the other criteria of style, creativity, originality, Husker spirit, capacity to capture and incorporate the theme and organization representation.