One of the many traditions associated with Homecoming is the selection of the Homecoming Court. Ten students will be named to the court by a student body vote and will lead Homecoming activities for students during the celebration week. From the Court, a king and queen will be selected to reign over the weekend activities.
All full-time undergraduate students are eligible for nomination for the Homecoming Court. All Homecoming Court members must have and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5; and be in good academic, financial and disciplinary standing.
Students, faculty and staff are asked to nominate students who meet the criteria and would have an interest in serving their alma mater during Homecoming. Nominations are due by 5:00 PM on Friday, September 18.
Established by the Student Government Association in January 2006, The Jason Gamel Blue and Gold Spirit Award was created as an opportunity to recognize faculty or staff members who best shows their pride and zeal for Reinhardt University through their attendance, support and participation in athletic events, student activities, and campus involvement. The award is named for Jason Gamel ’96, an alumnus, former admissions counselor, resident life manager, and alumni director. The selection process for the award's recipient is by nomination from the campus-at-large, and then the nominations are compiled by the Student Government Association and voted on by the Student Senate. The recipient of this award will be announced during Homecoming weekend.
The Captain A.M. Reinhardt Award was created in 2001 as an opportunity to recognize an outstanding member of the Reinhardt University staff who has demonstrated his or her devotion to the mission of Reinhardt University. The selection process for the award's recipient is by nomination from the campus-at-large, and then the nominations are compiled and voted on by the Student Government Association and voted on by the Student Senate. The recipient of this award will be announced during Homecoming weekend.