Mr. Terrell Patrick and Miss Mackenzie Tobin have been crowned Faulkner State’s 2014 Homecoming Queen and King.
Tobin of Houston, Texas is the daughter of Beryl and Larry Tobin. She is a graduate of Barbers Hill High School (TX) and is pursuing a career in elementary education. Tobin is a member of the Lady Sun Chief Tennis Team, and she serves as a Senator for the Student Government Association and Small Group Leader for Fusion Campus Ministries. Tobin hopes to transfer to the University of West Georgia or Auburn University after Faulkner State.
Patrick is the son of Bernard and Connecyt Jenkins, and Rodney Young. He is a graduate of Mary G. Montgomery High School and is majoring in criminal justice. Patrick serves as Student Government Association Secretary, is a member of the Pi Psi Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, the Resident Housing Association, the Elated Voices of Triumph Gospel Choir, the Inter-Club Council and is a theater scholarship recipient. Patrick hopes to transfer to Troy University, attend law school and aspires to be an attorney.
Both Tobin and Patrick plan to walk in Faulkner State’s Graduation on May 9.
The 2014 Sophomore Court in addition to Tobin and Patrick are: Shuntavia Harris, Jasmine Philyaw, Kristyanne Kiner-Galish, Claire Milligan, Chelsea Watson, Keyonna Wilder, Cole Glass, Zachary Brown, Jalen Mims, Van Williams, Victor Castro and Shafer Martin.
The 2014 Freshmen court are: Deidre Mitchell, Brooklyn Lynch, Natalie Rapp, Ambria Reed, Christina Kidd, Sandria Lambert, Tyler Huff, Caleb Lopes, Alex Roberson, Chris Brown and Stephen Cunningham.
Faulkner State’s Student Government Association holds elections annually for officers, senators and Homecoming positions. Freshmen and sophomores are eligible for election to the Homecoming courts.
Guidelines for Homecoming Court
A male and female Homecoming Court are selected by popular vote on an annual basis by the student body. Each court consists of six Freshmen Attendants, six Sophomore Attendants, and a Sophomore Queen and King. The sophomore male and female receiving the most votes will be crowned Homecoming King and Queen. The Monarchs and the Courts reign during the homecoming basketball game and festivities.
- An application must be submitted to the SGA Office by the posted deadline.
- Applicants must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better.
- Freshman applicants must have earned a minimum of 12 semester credit hours at Faulkner State.
- Sophomore applicants must have earned a minimum of 32 semester credit hours at Faulkner State.
- All students running for the Homecoming Court must clear campaign signs through the SGA Office or the Dean of Student Services.