Homecoming Royalty

Each year, Towson University honors students who possess an outstanding amount of Tiger spirit and commitment to the school. Members of the Homecoming Court are selected based on their campus involvement, leadership, and achievements.

Pageant Information

The Towson University Homecoming Royalty  Pageant will be held Thursday, October 26th at 8pm in the West Village Commons Ballrooms.

At the Pageant, Royalty Candidates will give a one-minute creative introduction, participate in a question and answer session led by the judges, and celebrate their 90’s pride throughout the competition. Lastly, Royalty Candidates will showcase their talents. This is anything from pumping-up balloon animals to singing a song. Cheer on your favorite contestant and see who is crowned Towson Royalty.

Tickets are free and can be picked up at the Union Box Office. 

new this year

Towson University strives to foster an inclusive environment for all students regardless of their gender identity. The Homecoming Committee is proud to announce that we will be offering students the opportunity to run for Royal, a title for those who do not identify with the cisgender titles of King or Queen.

How to  vote

Students will be able to vote for their choice of the Homecoming King, Queen, and/or Royal using Involved@TU. Voting will open following the Pageant and conclude at 10pm on Friday, October 27th. Voters will be able to select up to two candidates.

ROYalty campaigning

Royalty candidates may “campaign” to become the Homecoming King, Queen, or Royal. All University regulations regarding flyers and posters must be followed. Failure to adhere to University Regulations will result in immediate event disqualification.

Homecoming Court 2017

Queen
Lauren Dell'Arciprete
La-Chelle Dickenson
Kayla Matthews
Madison Scanlon
Elaina Schilling

King
DJ Burke
Leroy Hyson II
Wayne Nichols
Ethan Williams