Homecoming Parliament

Fall 2022 Homecoming Parliament

The selection of the Homecoming Parliament is a part of the annual Homecoming festivities at KSU. The purpose of the Court is to recognize members of the student body who make invaluable contributions to the KSU community and represent the core ideals of Kennesaw State University as student leaders. These individuals are identified by their peers, faculty, and staff. Throughout the week of Homecoming, they are expected to be present at various Homecoming activities and serve as ambassadors of school spirit and pride as a Kennesaw State Owl. The opportunity to serve on Homecoming Court and be elected as Homecoming Parliament is available to all KSU students with 30 or more credit hours and enrolled in the fall semester during Homecoming. Membership on Homecoming Parliament is not bound to any specific sex, gender identity, or sexual preference of any student, and all students who meet the qualifications outlined in this packet are eligible for consideration. The true purpose of the Homecoming Parliament is to bring students together as one student body.

Picture of Homecoming Court at Homecoming Pep Rally

Fall 2021 Homecoming Parliament

  • Picture of Homecoming Court at the Homecoming Pep Rally

    Seniors

    Justice Hill

    Lauren Barr

    • Juniors

      Hannah Moxley

      Za'Kiya Brown

      • Sophomores

        Sydney Dawsey

        Chase Hill

        For questions about Homecoming Parliament, email homecoming@kennesaw.edu.

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