Homecoming Parade FAQ
When and where is the Homecoming Parade?
Where do I register for the Parade?
What is the theme?
How are the 10 free floats selected?
Can I partner with another organization on a float?
How do I go about using the $250 credit for my club's float?
Do I need to provide my own vehicle to pull the provided trailer?
What time do I need to have my float ready the day of the Parade?
Where can I watch the Homecoming parade?
My club missed out on the free 10 floats, can we still participate?
Is there a prize for participating?
What is the "Performance Zone"?
Will there be transportation provided from campus to and from the parade?
How can I participate in the parade if I don't want to build a float?
What if I have a question not listed on the FAQ page?
What is the Parade Route?
Saturday, October 18th, starting at 1:00PM on the Miracle Mile
"Passport to Pacific." We'll take you on an adventure around the world.
First come, first serve and only to organizations in good standing.
Yes. We encourage collaboration, please list any partners on your application.
Eligible purchases may be reimbursed up to $250 or purchased on your behalf by ASuop.
No. ASuop will be providing vehicles for its 10 free trailers. All other floats will need to provide their own driver and vehicle. Vehicles must have a hitch and appropriate mounting gear.
You will be notified by ASuop staff with a designated check-in time.
From either side of the Miracle Mile from Harding Way to N. Central.
Yes! You're welcome to participate via walking, in a car, or you may secure your own float.
There will be $500 cash prize for the "Best Float." Only registered student organization are eligible for the cash prize.
The Performance Zone is a designated stop where groups can stop and perform for judges and the crowd for a maximum of two minutes. This must be indicated on the Homecoming Application. Please contact Jennifer Low, firstname.lastname@example.org, if your group would like to perform and did not indicate so on the Homecoming Application.
There will be buses to transport parade attendees from University of the Pacific to the Miracle Mile. The pick-up location will at Burns Tower. The drop-off location is at Regent Ct. There will also be transportation provided back to campus.
If you do not want to build a float there are the options to participate with a car entry or in a walking entry.