Events celebrating Enterprise State Community College students, alumni, faculty and staff have been planned throughout an entire week for ESCC’s 2018 Homecoming, which is set for Thursday, February 22, 2018.
ESCC invites the community to the college for a series of events centered on student life. This year, ESCC’s Student Services Specialist, Jennifer Olsen, has scheduled daily themed events and multiple competitions for students, alumni, faculty and staff to enjoy on the campus. The Homecoming Court and Homecoming Queen, who will be announced on Homecoming Night, will be released as soon as the information is available.
ESCC Freshman Torii Young won a competition promoted on the campus last month to design a Homecoming T-shirt. The T-shirt design features a boll weevil with wording regarding ESCC and will be printed and handed to the first 150 students who attend a Homecoming Mixer on Feb. 22.
On Monday, Feb. 19, the ESCC family will wear paraphernalia from their favorite four-year colleges and universities. The first portion of a Lip Sync Battle will also take place at 10:15 a.m. in the Student Center MPR.
On Tuesday, Feb. 20, students can dress in USA-themed attire for America Day. Lip Sync Battle Part II will take place in the MPR.
On Wednesday, Feb. 21, the dress-up theme is camouflage for Camo Day. The third portion of the Lip Sync Battle will take place in the MPR.
On Homecoming Day, Feb. 22, everyone will dress in ESCC paraphernalia to celebrate ESCC Spirit Day. A Faculty/Staff vs Student Basketball Game takes place in Lolley Gym at 10 a.m. ESCC’s Homecoming Court will also be recognized, and the winner of the Lip Sync Battle will perform at halftime. A Homecoming Mixer for students with food, music and dancing will occur from 5 to 7 p.m. The Homecoming Game, a Men’s basketball game against Coastal Alabama Community College Brewton, will start at 7:30 p.m. inside the Lolley Gym. The Homecoming Queen will be announced at halftime.
Enterprise State Community College is a comprehensive community college which serves more than 1,700 students annually between its Enterprise campus and the Alabama Aviation Colleges in Albertville, Andalusia, and Ozark. Each campus and site currently fulfill the Alabama Community College System’s mission for education and training which leads to high-wage, high-demand jobs in integral careers worldwide. Students can obtain Associate degrees and certificates through multiple programs at the college.