It is the intention of the 2017 Homecoming Executive Committee to conduct a safe and enjoyable week of activities for all participants, students, and alumni. In order to ensure that all involved parties are treated with honor, respect, and dignity, the following Participant Conduct Policy will be strictly enforced starting Sunday, October 2, 2017 through Saturday, October 14, 2017. Please note that the conduct policy is also extended for any event/program where official activities begin prior to the start of Homecoming week (i.e.- Lawn Decoration, Choreography, etc.)

Competition Participants

  1. Participants will be expected to refrain from profane, offensive, or divisive language during, prior to, and after competitions.
  2. Participants will not engage in any altercations but will instead report any issues or disturbances to event security.
  3. Participants will not consume alcohol before or during the competitions.
  4. Any participants who appear to be intoxicated during the competitions will be removed from the event.
  5. Participants will be free from coercion as it relates to voting, competition, or any other aspects of the homecoming experience.
  6. The Executive Director of Homecoming, Director of Rules and Regulations, Rules and Regulations Committee members, or any faculty advisor has the jurisdiction to remove any participant who violates one of these rules or any violation of the UA Student Code of Conduct.

Competition Spectators

  1. Spectators will support their team or organization with positive encouragement.
  2. Spectators will be expected to refrain from profane, offensive, or divisive language during, prior to, and after competitions.
  3. Spectators will not engage in any altercations but will instead report any issues or disturbances to event security.
  4. Spectators will abide by the University of Alabama policy on alcohol consumption.
  5. Spectators will remove any and all posters and decorations at the end of a competition. Posters or decorations left behind will result in a warning, and then a point deduction of 5 Crimson points per article.
  6. The Executive Director of Homecoming, Director of Rules and Regulations, Rules and Regulations Committee members, or any faculty advisor has the jurisdiction to remove any spectator who violates one of these rules or any violation of the UA Student Code of Conduct.