Read all about the 2020 Royalty candidates! Voting begins at 8:00 am on Monday, February 24th and ends at 11:45 pm on Friday, February 28th.

Royalty Candidates

Alivia Hall


Major: Nursing

Sponsoring Organization: Delta Zeta

“UMSL Homecoming Royalty represents the student body and our school spirit. One cannot be a perfect candidate, but one can be qualified and I feel as if I meet that mark. I make myself aware of the activities happening around campus and try to stay as involved as I can while balancing school. Another reason why I feel as if I am a qualified candidate is that I boast about school pride-- I love being a Triton!”

Sammy Jacobs


Major: Business Administration

Sponsoring Organization: Zeta Tau Alpha

“The UMSL Homecoming Royalty candidate represents the UMSL community as a whole. Homecoming is such an honored tradition at UMSL, and the candidates should be carefully chosen as they serve as the face of the university. In my vision of a qualified candidate, I see the candidate as an active member in their collegiate community. In my position at the Recreation and Wellness Center, I work with a diverse team of student and professional staff. Together we integrate individuals of the St. Louis area and members of the UMSL community by providing a place on UMSL's campus that encourages community involvement, self-growth, and diversity. As a Student Program Manager in the Millennium Student Center, I help promote student organization activities on campus by assisting in reservations that allow the growth and continuation of campus life and community. As a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and the current Vice President of Outreach for the Panhellenic Association, I encourage women of all three sororities to bond and foster an environment of women supporting women. By being a member of these organizations and campus communities, I have really found my place on UMSL's campus.

Adrian Lessing


Major: Business

Sponsoring Organization: Student  Athlete Advisory Committee 

“I believe that the Homecoming Royalty represents open minded, success seeking individuals that share their values with the community. In my opinion, their goal is to make everybody feel accepted and important.”

Elizabeth Loethen


Major: Media Studies

Sponsoring Organization: KHAOS - K Pop Dance

“KHAOS has been a part of the homecoming celebrations every year and it would be my privilege to represent them again this year. Between school and KHOAS, I am a hard worker who wants success and community engagement. I would love for this campus to be a place where people want to be and feel involved.”

Fei Ren


Major: Finance

Sponsoring Organization: Triton Leader Club

“I think Homecoming Royalty represents all the student body on campus, we all came from different countries and cultures and we all united here at UMSL to make a change in life. I want to be a candidate because I want to add more diversity in this and I also think it’s a great opportunity for my personal growth.”

Raylen Sanders


Major: Psychology & Pre-Health

Sponsoring Organization: Triton Health Educators

“I think UMSL Homecoming Royalty represents hardworking students that decide to go above and beyond during their college experience to make the best of these years for themselves and others. I think I would be a qualified candidate because in my position as an RA on campus and President of Triton Health Educators I have made an effort to not only build a foundation for my future, but to be a resource for my peers to do the same.”

Jasmin Williams


Major: Political Science & Philosophy

Sponsoring Organization: Women Empowering Women

“I believe the UMSL Homecoming Royalty represents commitment to the UMSL community, the invaluable relationships fostered between students and faculty/staff, and the opportunity to embody the mission of UMSL. I am a qualified candidate because my time at UMSL has given me a chance to grow and develop myself not only professionally, but personally as well. Further, my involvement in leadership roles on campus has allowed me build relationships and help shape the experiences of myself and my peers.”

Homecoming Court Voting Instructions

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  • Answer the required questions.
  • Once that is done, you will progress to the final page to place your vote. Your vote will not be placed until you click the green “FINISH” button on the page.
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