Homecoming Giveaways

How to win our giveaways!

1. Like and Follow our Facebook Page

Like and follow us on Facebook to get daily updates and participate in our interactive challenge posts. 

2. Complete the Alumni Check-In

We are asking all alumni from around the globe to virtually check-in and show your Mulerider Pride. 

Check-in at https://my.sauloveandloyalty.com/

3. Participate in Alumni Events

All alumni who participate in a scheduled alumni event will be entered ten times per event. You must register and attend the event to be entered in the raffle. 

Golden Rider Reunion: (Oct. 24 at 10 a.m.) Join us as we celebrate the Class of 1970 for their 50-year class reunion via zoom. www.saualumni.com/goldenrider

Virtual 5K: (Oct. 19-24) Walk, jog, or bike 3.1 miles at your convenience during homecoming week. Wear your Blue & Gold and show your Mulerider pride by posting pictures with the #MuleriderStrong2020 hashtag. www.saumag.edu/virtual5k

Alumni Trivia Night: (Oct. 21 at 8 p.m.) Join us for some friendly competition as we test your knowledge at Alumni Trivia Night.  www.saumag.edu/trivia

1st Place: $100 e-gift card
2nd Place: $60 e-gift card
3rd Place: $40 e-gift card

Mulerider Club Invitational presented by Murphy USA: (Oct. 23) Support Mulerider Athletics during a beautiful day spent on the golf course at the Mystic Creek Golf Club in El Dorado, Ark. Register to play today at www.saudevelopment.com/MC 

4. Submit a Shoebox Float for the [Virtual] Homecoming Parade

Celebrate by using items from around your house (or the nearest craft store) to decorate a shoebox for the virtual homecoming parade. All submissions must be completed by Oct. 22 at Midnight. To learn more and submit your float, visit www.saualumni.com/shoebox

5. Take a Photo with Flat Molly

Flat Molly, created by Vivian Graham ’18, wants to celebrate SAU’s Homecoming week right by your side. Visit www.saualumni.com/flatmolly to download your Flat Molly photo. Print out the photo, cut out flat Molly and submit your photo on Facebook using the #FlatMolly and #MuleriderStrong2020 hashtags. Make sure your post is set to public so we are sure to see it. You can also submit your photo using the web link listed above. 

6. Recreate a Mulerider Homecoming Tradition

SAU’s Homecoming is full of many fun traditions. While we are not able to celebrate together this year, we hope you will reminisce by recreating a tradition at home. Submit your photo on Facebook using the #MuleriderHOCOTraditions and #MuleriderStrong2020 hashtags. Make sure your post is set to public so we are sure to see it. You can also submit your photo at www.saualumni.com/hocotraditions.  

Homecoming Traditions to Try at Home:
Mulegating- Grab your grill and whip up your favorite Mulegating foods. 
Bonfire – Create a fire in your backyard and celebrate your very own homecoming bonfire. 
Street Painting – Grab some sidewalk chalk and create a Mulerider image on your sidewalk. 
The Great Campout – Set up your tent and reminisce on SAU’s Great Campout. 
Banner Painting – Grab a small sheet and paint your very own SAU banner. 
Spirit Log – Decorate a small log to show your Mulerider Pride.
Step Show – Reminisce from your step show days by showing off your skills. 

 

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