The brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon at UT Martin have nominated Collin Stricklin (2021) to represent the fraternity as its candidate for Homecoming King.
Stricklin is a senior Health & Human Performance major from Martin, Tennessee. He has served as a PEP Leader as well as volunteered with the Special Olympics. He has served in various roles for the fraternity, most recently as Vice President of Member Development.
“If you had to ask me about who I thought was one of the most involved and caring individuals not only on campus, but also in the Martin community, it would have to be my boy Collin Stricklin,” said Tyler Davidson (2020).
Candidates will be formally introduced to the student body during the SAC Lip Sync competition at 7 p.m. Tuesday, October 29 on the north lawn of the Elam Center. Students will vote for the homecoming court via online ballot on Wednesday, October 30. In the event of a tie, a run-off election will be held the following day.
The top five candidates will be members of the Homecoming Court, and presented at the Pyramid competition and Pep Rally at 7 p.m. Friday, November 1 at the Elam Center.
For more information and a full event schedule for Homecoming, visit the UTM Forever website.