2019 Homecoming parade registration form will be open September 9 – October 6
Registration is free for all participants
All floats should promote a cluture of Boise State spirit and pride
Handing out candy and spirit items is encouraged, as long as they meet the Albertsons Stadium security guidelines, however paper fliers are not allowed.
A Boise State student organization must sponsor all political entries. The student organization sponsoring a political entry must fill out the registration form and the submission must come from the student leaders of the group. No political entry will be accepted otherwise.
The Homecoming Committee invites nominations for Grand Marshals of the annual Homecoming Parade. The Grand Marshal serves as leading dignitary at the front of the Homecoming Parade. The role is bestowed upon an alumnus, staff, faculty, or community member who has shown an exceptional commitment to Boise State University and the greater community. Nominations are being accepted until September 22.
2009: Tom Beitia, Susie Schumacher, and recipients of that year’s Alumni Service Awards
2008: Travis and Minna Jensen
2007: Doug Hackler
2006: Allen and Dixie Dykman
2005: Duane and Lori Stueckle
2004: 1994 Bronco football team
2003: Vincent Mull Wa Kituku
2002: Charles and Sally Ruch
2001: Butch Otter
2000: Harvey Neef
1999: Velma Morrison
1998: Lois Chaffee
1997: Lyle Smith and his 1947 football team
1996: Main Line Dancers
1995: Dyke Nally
1994: Keith and Catherine Stein, Honorary Grand Marshal: Jackie Cassell
1993: Larry Selland
1992: Joe Parkinson
1991: Booker Brown
1990: Lyle Smith
1989: Velma Morrison
1988: Dyke Nally
1981: Lyle and Mrs. Smith
1979: John Keiser
1971: Lyle Smith
1969: Jay Amyx
Volunteers are needed to help block streets, set up cones and signs, and to organize parade floats and bands. This annual event cannot occur without the help of Boise State and the Boise community, so please fill out the volunteer registration if you are interested in being a part of this Bronco tradition!