ARKADELPHIA – Mount Ida graduate Katie Forga is one of 31 students selected as candidates for homecoming queen at Henderson State University.
Homecoming activities at Henderson State University begin Oct. 21 when voting opens among the student body the 2015 homecoming queen.
The 10 finalists will be announced Oct. 22 during the annual homecoming pep rally. The court will be introduced and the queen crowned during football pre-game festivities on Oct. 24 when the Reddies host the Southern Arkansas University Muleriders.
Forga is a 2013 graduate of Mount Ida High School and she is a senior human services major at HSU.
Forga is no stranger to the crown as she was chosen as Homecoming Queen at Mount Ida in 2012.
Other candidates for the 2015 homecoming court candidates include: Carmen Wise, a senior math education major from Delight; Ariana Caffey, a junior athletic training major from Chino Hills, California; Maddie McJunkins, a junior physical education and health major from Nashville; Tess Langley, a senior nursing major from Camden; Devan Jester, a junior psychology major from Gurdon; Vanessa Velez Mira, a freshman business major from Colombia; Madison Sue Meaders, a sophomore aviation management major from Morrilton; Kori Dement, a freshman aviation professional pilot major from Little Rock; Megan Ross, a senior athletic training major from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania; Nylla Hines, a junior communications major from North Little Rock; Brittany Jones, a junior psychology major from Texarkana, Arkansas; ; Colby Hartley, a freshman aviation major from Lonoke; Sierra Adams, a freshman family and consumer science major from Arkadelphia; Megan Lynn Bates, a senior elementary education major from Hot Springs; Bailey Lessenberry, a junior nursing major from Bella Vista; Bailey Almond, a sophomore nursing major from Arkadelphia; Jasmine Spear, a junior accounting major from DeQueen; Marcella Lunceford, a senior natural resource recreation management major from Hot Springs; Joanne Michael, a senior psychology major from Bismarck; Kristin Bell, a senior finance major from Little Rock; Sasha Zavala, a senior marketing major from Mena; Bailey Schlesier, a junior middle level education major from Bryant; Kayla Beard, a senior digital art and design major from Malvern; Mykayla Monique Arnold, a sophomore communications major from Searcy; Skye Austin, a senior political science major from Monticello; Rylie Prescott, a senior psychology major from Fresno, California; Shondrell Watkins, a freshman business management major from Newport; Amber Jo Webber, a senior elementary education major from White Hall; Lyndsie Davis, a junior English Education major from Jessieville; Daisha Haggans, a senior human services major from Jonesboro.