The Coolest Carroll Homecoming Floats You've Never Seen

Author: Carroll University

Published Date: 10/3/2018

Categories: Alumni Social

Homecoming has always been a time for students to express their school spirit. So, what’s the best way to show some Pioneer Pride? With a parade of course! Carroll students are parade pros, showing off their innovative skills with some truly awesome float decorating skills. Don’t believe us? Just check out the ten insanely cool floats below from years gone by! 

Join us at this year's parade during our Homecoming & Reunion Weekend celebration on Saturday, October 20. See the full lineup of the events for the weekend including reunion gatherings, the football game, tailgating activities and more at

"Wheaton Will Wail"

Alpha Xi Delta | Homecoming 1956

"When Carroll Clicks, Wheaton Shutters"

Independent Women’s Association | Homecoming 1956

“Argyles’ll Sock ‘Em”

Delta Zeta I Homecoming 1960

"Dragon — on Defeat"

Sigma Phi Epsilon I Homecoming 1966

"Skunk 'Em"

Phi Theta Pi I Homecoming 1954

"Dancing through the Decades"

Alpha Gamma Delta I Homecoming 2001


Chi Omega I Homecoming 1959


Alpha Gamma Delta I Homecoming 1997

"Axe the Gulls"

Tau Kappa Epsilon I Homecoming 1953

"Pied Piper of Carroll"

Independent Men's Association I Homecoming 1961

Visit the Todd Wehr Memorial Library's online archives and see all of the wild and wacky homecoming floats that Carroll students have created over the years.

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