|Mascot Poll FAQs|
|What are the dates of the online mascot poll?
How can I participate in the poll?
How do I get an ID and password?
If I don't have a computer or Internet connection, how do I participate in the poll?
What if I have problems with my ID and password?
How many times can I particiapte in the online poll?
How many mascot choices can I select?
Do I have to select three mascot choices?
Will I be able to see a "real-time" tally or rank of which mascot
suggestions based on poll results?
When will the mascot finalists be announced?
Will the top-ranked mascot be the new mascot?
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The online poll will take place starting at 8:00 AM Monday, March 20, 2006 and ending at 8:00 AM on Friday, March 31, 2006.
To participate in the poll, go to www.ulm.edu/mascot and click the "Online Mascot Poll" link, or click the "Online Mascot Poll" link from ULM's home page at www.ulm.edu.
If you don't have a computer or Internet connection, you can try to use a computer at the public library or maybe use the computer of a friend or relative. However, you must have a valid e-mail address to participate in the poll.
If you are a ULM student, faculty or staff, please visit the University Computing Center (UCC) in ADMN 1-83 or call x3333.
You may only participate the online poll once.
You can select up to three (3) mascot choices from the list of mascot semi-finalists.
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No. You can select one, two or three choices. However, once you click the "Submit My Choices" button at the end of the poll, you cannot go back to add, delete or change choices. For example, if you select two (2) choices and click the "Submit My Choices" button, you have completed the poll.
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No. There will be no "real-time" tally or rank of mascot suggestions based on poll results.
On April 5, 2006, the Mascot Committee will meet and be presented with the results of the poll. After the meeting, the finalists will be announced.
The Mascot Committee, in conjunction with the President, will use the results of the poll to help them decide the new
Remember, a poll is used to gauge or determine what people think. It is not an election. Thus, the top-ranked suggestion may not necessarily become the new mascot.
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