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THON Dancer Questionnaire

Have you ever wondered what kind of questionnaire has to be filled out by students dancing in THON? Check out the questions below. One use for the dancer answers is to help pair them with moralers.

Emergency Contact First Name

Emergency Contact Last Name

Emergency Contact Street Address

Emergency Contact City

Emergency Contact State

Emergency Contact Zip Code

Emergency Contact Home Phone Number

Emergency Contact Cell Phone Number

Ride Home After THON First Name

Ride Home After THON Last Name

Ride Home After THON Cell Phone

Hometown Street Address

Hometown City

Hometown State

Hometown County

Hometown Zip Code

What is your major?

Do you have any specific food allergies? If so please list.

Do you have any specific food intolerances? If so please list.

Are you on a restricted diet? If so please explain.

Do you wish to nominate a favorite faculty member? If so please provide the professor’s full name, office location, office phone number and email address.

List your top two song requests for THON weekend.

What is your favorite place to eat in State College?

What is your favorite part of THON?

What will be written on the back of your t-shirt? [MAX 14 characters including spaces]


Best Friend @ PSU (Name, Address, Phone #, E-Mail)?

Best Friend – Long Distance (Name, Address, Phone #, E-Mail)?

If you could have one feasible wish during THON, what would it be?

Have you danced in THON before?

Shoe Size?

Include anything else you would like your moraler to know about you (favorite movie, TV show, favorite breakfast, etc.):

When are your classes finished on Friday?

What is your birth date?

Alternate (non-PSU) email address

Graduation year

Please provide the email addresses of anyone you would like to receive Dancer Mail from THON Weekend. Separate each email address by a comma. Ex. ([email protected], [email protected], [email protected]):

What long sleeve shirt size do you wear?

What approximate times will you be taking medications during THON weekend?

What is your favorite fruit, snack, food, sport drink, etc.?

What are your favorite toys and games?

Will you be taking any medications during THON?

Please provide the name of one person (e.g., family member) who you would like to receive priority for for organization’s passes during THON Weekend.

Please provide the name of a second person (e.g., family member) who you would like to receive priority for for organization’s passes during THON Weekend.

TheĀ full THON dancer registration packet is also interesting for a peek behind the scenes. Are you dancing? Have you danced? Tell us about the process in the comments.

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