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● Welcome ● Competitions ● Dean's List ● Woodie Flowers Award ● Hour Requirements ● 

Welcome Zebracorns! 

We're off and rolling! Please be sure you are checking Slack regularly, and check the hours website to make sure you're getting all of your hours! 


If you have not turned in your payment for the competitions then please get in touch with Meg immediately (

[New!] Dean's List Award

Each year, the team can nominate 2 students in their sophomore or junior year for the Dean's List Award. This award "celebrates outstanding student leaders whose passion for and effectiveness at attaining FIRST ideals is exemplary." Please fill out the form at if you are interested in being nominated! This is due by January 25th.

[New!] Woodie Flowers Award 

Each year, the team nominates one mentor for the Woodie Flowers Award, which "recognizes an individual who has done an outstanding job of motivation through communication while also challenging the students to be clear and succinct in their communications." If you (or a group of students) feel that a particular mentor should be nominated, please fill out that survey at! The team will then use this feedback to write the nomination essay. This is due by January 25th.

Hour Requirements

Build season hour requirements are 10 hours per week during build season (This will go into effect starting the week of the 7th). Please keep this in mind as you are planning your schedule and use missing hours and flex hours as required.  All students are responsible for making the required hours during build season to be eligible to attend events with the team.


As always, if you have any questions, please send an email to
Lab Hours
Mon: 5:30PM-10PM
Tue: 5:30PM-10PM
Wed: 5:30PM-10PM
Thu: 5:30PM-10PM
Fri: 5:30PM-10PM
Sat: Noon-10PM
Sun: Lab Closed
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