Volunteer Form
HPUniverse Day is a free educational outreach event sponsored by the Department of Physics and the Society of Physics Students each fall semester. This year's event will take place on Saturday, September 30th (6:00-9:00pm) in and around Couch Hall. Visitors are encouraged to explore space, science, and beyond through ~20 different learning stations and activities. After visiting enough stations, kids can collect a prize! While many of the activities are geared towards kids and their families, there are several that adults will enjoy, too! Past volunteers have included HPU professors, students, local amateur astronomers, and friends of the department.

We expect around 1000 people to attend this year's event and need as many volunteers as we can get! To volunteer, please fill out and submit the form below. Training will be provided for all of the stations, so don't feel like you need prior knowledge on any topic before you volunteer.

For pictures from past events, station descriptions, and additional information, please see:


What is your name? *
Your answer
What is your preferred email address? *
Your answer
What times on Saturday, September 30th are you able to help with HPUniverse Day?
Which activities or stations would you be willing to help out with? Select ALL that apply.
Which activity or station is your 1st choice?
Which activity or station is your 2nd choice?
Which activity or station is your 3rd choice?
Would you stick around for free food (probably pizza) after the event is over?
What size t-shirt do you wear? (we might purchase t-shirts for all volunteers)
What do you call it when the sun is directly between the moon and the earth?
Your answer
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