This is the 56th year for Dial-A-Carol at the University of Illinois! Call now and they will sing you any Christmas carol you want...

Each year the students of Snyder Hall, a University Housing residence hall, host the holiday program Dial-A-Carol. Dial-A-Carol was started in December 1960 by Betty Gordon, an area office secretary, and the residents of Snyder Hall who wanted to spread some holiday cheer around campus.

The idea behind the program is quite simple. Anyone from anywhere can call and request a holiday tune to be sung over the telephone. it's 24 hours a day for seven days and is held each year during finals week of the first semester. Last year our students sang more than 6,800 carols to callers from all over the world.


It ends at midnight on December 16th - so call now!




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