University of Alabama students will choose this week among six candidates for homecoming queen.

The court will be presented and the queen crowned at halftime of Saturday's football game, which features UA against the University of Arkansas. Kickoff is set for 6 p.m. Saturday at Bryant-Denny Stadium.

Here's a look at the 2019 candidates:

• Bryan Covington: Covington is a marketing major from Houston. Her philanthropic platform is mental health awareness and suicide prevention. She's seeking to bring attention to the Kristen Amerson Foundation, a Tuscaloosa-based philanthropy that works with local schools to present programs on suicide prevention, bullying, and drug and alcohol abuse.Her sponsoring organization is the Blount Student Organization.

• Chloe Maize: Maize is a graduate advertising and public relations major from Cleveland, Tennessee. Her philanthropic platform is the nutrition gap facing area children and the ways the West Alabama Food Bank is working to ease the problem. The food bank has a backpack meals program that provides nutrition to more than 1,800 children. Her sponsoring organization is the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.

• Taylor Roberson: Roberson is an economics and history major from Florence. Her philanthropic platform is educational equity in Alabama. She's seeking to bring attention to the Annexstad Family Foundation, which provides financial and personal support to college students who face hardships. Her sponsoring organization is First Fellows.

• Olivia Rush: Rush is a communicative disorders major from Montgomery. Her philanthropic platform is erasing the stigma of disabilities. She's seeking to raise awareness about UA's Rise Center, serves children with disabilities and their typically developing peers, from ages 8 weeks to 5 years. Her sponsoring organization is Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.

• E'Talia Shakir: Shakir is a mathematics graduate student from San Antonio, Texas. Her philanthropic platform is promoting campus inclusiveness. She's seeking to bring attention to the Alabama Baptist Children's Homes, which provide a safe environment for foster children and support for families. Her sponsoring organization is Delta Sigma Theta.

• Ansley Weaver: Weaver is a communicative disorders major from Suwanee, Georgia. Her platform is supporting those with anxiety, depression and obsessive-compulsive disorders. She's seeking to bring attention to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, which educates people about treatment, resources and support. Her sponsoring organization is the College of Engineering Does Amateur Radical Theatre.