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The Arts and Science Experience Instagram Contest

Posted in Students & Campus Life
Sep 17, 2019

Photo by Aurora Lepe, winner of last year’s College of Arts and Science Instagram contest.

A contest for students in the College of Arts and Science

Enter to win a $100 Shop USask gift card!

One day only: Tuesday, Sept. 17

How to enter:

1. Follow @USaskArtSci on Instagram

2. Post a photo to your Instagram account that shows your Arts and Science experience

3. Include the hashtag #USaskArtSci

One winner will be drawn to receive a $100 Shop USask gift card.

Complete contest rules


The contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled in the College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan. An entrant may be required to verify student status before receiving a prize.

Entries must be posted to Instagram between the hours of 12:00 am and 11:59 pm, Saskatchewan time, on Sept. 17, 2019.

Entries must include an original photo or video and a caption containing the hashtag #USaskArtSci.

Accounts submitting entries must be followers of the @USaskArtSci Instagram account at the time of the draw.

Entries in violation of the Instagram terms of service or deemed inappropriate by the College of Arts and Science will not be considered.


One (1) Shop USask gift card valued at $100 will be awarded to a randomly selected eligible entrant. The prize must be accepted in person at an office of the College of Arts and Science on the University of Saskatchewan campus.

The winner will be contacted on Instagram via a message from the @USaskArtSci Instagram account.


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