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The Arts and Science Class of 2020 Photo Contest
Posted on 2020-05-20 in Students & Campus Life
If you are graduating from the College of Arts and Science this spring, submit a photo of yourself holding a "Class of 2020" sign for a chance to win a $50 gift card.
For 2020, the College of Arts and Science is giving away 20 gift cards worth $50 each! The Arts and Science Class of 2020 Photo Contest is for students graduating from the college this spring.
How to enter:
1. Follow @USaskArtSci on Instagram.
2. Using this online form, submit a photo of yourself holding a sign that says “Class of 2020.”
To be considered, photos must be submitted by Monday, June 8, 2020. Twenty winners will be drawn to receive $50 gift cards from Shop USask or Saskatoon alumni-owned restaurants Una or Odd Couple.
Submitted photos may be featured in a College of Arts and Science 2020 graduation video that will be released to the public in June.
Class of 2020 signs
Your “Class of 2020” sign can be handwritten on paper, displayed on a smartphone or tablet, painted on canvas or carved into a block of cheese—the details don’t matter. As long as your face is in the photo and the words “Class of 2020” can be read clearly, you’re good to go.
If you would like to use a premade “Class of 2020” sign, try downloading one of the following images. There are options for printing or displaying on a smartphone/tablet.
Digital graphic 1
Digital graphic 2
Print graphics (choose one page to print on 8.5"x11" paper)
Complete contest rules
The contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan, who are graduating in June 2020.
You must possess an account on Instagram. Your account must follow the College of Arts and Science Instagram account, @USaskArtSci, at the time of the draw.
A valid University of Saskatchewan Network Services ID (NSID) is required to enter. One entry is allowed per person.
Take a photograph of yourself holding a sign or digital device that shows the words “Class of 2020.” You can write the words yourself or use one of the provided graphics. Your face and the words “Class of 2020” must be clearly visible in the photo.
Entries deemed inappropriate or illegible by the College of Arts and Science will not be considered.
Submit your photo entry using this online form: https://www.surveymonkey.ca/r/DCRK8T5
Entries must be made before 11:59 pm, Saskatchewan time, on June 8, 2020.
When entering, you agree that your submitted photo may be used by the University of Saskatchewan for promotional purposes.
Twenty (20) gift cards valued at $50 each will be awarded to eligible entrants drawn at random. Winners will have their choice of a gift card for Shop USask, Una Pizza + Wine, or Odd Couple Restaurant.
Winners will be notified by email. Winners must agree to accept a prize by email and provide a mailing address. Prizes will mailed to winners through Canada Post.
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