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Class of 2020—Update your contact info, be entered to win Apple AirPods

Posted in Alumni
Jun 26, 2020 to Jul 31, 2020

Update your email address with the University of Saskatchewan by July 31 to be entered to win a pair of Apple AirPods. This contest is open to people who graduated from the College of Arts and Science in 2020.

Keep in touch with your college! At this time, in-person alumni events and activities have been postponed or cancelled. We are developing virtual events and resources and welcome your ideas. To ensure we are able to share these resources with you, please update your contact information with the university.

How to enter:

1. Visit this webpage by July 31, 2020: https://alumni.usask.ca/contact-us/update-information.php

2. Update your contact information by providing your personal non-institutional email address (ex. Gmail, Outlook, etc.) through the form provided.

You will be entered into a draw to win one pair of Apple AirPods.

This contest is open to anyone who received a degree (undergraduate or graduate) from the College of Arts and Science at the University of Saskatchewan in 2020.

Info:alumni.artsandscience@usask.ca

 

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