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2018-2019 International Orientation T-shirt Design Contest
ISSA invites all students to submit designs for a T-shirt which will be printed and distributed at International Student Orientation in August. The winner of the contest will receive a $250 prize.
- Participants must be a current student (undergraduate or graduate)
- The design should represent the concepts “international” and “Notre Dame”
- The design may use a maximum of two colors
- The design can include front and back images and/or lettering
- Students may submit more than one design
- Students must submit the original art file, as well as an .eps or .jpg of the final image(s) to ISSA@nd.edu by 11:59 pm on Friday, April 13, 2018, no exceptions.
- Monday, March 12 - Friday, April 13, 2018: Contest open
- Wednesday, April 18 – Thursday, April 19, 2018: Students Vote
- Monday, April 23: Winner Announced via ISSA Updates Newsletter & ISSA website
ISSA staff and other colleagues will choose the top 3 designs, then these designs will be submitted to the student body to vote for the overall winner. *Please note: ISSA reserves the right to make adjustments to the winning design artwork if necessary.* Questions? Contact Cynthia at email@example.com
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