Student artwork to represent UCF Creed in art contest
How does the UCF Creed help you build your armor?
The 2015 Creed Art Contest will be held until Friday, where students can submit original 2-D and 3-D artwork that illustrates the UCF Creed — Integrity, Scholarship, Community, Creativity or Excellence.
Currently-enrolled students may submit their Creed Art to the Office of Students Rights and Responsibilities no later than Friday at 5 p.m.
The grand-prize winners will be awarded a Barnes and Nobles Nook, and have their art displayed around campus. Select runner-ups will have their art presented around campus as well. Winners will be notified the week of April 27.
Submissions must include the student's name, year, Knights e-mail address, phone number and a statement — which must include a description of the UCF Creed Value that is represented, what the artwork represents and how the theme is integrated into the artwork.
The UCF Parent and Family Fund Grant sponsors the Office of Students Rights and Responsibilities to make the UCF Creed Art Initiative possible.
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