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December Instagram Photo Contest

Winter is here - share your best photos of campus this season

November 29, 2016 — 

Get creative and show us what you love about campus this winter in our December Instagram photo contest. Follow @umstudent on Instagram, post and tag your winter campus pics and you could win $25 at the Bookstore.

Rules and Regulations

The December Instagram Photo Contest (#umwintercampus) runs from 9 am CST on Thursday, December 1 to midnight CST on Wednesday, December 21 on

To be entered to win, take a photo with the theme “winter at the U of M,” tag your photo with #umwintercampus and share the challenge # in your post. PRIVATE Instagram accounts must be PUBLIC during the contest in order to qualify for entry.

All entries between December 1 and December 21 will be considered and a favourite will be chosen. You may enter as many times as you like. The winning photo account will receive a U of M Bookstore Gift Card valued at $25.00.

The winning entry will be chosen by the Marketing and Communications Office and will be selected based on composition, creativity, quality and adherence to the theme. The winner will be notified by Instagram direct message and then announced publicly on the account.

Prize must be picked up from the Student Life Office in University Centre during regular business hours.

Contest is open to all residents of Manitoba, but prize must be picked up at the U of M Fort Garry Campus. By tagging #umwintercampus, you are agreeing to allow the U of M to share your photo(s) on our social media accounts and on our news site, UM Today.

Your photo(s) will not be used for commercial purposes. This contest is in no way sponsored, administered, or associated with Instagram, Inc.

By entering, entrants confirm they are 13+ years of age, release Instagram of responsibility, and agree to Instagram’s term of use.



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