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#umorientation Instagram Challenge – Get to know your UofM campus!

September 1, 2016 — 

Follow @umanitoba on Instagram to take part in an online daily photo challenge that will allow you to get creative and show us campus from your perspective.

 

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Rules and Regulations

The β€˜Get to know your UofM campus!’ #umorientation Instagram Challenge runs from 9 a.m. on Tuesday, September 6th to midnight CST on Friday, September 16thΒ on www.instagram.com/umanitoba.

At the beginning of each weekday, a photo challenge will be posted directing a place on campus to photograph (9 challenges total).

To be entered to win, tag your photo with #umorientation and share the challenge # in your post. PRIVATE Instagram accounts must be PUBLIC during the Challenge in order to qualify for entry.

All entries during the day of the challenge (until midnight the day of) will be considered and a favourite will be chosen. You may enter as many times as you like. All 9 winning photo accounts will receive a prize of a UofM Bookstore Gift Card valued at $25.00.

Winners will be chosen by the Marketing and Communications Office. The winners will be notified by Instagram direct message and then announced publicly on the account.

Prizes 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 UofM Fort Garry Campus. By tagging #umorientation, you are agreeing to allow the UofM to share your photos on our social media account and on our news site, UM Today.

They 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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