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Graduating Class Challenge

Congratulations to the Class of 2020, you're almost there! 

Convocation is quickly approaching, and we hope you are making the most of your final term on campus! As we start to think of graduating and what comes next it's a good time to think about our time here and our chance to leave our mark on our university. 

Join us and be a part of the fantastic tradition of the Graduating Class Challenge! It is a friendly challenge to see which faculty has the most class spirit! Join us in making the 2020 Graduating Class Challenge the most memorable one yet.  

How do I participate in the Graduating Class Challenge? 

New for 2020: The online questionnaire and mug sales are available through the same form. If you do not wish to purchase a mug, leave the quantity field set to zero. 

How do I win the 2020 Graduating Class Challenge? 

By filling out a Graduating Class Challenge questionnaire

What are the prizes?

Individual prizes
Grand prize: One $250 VISA gift card, selected by random draw from all eligible questionnaire entries.

Runner up prizes: Seven $100 VISA gift cards, selected by random draw (one per faculty). 

Faculty prize 
The faculty with the highest participation in the challenge (the highest number of questionnaires submitted) will win a $1,000 award to disburse a scholarship in 2020-2021 in the name of the Class of 2020.

Please note: 

  • Only FULLY COMPLETED questionnaires are eligible to participate.
  • You do not need to purchase a mug to be entered into the draw for a VISA card.
  • Only ONE questionnaire allowed per graduating student.
  • Each graduating student is eligible to receive both the grand prize and their faculty's runner up prize. 
  • If a faculty does not have any entries for the runner up prize, the value of the gift card ($100) will be added to the scholarship amount given to the winning faculty. 

Who gets the proceeds from the mug sales?  

 Proceeds from all Class of 2020 mug sales, as well as additional donations, will go to the Student Success Fund.