Journalism Department T-shirt Design Contest

By Ian Arthur


What could be an easier way to show love for the Journalism Department than with some J-dept swag? The Journalism Department is looking to have t-shirts made that faculty and students can purchase. The coolest part is student’s get a chance to create the design!

The winner will have their design printed on the shirts and will receive a free shirt to wear. Also, all students who create a design will have a chance to win a free shirt as well — a name will be chosen from all entrants. Whether students are great writers, designers, or just like to get creative, the contest is a fun way to put those skills to work and support the department. Below are the guidelines for the contest as well as a file with everything students will need.

Student’s can choose the base t-shirt color from white, black and grey. Designs must be made using a single color. The color choice is up to the student but limiting it to one helps keep the cost down for everyone.

The t-shirt design must also include the following elements. Everything else is up to the student and their creativity!

  • The five journalism emphases: Writing and Editing, Public Relations, Advertising, Visual and Media Studies
  • The UW Oshkosh word mark (one of the logos below MUST be used)
  • The department name: Journalism Department

Below are the two choices of UW Oshkosh word mark. Students, get started right away! The deadline for submissions is December 1. Students can send their submissions to  Winner will be announced at the department holiday gathering on Thursday, Dec. 4.

UWO Wordmark UWO Wordmark Horizontal


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