Student Affairs Spirit Banner Competition
Rules & Regulations:
Register your team onlineline at collegiatelink
- All participating teams must fall into one (1) of the following two (2) categories:
a. Recognized Student Organization Team
b. Independent Team
- All people contributing to the design and construction of all team banners must be currently enrolled at Drexel University. All people contributing to the design and construction of recognized student organization teams must be members of the recognized student organization.
- Student Affairs will host a banner painting event for you to utilize a variety of art supplies. The painting events will be held in the Drexel Armory on:
• Thursday, January 12th, 2012 (1:00 pm – 4:00 pm)
• Tuesday, January 17th, 2012 (4:00 pm – 7:00 pm)
- Banner construction must be completed and submitted for judging to the Student Organization Resource Center (Basement level of Creese) room 32 "B" by 12:00 pm on Thursday, January 19, 2012.
- Banner paper will be provided for each team and available beginning immediately in the SORC (Basement level of Creese). Each banner will measure seventeen (17) feet tall and three and a half (3.5) feet wide, these dimensions may not be changed. Designs may not extend outside of the parameters of the banner, and it is recommended to leave space at the top of the banner for hanging purposes.
- The following must be included on the banner:
a. Drexel University colors (blue & gold)
b. An image of the Drexel University mascot (Mario the Dragon)
c. The team name (if an acronym is used, the full name must also be included)
d. The words: Drexel University, Homecoming, 2012
e. A 4" border at the bottom and top of the banner
- The banner will be judged according to the following four (4) factors:
a. Message of Drexel University Pride and Spirit
b. Originality of Design
c. Difficulty of Construction
d. Variety of Materials Used
- Banner content must be in good taste and free from offensive language and images.
- Given the information listed above, the banner must also be constructed in a way that allows it to safely hang in Main Hall for the remainder of Homecoming Week. Any banner deemed too dangerous to hang because of excessive weight or unsecured materials will not be judged.
- Banners not meeting any of the above requirements will be disqualified from judging.
Note: Upon submission, banners become the property of Drexel University and may not be available for return
Casey Sharkey or Joseph Peltzer
Student Affairs Banner Competition Contacts