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ABET T-shirt Design Contest

As we prepare for our accreditation visit by ABET evaluators in Fall 2018, the College of Engineering is working to ensure that students understand what accreditation is and why it is important.

ABET is the nonprofit, non-governmental accrediting agency for programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering and engineering technology. ABET accreditation provides assurance that a college or university program meets the quality standards of the profession for which that program prepares graduates. This means that when you graduate, your future employer will know that you have been trained to meet high standards and will be a productive member of the company.

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The Contest

We want the ABET evaluators to know that our students understand the value of accreditation! Participants in this contest will design a T-shirt about the value of accreditation. The winning design could be chosen by the College to be printed on t-shirts for students to wear during our accreditation visit this fall!

ABET t-shirt contest ad featuring a t-shirtHere's what you need to know: 

  1. The contest theme is “ABET Confidence.”
  2. Your design must address any or all of the following concepts:
    • Why being confident in the quality of your education is important to you
    • Your confidence in your courses to prepare you to succeed in your career
    • Your confidence that you will be well-situated to find a job after graduating from an ABET-accredited program
  3. Design must fit in a 10” x 10” area and may include any of the following:
    • A quote (properly attributed)
    • Artwork (original work only; no copyrighted material)
    • A logo (original work only; no copyrighted material)
    • Words
  4. Designs are limited to 3 colors
  5. Do not incorporate the UTA logo or mascot in the design
  6. Entries may be submitted in the following formats only: Microsoft Word, .jpg, .pdf, .eps, .ai, .tif
  7. Entries must be submitted via email.

Submit entry via email.

Entries are due by Sunday, April 1. Entries received after the deadline will not be accepted.

Questions? Contact Jeremy Agor (817-272-3682 or agor@uta.edu)

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