- Contest is open to any current UMB student.
- One photo submission allowed per student.
- The submitted photo must have been taken by the student who is submitting it.
- There is no requirement for photo content, except that the photo must have been taken during the Spring 2013 break.
- Photos should not include anything illegal, offensive, or derogatory.
- Campus Life has the authority to reject any photo entry it deems inappropriate.
- Photos must be submitted via the online submission form.
- The submission form closes at 10 a.m. on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
- Photos will be posted in an album on the University of Maryland, Campus Life Facebook page by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
- The contest will run through 2 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, 2013. After this time, additional "likes" will not be counted.
- The winner and runner-up will be announced on Facebook immediately following the end of the contest.
- The winner and runner-up will be contacted via email to coordinate receipt of their prizes.
- Students may promote their photos via social media, email, and word of mouth.
- The University of Maryland, Campus Life Facebook page and the photo must both be "liked" for the vote to count.
- The photo with the most number of "likes" when the contest ends is the winner.
- The photo with the second most number of "likes" when the contest ends is the runner up.
- Winner: Student whose photo receives the most number of "likes" will receive a $50 giftcard from CulinArt.
- Runner-up: Student whose photo receives the second most number of "likes" will receive a $25 giftcard from CulinArt.
- The winner and runner-up are solely responsible for all federal, state, and local taxes on the prize.
Entrants and the winner (1) agree to be bound by the rules; (2) agree to release UMB, its employees, students, officers, agents, and affiliates, from any and all liability for any loss, harm, damages, costs, or expenses, including those arising from the acceptance of the prize and claims including those based on publicity rights, defamation, or invasion of privacy; and (3) the winner must consent to the use of his or her name, pictures, and likenesses for UMB’s publicity purposes without additional compensation.