The Founder’s Club in the College of Business Administration needed a new logo, and looked to students across campus for new ideas.
All ACU students were given an opportunity to let their creativity shine as the Griggs Center in the College of Business Administration held a logo competition for the Founder’s Club. Students were tasked with creating a new logo for a reward of $250, with ideas submitted online at acu.startuptree.co.
Student Engagement Coordinator for the Griggs Center Mindy Howard helped develop the idea for the competition with the priority of student creative involvement in mind.
“The Griggs Center is working hard to engage ACU’s student body in entrepreneurship and philanthropy,” Howard said. “This competition was created to help foster creativity among the student body and give students a chance to display their ideas and talents.”
The idea behind the competition came from a perspective that students should be able to show off their creative abilities and to allow students to be rewarded for their efforts. This is one of the driving factors in the competitions through the Griggs Center and a specific goal for them this year.
“Our goal this year is to give as many students on campus as possible the chance to submit creative ideas and solutions through our Griggs Center student competitions,” Howard said.
The winner of the competition, senior Caleb Gravitt, was notified Monday, and was honored in the Griggs Center’s CEO Chapel on Wednesday. Sophomore Boone Denton, who won Wildcat Ventures’ News Ideas Competition, was also honored.