How to Sign Up

Student Teams:

Here’s What To Do.

  1. Form a team. There is no cap on the number of participants in each group. Teams compete against all other participating teams, which may include res-hall floors or individuals.
  2. Register your Team, list the members, and your team’s decorated location by emailing spiritweek@oit.edu by Wednesday, Feb. 10 in order to be included in the voting poll.
    • Klamath Falls: Students who wish to decorate their residential doors, please use 22x38" poster boards to prevent fire code violations. Stop by the Campus Life office on each day to get your FREE swag!
    • Wilsonville: Reserve a window pane in the Wilsonville Campus lobby to decorate. Find a stuffed Hootie Owls hidden on campus and exchange it at Student Services for FREE swag!
  3. DECORATE ALL THE THINGS!
  4. Post photo and make your space visible to the public by Friday, February 8. Spirit week is a university-wide effort: All locations will be listed on the voting survey. Teams must use the Oregon Tech Facebook page (www.facebook.com/0regonTech) to post photos of your work. The voting survey link will direct users to reference user-submitted photos on Facebook to help them choose the most school spirited team.

Rules:

Please use blue painters tape for attaching decorations to walls to prevent damage. Teams are responsible for cleaning up their decorations area by Tuesday, Feb 16. Visit www.oit.edu/spirit-week for further guidelines.

Voting:

A survey link will be distributed to campus on the afternoon of Friday, Feb 12, that will list all the team names. Vote for the team that you feel is best, based off of a combined excellence in Oregon Tech spirit, decorative impact, and creativity. The survey will close at 5 pm on Monday, Feb 15.

Awarding:

SPIRIT AWARD winners will be awarded with a plaque. The winning teams will be announced on Tuesday, Feb 16 by a campus-wide email and social media posts. Stay tuned to hear details on the presentation of the trophy.


Staff Teams:

Here’s What To Do.

  1. Form a team. There is no cap on the number of participants in each group. Teams compete against all other participating teams, which may include res-hall floors, academic departments, or individuals.
  2. Register your Team, list the members, and your team’s decorated location by emailing spiritweek@oit.edu by Wednesday, Feb. 10 in order to be included in the voting poll.
  3. Get decorating! Supplies will be provided for all registered members on first-come, first-serve basis. We are giving away poster boards, streamers, pom-poms, and more!
    • Klamath Falls: Please visit the Information Desk in the CU on Monday, Feb. 8 for free materials.
    • Wilsonville: Please visit Christine Pompel in the main office area, Monday Feb. 8 for free materials.
  4. Post photo and make your space visible to the public by Friday, February 8. Spirit week is a university-wide effort: All locations will be listed on the voting survey. Teams must use the Oregon Tech Facebook page (www.facebook.com/0regonTech) to post photos of your work. The voting survey link will direct users to reference user-submitted photos on Facebook to help them choose the most school spirited team.

Rules:

It is the team’s responsibility to buy their additional supplies for Spirit Week. For Oregon Tech faculty and staff, supervisors are responsible for approving time off during operational hours to decorate. Institutional Funds are not to be allocated to Spirit week, which includes “on-the-clock” personnel hours without approval, office materials that cannot be replaced, or other departmental charges.

Please use blue painters tape for attaching decorations to walls to prevent damage. Teams are responsible for cleaning up their decorations area by Tuesday, Feb 16.

Visit www.oit.edu/spirit-week for further guidelines.

Voting:

A survey link will be distributed to campus on the afternoon of Friday, Feb 12, that will list all the team names and their locations. Vote for the team that you feel is best, based off of a combined excellence in Oregon Tech spirit, decorative impact, and creativity. The survey will close at 5 pm on Monday, Feb 15.

As the Facilitators of Spirit Week, Admin Council reserves the right to disqualify any team that violates any of the rules or guidelines of the Spirit Week competition.

Awarding:

SPIRIT AWARD winners will be awarded trophies and gift cards. The winning teams will be announced on Tuesday, Feb 16 by a campus-wide email and social media posts. Stay tuned to hear details on the presentation of the trophy.

Questions?

Josie Hudspeth, Associate Director of Campus Life & Multicultural Inclusion Programs

Spirit Week is a project of Administrative Council and Homecoming is a project of the Campus Activities Board.

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