Campus Champions of Change Challenge

Last fall, the White House announced the launch of the Campus Champions of Change Challenge. After reviewing a record number of entries, we are delighted to announce the Challenge finalists and are ready to kick off the next phase where the public will have an opportunity to choose the top five projects they think best embody the President’s goal to win the future.

“All Across America, college and university students are helping our country out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world,” said President Obama. “I hope this challenge shines a light on their efforts, and inspires Americans of all ages to get involved in their communities.”

The top five vote getters will be invited to an event at the White House. They will also be featured by mtvU and MTV Act and be given the opportunity to host an episode of mtvU’s signature program, “The Dean’s List.”

Update:

The voting period for the first ever White House College Campus Champions of Change is now closed.

Thank you taking the time to vote for the projects you believe best embody the President’s goal to win the future. Based on your input, the 5 winning projects will be announced by the end of Monday, March 5th. Winners and their guests will then be invited to an event at the White House on Thursday, March 15th where they will be honored for their innovation, determination, and engagement.

The 5 winners will also be featured by mtvU and MTV Act and be given the opportunity to host an episode of mtvU’s signature program, “The Dean’s List.”

Again, we greatly appreciate your participation.

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