The Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities along with the UCF Parent and Family Fund hosted the 5th Creed Art Contest in November 2014. All students were encouraged to submit original works of art that represented the UCF Creed values: Integrity, Scholarship, Community, Creativity and Excellence.
The winner, Kimberly Montano-Tavera who painted “Knight Helmet” won Nook from Barnes and Noble and runner-up Cara Salinas who painted “Dreams of Lake Claire” received a UCF Creed giveaway basket. Students who submitted their artwork included their personal artistic reflections.
One student artist, Nadya Mishutina submitted a work of art of the Recreation and Wellness Center building where she has worked the past two years and refers to her “second home.” Her artwork is hung in the RWC for other students to view and enjoy. Mishutina wrote this about her art, “I am a UCF Knight, never stop and never give up. Even if everybody sees the limit or obstacles, there is always a way to move up.”
All Creed Art submissions are currently on display throughout the RWC and the Student Union second floor. OSRR is a department in the Division of Student Development and Enrollment Services.