EScholarship Jingle Competition

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About Jingles

According to one source, the first radio jingle was created in 1926 for Wheaties and ever since has been a huge part of radio programming and radio & TV advertisements! Everyone has at least one idea for a great jingle and we want to hear what WSU students can create! Singing, limericks, talking, music, effects … all can be used to show off your creativity.

NOTE: All entries must be created/edited on either your WSU laptop or tablet device. Students that do not have a tablet may check one out at the Front Desk in Somsen 207.

Up to two (2) Aspen Capital e-Warrior Scholarships will be awarded for this competition to one team.

  • Please take the time to view entries from other years. Look under "Past Year's Entries" below.

This Year's Theme

This year's theme is THE FUTURE OF LEARNING.

The 2021-2022 university theme “The Future of Learning” asks the campus to explore together how we can close the gap between how we are organized and the needs of the future. Show us your visions for:

  • Who will be learning at WSU?
  • How will we learn at WSU?
  • What environments and tools will support learning at WSU?


Team Size: Up to 2 students

Entry must follow the theme: "The Future of Learning".

    • You need to show us examples of this in your entries.
  • Format: MP3
  • Length: Must be either 30 seconds or 60 seconds
  • Technology: Must use WSU supported software or freeware
  • Technology: Entry must be created and edited on WSU laptop or tablet

Submission Information

Submission Dates

  • January 1st - March 31st, 2022
  • You can start working on your entries at any time but cannot submit until after January 1st, 2022.

Submission Information

*To submit your entries go to

  • If you are submitting more than one entry to a category:
    • Submit 1st entry to link above, any additional entries in that category to Please include your name and warrior ID # in the email along with the entry's title and category.


By submitting an entry, I guarantee that the content of my entry is free of any copyright restriction and agree to provide WSU with copies of any copyright releases I have acquired, should they be requested. Winona State University cannot be held responsible for any consequences resulting from possible copyright violation. I agree to defend and indemnify the University and/or the University’s licensees and assignees and hold them harmless against all claims, suits, costs losses, damages, and expenses, including reasonable attorney’s fees, that the University and/or the University’s licensees and assignees may sustain by reason of any unlawful matter contained in the program. WSU also reserves the right to use submissions to the e-Competition, in whole or in part, for future promotion and demonstration.

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How We Judge

  • Selection of scholarship recipients will be based on the following:
    • Use of the eWarrior theme – 20%
    • Overall impact (inspiring, persuasive, informational) – 20%
    • Creativity – 20%
    • Memorable content and delivery – 20%
    • Clear message – 20%



Feel free to stop in at the Digital Learning Commons in Krueger Library with any questions.

Or email:

Past Years Entries

Helpful Information

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There are five categories in which students may participate.

The recipient(s) of each event will win a $1,000 e-Warrior: Digital Life & Learning Scholarship provided by Aspen Capital.