The posters for Projects Day are printed in color at Seattle University and mounted by the teams on tri fold boards (36 x 48 inches). The poster board is provided for use at the display tables by each team and must be returned to the Project Center after Projects Day.

The poster template can be found under Student Resources on the right side, and it can also be emailed to your team by request. When your project team has completed the design and had it approved by your liaison/sponsor: please send a copy on PDF format and another copy on Microsft Publisher to your Faculty Advisor and your Design Coordinator. After a final review of the poster by the Faculty Advisor and Design Coordinator, all the posters will be forwaded to the Project Center for printing.

Please refer to your course syllabus for the poster deadline.

After the poster has been printed, project teams will assemble their posters during gluing sessions on Monday, June 1st and Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020. Project Center staff will provide the materials, space, and guidance for this activity. Gluing a poster to a tri fold board might seem very simple for many, but more than that, the point of having projects teams gluing their own posters, is for teams to see the final product, get feedback, and to let the Project Center know if there are any problems with the poster.   

Project Center Assistant Jorge Vargas will send an email to all project teams with the location and time for poster assembly sessions.

The finished display posters should include:

  • The name of the sponsor (and logo if sponsor has given permission for its use).
  • Seattle University signature or seal.
  • Title of the project.
  • Team number, names of team members, faculty advisor, and liaisons.
  • Short description of the need for the project.
  • Information on what the team did on the project and the results using charts, graphics, photographs, screen shots, or other visuals as well as narrative to explain the visuals.