College Club T-Shirt Designs And Clipart
Turn heads on campus with custom college club t-shirts! As you can see from the customer photos below, custom tees make your group stand out and look awesome. Itâ€™s easy to design online â€“ just pick your favorite tee and head to the lab to add text, upload photos, and make the perfect design. Need inspiration? Check out our college group shirts and college club design ideas.
Denim Day 2014 by Marymount California University - 3 months ago
"Marymount California University students took part in "Denim Day 2014" this April to take a stand against sexual violence in our communities. Students, staff, and faculty were given t-shirts we designed with CustomInk.com and encouraged to wear the t-shirts and jeans on Denim Day to help spread awareness about sexual violence. This was my first time working with CustomInk.com and the process was super easy. Their customer service team was very helpful and responsive when I had to change some of the artwork at the last minute."
Ag Day 2014 by University of Delaware Animal Science Club - 3 months ago
"Every year Animal Science Club participates in the University of Delaware College of Agriculture and Natural Resources' Ag Day celebration. Ag Day is an open event that invites the public to join the college and its students for a day of interactive and educational displays and demos promoting agriculture. Animal Science Club is the largest student organization in the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (CANR) and we put a lot of effort into our Ag Day display which includes sheep shearing, cow milking, animal encounters, and educational displays. Designing and ordering t-shirts is done to commemorate each Ag Day and bring the club together for the annual event. We recently started using CustomInk, but the exceptional customer service and easy-to-use design lab has roped us in for good! I can't imagine using any company other than CustomInk to provide us with such quality and fun Ag Day shirts. Thank you!"
Food Science Club WSU & IDAHO by Andrea June - 3 months ago
"The Food Science Club is a program shared by both the University of Idaho and Washington State University(only 6 miles apart). This event is to raise awareness about the small club. We wear funny shirts and participate in a Pub Crawl around Moscow Idaho during Vandal Friday where many people come and visit WSU/U of I- to check out the universities and all the programs it has to offer. This year our shirts said "FOOD SCIENTISTS ALWAYS USE PROTECTION" with a picture of safety goggles; because when making cheese in bulk we have to dress up from head to toe for clean processing! Yay Ferdinand's Cheese & Ice cream Factory! This is also our last chance to have fun together as a group before we all depart off into the Food Science Industry with our Food Science degree! "
Boston University Alternative Spring Breaks 2014 by BUASB - 3 months ago
"Boston University Alternative Spring Breaks is one of the largest ASB programs in the country and sent 38 trips out over our March break to do community service. As a thank you to our trip coordinators we ordered sweatshirts off of CustomInk and as you can tell, they turned out great!"
Earthball Rasising Funds for Cancer Research by Earthball - 3 months ago
Power-in-Box by Power-in-a-Box - 3 months ago
March for Babies 2014 by Dantas Lab - 3 months ago
UNLV March for Babies Walk Team by UNLV STARS - 3 months ago
"UNLV STARS is a medical imaging based student group that walked to support premature babies and healthy pregnancy this past weekend. Our team was the first UNLV team ever at the March for Babies in Las Vegas. We had over 35 students participate in the walk team and hope to double that number at next year! Custom ink was extremely helpful, especially with two last minute orders! Can't wait to start designing next year's shirt! "
Hail Yeah by Spes Nostra Team Captain - 3 months ago
""Spes Nostra" is Latin for "Our Hope," which is an epithet for Mary, the Mother of God. By God's grace, we finished the American Odyssey, a 200-mile relay race, in 25 hours and 24 minutes, and we placed sixth overall, out of 120 teams! Do you like God and triumph (over sin and death over sporting competitors)? Then vote for this picture. If not, do you at least like really, really, really good-looking groups of people? Then vote for us. "