College Design Contest

College students from all over Michigan can now take part in a prolife t-shirt design contest through Right to Life of Michigan. Among other prizes, your digitally created design could be featured in our Prolife Shop for purchase. Applications, designs, and creative statements are due May 3, 2024. For more information, contact Jazlyn Bailey at (616) 532-2300 or

2024 Contest Winner

The winner of the 2024 T-Shirt Contest is Faith from Grand Traverse who attends Northern Michigan College. She created this design to spread the message that the prolife movement not only advocates for babies but also for women. It is a positive conversation starter and an impactful message!

The Award

Right to Life of Michigan will award the winner their design available in the RLM online store, along with a $100 cash prize and a t-shirt with their design on it.


For creative minds to craft prolife designs that resonate with the value of respecting and protecting life at every stage. This contest seeks to engage our college community in fostering awareness and prolife perspectives through innovative and thought-provoking merchandise designs.


Any Michigan student who is a community college, college, or University freshman, sophomore, junior, or senior for the Fall 2024 or Winter/Spring 2024 semesters.


Criteria include the student’s application, design, and one-page creative statement.


The design must be created digitally. We would recommend Canva, Adobe (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) or CorelDRAW. Designs must be submitted as a vector-based PDF. All designs must be original creations of the contestant. Submissions must not contain profanity, trademarks, any other organization logo, or any copyrighted works of any other person, business, or nonprofit. The winning designer agrees to allow Right to Life of Michigan to use their design, free of charge, for any and all printing and promotional purposes. By submitting an entry, you are agreeing to all contest rules.


The application, design (as a vector-based PDF), and creative statement must be submitted to the state office by the student. It will be judged on a variety of ideas including the promotion of a culture of compassion, advocacy, open-mindedness, and a sense to encourage meaningful conversation about prolife topics. E-mail all submissions to Jazlyn Bailey before May 3, 2024. The winner will be announced via social media on May 17, 2024.