This competition is open to college-level students who are active members of Collegiate DECA.
Participation is for individuals only (no teams).
Please talk to your instructor or department head to see if your school has a Collegiate DECA Chapter.
Click here for information about starting a Collegiate DECA chapter
or contact Michael Mount at Collegiate DECA at firstname.lastname@example.org
CODE OF CONDUCT:
Participants agree to compete by the Rules of Competition listed on this page. Participants
further agree that all work submitted is work done by the participant.
Participants understand that any attempt to hack or cheat the simulation is grounds for removal from the competition
and possible further actions. Participants agree to refer any questions on what may constitute a cheat to Knowledge
Matters for a decision.
In the event of a tie, the individual with the earliest file submission will rank higher, so it is important to get your files
ranked early in the competition.
All participants agree to be bound by the following Honor Code: I pledge that all work submitted is solely my work. I have received no outside help with the challenge. I pledge not to hack or cheat in any way and agree to report others that I am aware of who hack or cheat.