Congratulations! The members have agreed to move forward with an idea for an event! Now it’s time to let the rest of the campus know about the idea. The following list can serve as a reminder for things to take care of when publicizing the program. Remember, always talk to the advisor before finalizing any publicity materials.
You should also note the policy guidelines for advertising and posting. These can be found here.
The official student notification publication, Bear Essentials, is an electronic newsletter geared toward students that
The KU Daily Brief
Published daily, the KU Daily Brief serves as an informative publication directed toward faculty and staff. Organizations should consider using this publication to advertise meetings and events. To submit items for the Daily Brief, simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 p.m. on the day prior to publication. More information
Take advantage of all of the advertising opportunities you have through ENGAGE. Post your flyer, share information with other students and more! https://engage.kutztown.edu
Facebook, Twitter, and Word of Mouth
Create a group and/or event
Carousel TV is the method of advertising on
Kutztown Campus Radio Announcements
Any University organization can have their events announced on the air, free of charge, by simply contacting KU’s radio station. Call 610-683-4059.
KU Information Channel
Written announcements can also be made over the KU Information Channel for FREE.
Want an event to be a feature story? Newsbreak may be interested in a particular event for news and can be reached at email@example.com or 610-683-4051.
Graphic Design Services
Student Union and Involvement Services
If you would like to have the event publicized in the University newspaper, stop by the office located in MSU 194. Allow enough time before the event for The Keystone staff to put together the information they need and to meet their deadlines.
Distribution Ideas and Resources
Advertise your event by posting flyers on campus. Please be sure to adhere to the policies outlined in the student handbook, The Key. This can be found online here.
Ask some of the area merchants if flyers may be posted in their store windows. Contact local schools and ask them to advertise the event to their students, if appropriate.
McFarland Student Union Information Desk
Drop off publicity materials you want
Residence Hall Information Dissemination
Posters can be delivered to Residence Life, Housing and Dining Services for distribution to the residence halls. Quantity: 30 to be in each of the hall posting areas; 100 to be on each floor. For details about this process contact Residence Life, Housing and Dining Services at 610-683-4027.
Chalking is a quick and inexpensive high impact strategy for promoting. General guidelines state that chalking is only permitted on sidewalks and other uncovered walkways. Only
Faculty and Staff
Speak to the faculty and staff members that you know, including your advisor. Ask them to share the information with people they know. See if they have any suggestions about offices or groups that might like more information.
Have all group members make announcements in classes. Have flyers available to hand out to those interested.
Create a banner to hang in the MSU Atrium. Complete a form found in MSU 274 to reserve a location.