Promote your Event
BSA knows how difficult it can be to promote your group or event. That’s why we have partnered with the Student Activities Office to offer groups some of the best advertising possibilities.
If you are interested in placing an advertisement in the Faunce Arch or in any of the glass bulletin boards scattered throughout the Campus Center or J Walter Wilson lobby, we are here to help!
How it Works
Drop off your posters at the Campus Center Information Desk and let us know where you want them. We will put them up for you the same day! We are available:
- Monday through Friday: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
- Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Your posters will appear in 3 places: The Faunce Arch, JWW Bulletin Boards, and the Faunce Bulletin Boards.
Faunce Arch: for short term and immediate advertising needs. Posters are put up the same day you drop them off and will remain up until the event has passed or for a maximum of seven days. Each student group may have a maximum of two posters up at once. This limit may be reduced to one during weeks with high demand.
Glass Bulletin Boards: we recommend the Glass Bulletin Boards for long-term advertising needs. Posters are put up on Saturday morning only. Posters will remain up until the event has passed or for a maximum of three weeks.
Student groups are not allowed to put up posters without coming to the Campus Center Information Desk. Additionally, posters must be in line with the University Postering Regulations.
Posters found on the Faunce Arch or on the Glass Bulletin Boards without a stamp will result in a violation for the sponsoring group. Posters found anywhere else in the Campus Center or in J Walter Wilson will also result in a violation for the sponsoring group.
Groups will be allowed ONE warning per academic year. We will fine groups $15 for their second offense and $50 for each subsequent offense. Additional fines may be assessed by the SAO depending on severity infractions. Groups that continue to violate these policies will be subject to disciplinary action.