Following are some posting guidelines for undergraduate registered student organizations:
For specific posting policies, please see the NSU Posting Policies by building.
**Please note all Posting Policies are subject to change without notification and are to the discretion of the building and/or building manager**
Unacceptable Publicity/Solicitation in any campus location
The university has designed suitable areas in most buildings for the purpose of providing a place to post notices. The purpose of this set of procedures is to outline guidelines for the general posting and distribution of publicity material(s) as well as provide guidelines for the use of designated places within the University Center for the posting of said material(s).
Designated Locations and Procedures
The University Center is divided into designated areas. Only registered student organizations, academic units, university departments, and approved non-university entities may publicize in the University Center. All publicity intended for the University Center must be approved by the appropriate designated area manager and stamped for posting. The designated areas are:
NO PUBLICITY IS ALLOWED IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS, but not limited to:
Posters/Window Advertisement: (please see below for more detail for all Student Organizations)
All other publicity materials (i.e. table tents, floor signs, banners, wall murals, message boards, televisions, easels, displays, etc) must receive written approval from the Director of Campus Life and Student Engagement or designee within the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement.
The only authorized posting area in the Alvin Sherman Library, Research and Information Technology Center is the bulletin board located in the Entrance/Exit way located on your right as you leave the building. Flyers must be approved by the Office of Campus Life and Student Engagement and should not exceed the dimension of 11”x17”.
Any publicity or signage to be posted in the Law Center must be approved by the Facilities Manager or his or her designee. The building Manager will also put up the poster in the Atrium and the Student Vending Area.
All material(s) need to go though Maria Lemme at email@example.com
All material will be submitted through the Marketing Manager of Chartwells. The type of publications placed in these areas can/will be limited to table tents, flyers, and posters. The umber of each material will be limited by the number of tables the Manager decides to utilize for advertising at each restaurant.
Student organizations may advertise in The Current at discounted rates. Student organizations may also submit calendar events and news briefs to be published at no cost. Organizations interested in advertising in the newspaper should contact the Business Manager at (954) 262-8461; for all other items, the Editor-in-Chief may be contacted at (954) 262-8455. In order to appear in the next issue, all advertising must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. Wednesday. Advertising Manager or advisor will approve all material submitted.
Student organizations may publicize on WNSU Radio X 88.5 FM at discounted rates. Public service announcements are also accepted without any costs. Organizations interested in publicizing on the radio station should contact the Business Manager at (954) 262-8457. Content is approved by Michelle Manley. Rates can be found at https://www.nova.edu/radiox/services.html.
Deadlines depend on the desired amount of “air time.”