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Marketing for On-Campus Events

In an effort to increase sustainability efforts and communication USD has installed three new kiosks located in front of the IPJ, in between Camino Hall and Founders Hall, and in Plaza Menor. Each kiosk is four-sided, with two sides designated for postings from Associated Students and the Torero Program Board and one for Campus Events, from university departments or student organizations. The other two sides are for a campus map to help visitors navigate the campus and for postings by Auxiliary Services (IPJ and Plaza Menor) and by the College of Arts and Sciences. With the availability of the new kiosks, marketing events by taping fliers to the ground is no longer permitted.

All student posting requests for the kiosks must be submitted to Student Life Facilities in Hahn University Center, Room 205 for approval. As in the past, all fliers should have the following information: event name, event date, time, location, and contact person for the event. Fliers should be no bigger than 8.5x11, and events must be open to the campus community. The Kiosk Management Plan is available online and can help answer any questions.

In addition to the kiosks, fliers can be posted to newly mounted corkboards located in Camino Hall, Founders Hall and Serra Hall as well as in the Hahn University Center and Student Life Pavilion. Campus bulletin boards, like the kiosks are for posting information for campus events and programs. Click here for more information about the kiosks, bulletin boards, banners, event signs and electronic marquees.

Update: As of August 2014, table stands in Pavilion Dining are no longer an option for marketing. Please visit sandiego.edu/aux for more information.

"These protocols are intended to establish a balance between the desire to publicize and the university’s commitment to a sustainable environment."
Mary C. Whelan

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Introducing the Kiosks

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