The Lawrentian will accept both on- and off-campus single-use advertising requests from companies and student organizations. All advertising is subject to approval by The Lawrentian. The Lawrentian reserves the right to deny any advertisement that does not adhere to both this policy and The Lawrentian Editorial Policy.
Advertising of events for which the primary purpose is the consumption of alcohol is prohibited.
Advertising of events that serve alcohol must be handled in a responsible manner without promotion of drink specials or excessive drinking.
Advertising must not degrade groups or individuals.
Advertising must not promote illegal activities or activities prohibited by the Lawrence Handbook.
Advertisements must be approved by both the Editor-in-Chief, Layout Editor, and Advisor by Tuesday at midnight of that week’s paper. The Lawrentian also may deny or delay publication of an advertisement to a subsequent issue if unable to accommodate within the current issue. The Lawrentian will receive advertisement requests for both on-and-off-campus advertising through The Lawrentian student email (email@example.com) with the following information:
Black and white or color (color ads are only available to be printed on the back page)
A high resolution PDF or JPEG file with the advertisement (with the correct dimensions, listed below)
The Lawrentian will not charge student organizations for advertising at any time. Off-campus ads will be charged as follows:
Sizes and Rates
Dimension (w x h)
6.15 x 3.00
¼ page horizontal/vertical
6.15 x 6.00 or 4.10 x 10.00
We accept payment by checks written to “The Lawrentian.” All payments must be made before noon on the Thursday of the current edition. The Managing Editor is responsible for tracking payments. Money from paid advertisements are considered part of The Lawrentian‘s non-philanthropic fundraising, as detailed in the student handbook (see Organization Finances, 5.00 Allocation guidelines, .10 Fundraising). The Lawrentian keeps the revenue from advertisements, and this money is not restricted by LUCC allocation guidelines (see Organization Finances, 5.00 Allocation guidelines, .10 Fundraising).