Partnering and Advertising
There are a variety of ways to advertise through University Housing. Before printing your content, please make sure that you meet our requirements and follow reservation instructions for marketing to our students.
Who Can Promote:
University Housing will only promote University of Oregon departments and organizations. We are very committed to supporting the university’s mission—which includes promoting student health and academic success. We will not approve any materials that promote unhealthy behaviors—including underage alcohol consumption or drug-related behaviors, or may present a conflict of interest. We reserve the right to remove or deny any submissions we deem inappropriate. Please read the information for each medium to ensure you qualify to market with us.
Non-university affiliated groups should contact EMU Scheduling and Events for approved ways to market on our campus.
Ways to Promote:
|Posters||Residence Halls and Family Housing|
|Table Tents||Dining Venues|
|Digital Displays||Housing Service Centers|
|Tabling||Not Currently Allowed in University Housing Areas|
|Social Media||University Housing page and/or community pages|
|Collection Bins||Not approved at this time|
Art and Outside Building Restrictions:
We will not accept art that we believe reflects poorly on our brand or art that markets outside venues or companies that are in direct competition with us. For example, we will not approve the advertisement of off-campus food or beverage companies or off-campus apartment communities. Because of the location of many of our advertising spaces, individuals could assume we are endorsing the content, and as such our team will be looking for high-quality graphics and non-pixilated images that follow university communication standards. We reserve the right to not approve artwork that does not reflect the standards.
University Housing Style Guide:
If you are doing any work with logos, colors, photographs, or any other University Housing related items, please refer to our University Housing Communication Standards to help guide you through the design process.