1. Any and all items for general posting must be approved by the Division of Campus Services. The approval process requires a minimum of 3 days for review and approval. To receive approval, e-mail a copy of your posting to firstname.lastname@example.org. Documents should be sent as an Adobe Acrobat or PDF file. Stamp of approval will be placed directly onto the document and sent back to you for printing and posting.
For postings which are already printed, visit Lavin-Bernick Center, Suite 107 for an approval stamp.
Posting inside academic buildings, the LBC, Reily Center or residence halls requires approval from building tenants, LBC Administration, and the Office of Housing and Residence Life respectively. See Appendices III and IV.
2. Once approval to post has been granted, only recognized student organizations, university departments, academic units, faculty, staff, and students may post on both General Post and University Maintained bulletin boards. Commercial posting by off-campus businesses, organizations, entities, and individuals is permitted ONLY on General Post boards. See Appendix I for locations. (back to top)
3. All materials to be posted must adhere to the following general publicity guidelines:
a. The organization sponsoring the event must have its name and contact information (phone number, e-mail or website and/or postal address) of the sponsoring group (or individual) visibly on the front of all publicity materials (posters, banners, fliers, etc.). Promotion for closed events must be by invitation and may not be done through the open posting or open distribution of posters, fliers, banners, etc.
b. Postings are to be no larger than 14" x 22." Anything larger than 14” x 22” should be sent to Campus Services at email@example.com for special consideration and approval. Publicity materials must reflect a responsible attitude toward alcohol. Materials that promote events where alcohol will be served must not overtly or covertly state or imply an invitation to participate in excessive drinking. Publicity materials promoting or advertising an event in which alcohol will be served must follow the Student Guide to the Tulane University Alcohol Beverage Policy as set forth by the University and approved by the University Senate.
c. Publicity must not degrade groups or individuals.
d. The Division of University Services reserves the right to reject publicity material if it is deemed inappropriate or if it fails to comply with the university guidelines.
4. General posting is only allowed on designated bulletin boards as listed in Appendix I. At no time shall any material be posted or affixed on vehicles, trash cans, trees, sidewalks, support columns, lamp posts, buildings, benches, vending machines, telephone poles, windows or doors.
On General Post boards, it is the responsibility of the party receiving approval to not only to post the material, but also to remove the posted materials within 48 hours of the event. Approved materials may be posted no more than 2 weeks prior to the event.
a. Only one poster is allowed per board or kiosk, regardless of board size.
b. Posting over or removing existing material is prohibited.
c. Items may only be posted with pushpins or tacks. All other adhesives used to affix fliers, posters, or banners to posting surfaces are strictly prohibited. NO STAPLES, NO TAPE!