The Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life (LBC) offers you numerous ways to market your event to the Tulane community including table tents, digital signage, and bulletin boards.
5 Things TU Know is a weekly e-newsletter sent each Monday by the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life. The purpose of the newsletter is to promote events, resources, and opportunities on and around campus to the Tulane community.
Complete the Submission Request Form to post your information and select the Monday you would like your information shared in the newsletter. If you want to post information on multiple weeks, please submit each post individually and select the corresponding date. Please note that the submission request does not guarantee inclusion in the newsletter depending on the number of requests for a particular week. Be sure to check your information for accuracy before you submit.
Director of the Lavin-Bernick Center
The Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life (LBC) offers a variety of ways to promote events, programs, and services via digital media technology. These include a large video wall on the first level and TV monitors on all levels of the LBC. See below for basic information about posting
Assistant Director of the Lavin-Bernick Center
Table Tents are a great way to get the word out for your event while community members use the seating in the Food Court and Nalty Commons dining areas on the first floor of the Lavin-Bernick Center.
Recognized Student Organizations and University departments can reserve table tents for FREE
Outside organizations are not permitted to reserve table tents
The Lavin-Bernick Center reserves the right to deny table tent reservation requests or remove content at any time should it violate any policies.
The Lavin-Bernick Center manages 14 reservable indoor and outdoor banner spaces in the following locations...
Floor Plan Locations (Link coming soon!)
Recognized Student Organizations and University departments can reserve banner spaces for FREE
Outside organizations are not permitted to reserve banner spaces
The Lavin-Bernick Center reserves the right to deny banner reservation requests or remove content at any time should it violate any policies.
All materials for campus bulletin boards must be approved by Campus Services prior to posting.
The LBC can accept up to two approved bulletin board postings...
Bulletin board postings may be dropped off at the LBC Information Desk located on the first floor of the LBC
Tulane University's student-run news source, The Tulane Hullabaloo, effectively reaches the Tulane community on a daily basis in multiple different ways. From the online website (tulanehullabaloo.com), the out-of-home (OOH) news racks, the social media accounts, the street team of students, the weekly email newsletter, to the print edition, The Tulane Hullabaloo has it all. Any type of business or organization with any budget is able to utilize The Tulane Hullabaloo's solutions to reach the Tulane community.
The Tulane Hullabaloo's business department recommends clients place orders three weeks in advance to ensure the organization's preferred placement, but orders can be submitted the day before the run date.
Payment is accepted via credit card (preferred), invoice, or an interdepartmental transfer (IT). Credit cards are not charged until the client's campaign ran and was verified by the account executive. Once a campaign is placed, the client can upload creative documents into the flytedesk system, view campaign and run details, and analytic information.
Reach out directly to an account executive by emailing email@example.com.