General Advertising Policy
All advertising is subject to approval by the St. Norbert Times. The St. Norbert Times reserves the right to deny any advertisement for any reason at any time.
Spring 2019 Dates and Deadlines
|Issue||Publication Date||Ad Deadline*|
|8||January 30||January 21|
|9||February 13||February 4|
|10||February 27||February 18|
|11||March 13||March 4|
|12||April 3||March 25|
|13||April 17||April 8|
|14||May 1||April 22|
*Inserts are possible by special arrangement. Allow four weeks advance notice.
Sizes and Rates
|Size||Dimensions w x h, inches||Price, Color||Price, Monochrome|
|⅛ page||6.15 x 3.00||$50||$25|
|¼ page horizontal||6.15 x 6.00||$75||$50|
|¼ page vertical||4.10 x 10.00||$75||$50|
|½ page horizontal||10.25 x 7.50||$100||$75|
|½ page vertical||6.15 x 15.5||$125||$100|
Of the 16 pages in each issue, pages 8, 9, and 16 (back page) are available for color ads, while pages 2-6 and 9-15 are available for monochrome ads. Placement preference is subject to availability.
To submit an ad, please email email@example.com with the dates, sizes, placement request, and image. Ads must be submitted in exact dimensions; high-resolution pdf or jpeg is the preferred format.
Invoices are sent the week of the placement. We accept payment by checks written to “St. Norbert Times.”
For each bi-weekly issue, 1,000 copies are distributed for a total of fourteen issues over course the academic year. The print copies are placed in most of the buildings on campus, including:
- ten student residence halls
- Main Hall
- Ariens Family Welcome Center (Admissions)
- Alumni House
- the Kress Inn
- Ray Van Den Huevel Family Campus Center
- Abbot Pennings Hall of Fine Arts
- Bush Art Center
- Michels Commons (dining hall)
- Miriam B. and James J. Mulva Library
- F.K. Bemis International Conference Center
- Gehl-Mulva Science Center
- Austin E. Cofrin Hall
- Francis H. Boyle Hall
- Todd Wehr Hall
- Old St. Joseph Church
Contact us below with any inquiries or questions.
About the Times
The St. Norbert Times is the official student newspaper of St. Norbert College. It was founded in 1929 with the purpose of providing students interested in writing and media an opportunity to inform the college community of the most recent news from within and outside of the college. In its humble beginnings, as a ‘child’ of the earlier founded college yearbook, Des Peres, the St. Norbert Times started off with only a few interested students, an adviser, legendary Fr. Anselm M. Keefe, O.Praem., and a printing company based in De Pere. It supported itself from selling subscriptions to students and also the local community.
Today, the St. Norbert Times continues to be published bi-weekly, keeping its focus on the community and is free of charge for students, faculty, and staff. The St. Norbert Times production as well as the organizational development, are overseen by the Editor in Chief, and the newspaper itself is made possible through the hard work and commitment of many student staff members. Sections include News, Features, Entertainment, Opinion, Sports, and Photography.
The St. Norbert Times strives to be an informative student-run newspaper that acts as a balanced and accurate source of news about St. Norbert College, as well as the world around it. In the spirit of the Norbertine tradition and the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, the St. Norbert Times will encourage and defend the principles of free inquiry, vigorous debate and the pursuit of truth.