The Poster Run is proudly brought to you by the Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association. It is a great way to promote the campus community. Please review the guidelines provided prior to submitting your request.
Village Dons, Renison, & St. Jerome’s Colleges, Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association’s boards & outside kiosks. This run is great for targeting first year students while they are forming habits at Waterloo.
Fall Term: 135 posters
Winter Term: 135 posters
Spring Term: 60 posters (only some UW residences open for Spring term)
Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association’s boards in academic buildings on main campus and outside kiosks only. This option reaches the widest range of students (on campus and off campus, as well as both first and upper year students).
Fall Term: 27 posters
Winter Term: 25 posters (outside kiosks not available)
Spring Term: 28 posters
The cost of the Poster Run service does not include printing charges. All prices below are +HST (ex; $20 becomes $22.60 after tax)
Letter space: 8.5″ x 11″
$15 – Clubs
$22 – Societies
$55 – University Departments
Tabloid space: 11″ x 17″
$30 – Clubs
$44 – Societies
$110 – University Departments
200 University Ave West Student Life Centre, Room 1116 Waterloo, ON Canada N2L 3G1
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