Make sure you know everything about the poster run so that you can advertise your RSO events!
About the Poster Run
The poster run is a weekly service that the CAC provides for recognized student organizations. Flyers or posters are distributed to locations around the campus. If you have any questions, please call 766-6340 or stop by the CAC - Room 012 in the Wyoming Union!
A great way to get more people at your event is to utilize the Poster Run, offered by the CAC to all recognized student organizations!
- The posters must be for an event sponsored by an RSO. The full name of the sponsoring organization must be marked on all posters.
- If the poster is for an RSO activity (other than a meeting) the RSO must submit an event form through CollegiateLink.
- The posters must be turned in to the CAC by 1:00 PM on Friday. Posters will be distributed on Friday afternoon.
- The posters must be approved by a CAC staff member, and each poster must be stamped with the CAC stamp.
- Posters cannot promote alcohol or drugs of any kind (even if beer will be served at the event, it cannot be advertised on the poster).
- Please submit 39 posters to be distributed. If extras are submitted, they will be placed in RSO mailboxes - there are roughly 70 RSO mailboxes in the CAC.
- Posters will not be distributed if they discriminate against another student group, though posters may advertise an event or discussion.
- No special treatment will be given to any particular student organization. However, the poster run is offered on a "first come, first serve" basis.
- On weeks when many posters are submitted, not all posters may be distributed due to a lack of student staff in the CAC. Priority will be given to the organizations who turned in their posters first.
- When bulletin boards become congested, we may stack posters to consolidate space. We cannot tear down other posters to make room for ours. We will do our best to make all posters as visible as possible.
- After posters are distributed, the CAC is no longer responsible for their display - it is not feasible for us to monitor all boards.