How to Promote Your Event

There are many ways to market your events across campus and to the greater Princeton community. Here are some resources to consider.  

On-Campus Resources 


Contact: Darcy Cotten, Print and Mail Services, [email protected]
Contact: Princeton Student Agencies, One Studio, [email protected]

Poster Guidelines

“Posters at Princeton” Instagram story  

Contact: [email protected] 

"Posters at Princeton" Instagram story runs every Monday on the Princeton Instagram.  

Community and Regional Affairs  

Contact: Jessica Malone, Community and Regional Affairs, [email protected]

Community and Regional Affairs has a weekly community newsletter called Uproar. Uproar is published on Fridays and includes events for the upcoming week. Please remember to include images along with credits.  

Short for Frist Campus Center. A gathering place for the campus community; includes classrooms, faculty offices, lecture halls, performance spaces, student government offices, all undergraduate student mailboxes and package lockers, computer clusters, meeting spaces,a variety of retail dining services, and a ticket office. Frist also provides diverse programming for the campus community. Frist and Frick sound similar but are two separate buildings.  Marquee Space 

Undergraduate Student Organization’s or Department’s can request the use of one of the four marquee spaces on the north side of Frist Campus Center. Before completing the form, please be sure to carefully review the guidelines and information presented below. 

Digital Sign near the The New Jersey Transit train that connects Princeton Station to Princeton Junction Station on the Northeast Corridor line. Located next to Wawa off of Alexander Rd. Bar

Contact: Performing Arts Services

Lamppost Banners

Contact: Facilities

There are two: the McCosh Health Center, named for Isabella McCosh, and McCosh Hall, home of the Department of English, named for Isabella’s husband, James McCosh, Princeton’s eleventh president). McCosh Hall is home to Princeton’s largest lecture hall, McCosh 50.   Walk Banner 

Contact: Banner Reservation Request Form

*Student Organizations Only*

Washington Road Banner 

Contact: Office of Community and Regional Affairs, (609) 258-5144

Frist Campus Center 

Reserve a table, easel, or hang a banner at the Frist Campus Center. To reserve spaces in Frist Campus Center via the Event Management System. System of record for all space reservations on campus (including classes, exams, and events, conferences, meetings, etc.).  web app at

Nassau Weekly 

Contact: Nassau Weekly, [email protected]

The Nassau Weekly is a student-run newspaper published every Thursday  

The Daily Princetonian 

Contact: Daily Princetonian Business Office, [email protected] or (609) 375-8553

"The Prince" is a student-run daily newspaper.

Princeton Alumni Weekly (P.A.W.) 

Contact: Beth Perrino, [email protected] or (609) 258-4886

The Princeton Alumni Weekly is an independent, nonprofit magazine that records news of the alumni as well as covers some of the current news happening at Princeton University. 

Lewis Center Arts Calendar 

Contact: Calendar Submission Form

The Lewis Arts Center houses Princeton University's programs in Creative WritingDanceMusic TheaterTheaterVisual Arts

WPRB 103.3 

Contact: Sales Department, sales@wprb or (609) 258-3656

Princeton University’s student-run radio station.  

Collaboration and Word of Mouth 

What makes Princeton exceptional is our community of faculty, staff and students. Make sure you connections with your coworkers in other departments in order to widen your net for publicity. 

Promote Off-Campus  

Before advertising your event off campus with either paid advertisements or press releases, please notify the Office of Communications.

Planet Princeton 

Contact: Krystal Knapp, [email protected] 

Contact: Community Calendar Submission Form

Town Topics

Contact: Advertising Information

Princeton Info

Contact: [email protected] or phone (609-452-7000). 

Areas in Town 

Some businesses allow local advertisements in their locations. Small World Coffee, Starbucks, and the Princeton Public Library are a few locations to inquire with. Please make sure to remove any postings immediately following your event and to abide by any town or state posting policies.