Media Kit

Media Kit

Introduction


C O N T A C T
Ad agencies and external
advertisers should contact:

Sherrie Madia, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President
of Communications
201-200-2472
smadia@njcu.edu

NJCU Magazine
New Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
www.njcu.edu

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NJCU Magazine

Is the University’s premier publication for alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of NJCU. Published two times yearly by New Jersey City University, located in Jersey City, NJ, the magazine presents features and news that reflect its dynamic community. The magazine presents cutting-edge research from faculty, student and alumni achievements, and departments designed to engage the readership, including  “web exclusives”, rich photography and links to online photos galleries, videos and more.

With a circulation of more than 40,000 in print distributed by mail and email to NJCU alumni, and a digital circulation that is sent to a distinguished list of educators, leaders and officials in the Hudson County region and more, NJCU Magazine keeps readers connected to the University, which was ranked as one of the Top 10 “Best Bang for the Buck” schools in the northeast. For local and regional advertisers, NJCU Magazine delivers an educated, informed, and highly engaged readership nationwide in a targeted editorial environment, delivered in a professional and high-quality alumni magazine.

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Advertising Rates


C O N T A C T
Ad agencies and external
advertisers should contact:

Sherrie Madia, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President
of Communications
201-200-2472
smadia@njcu.edu

NJCU Magazine
New Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
www.njcu.edu

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Online and Electronic Advertising

NJCU’s brand new, responsive website mean that your online ad will be seen by alumni, friends, prospective and current students of the University via desktop or mobile.

NJCU Magazine’s Website Advertising Rates

Placement Option I: Atop of a select NJCU Magazine page (homepage not available), right-side column, includes link to your website. Includes placement of your ad within email notifications to all NJCU alumni and friends.

Size: 250 pixels (W) x 250 pixels (H)
Price: $75 a week

Placement Option II: Across the bottom of a select NJCU page (homepage not available), includes link to your website. Includes placement of your ad within email notifications to all NJCU alumni and friends.

Size: 470 pixels (W) x 60 pixels (H)
Price: $50 a week

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Demographics


C O N T A C T
Ad agencies and external
advertisers should contact:

Sherrie Madia, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President
of Communications
201-200-2472
smadia@njcu.edu

NJCU Magazine
New Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
www.njcu.edu


N O T A B L E  A L U M N I

Ambassador Clay Constantinou
(Ret.) ’73, ’99 (Hon.)

Honorary Jose Linares
’75, Newark District of New Jersey,
Federal Court Judge

Chirag Patel
’89, Co-CEO and Chairman,
Amneal Pharmaceuticals

Owen Ryan
’85, CEO, Deloitte & Touche LLP’s
Risk Advisory Practice (AERS)

Dr. Irene Trowell-Harris
’71, Major General USAF/Air
National Guard (Ret.)

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NJCU Magazine has a circulation of more than 40,000 readers comprised of alumni, faculty, administrators, students, and friends of the University. College educated, they represent a highly targeted and engaged demographic perfectly suited for local and regional media buys at an affordable cost.

NJCU Profile

Founded 1927
President Sue Henderson Ph.D.

Accreditation
Middle States Commission on Higher Education (Regional), Teacher Education Accreditation Council (Education), National Association of Schools of Art and Design (Art), National Association of Schools
of Music (Music), Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (Business), Accreditation Commission on Education in Nursing (Nursing), National Association of School Psychologists (School Psychology), Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (Counseling)

Type of Institution
Public, urban, diverse, commuter,
Minority Serving Institution, Hispanic
Serving Institution, Carnegie Classification,
Comprehensive University

Colleges and Schools
William J. Maxwell College of Arts and Sciences
Deborah C. Partridge Wolfe College of Education
College of Professional Studies
NJCU School of Business

Degrees Offered
Baccalaureate: B.A., B.S., B.F.A., B.M., B.S.N.
Master’s: M.A., M.S., M.A.T., M.B.A.,
M.F.A., M.M., M.S.N.
Doctoral: Ed.D

Degree Programs
Undergraduate: 43
Graduate degree or diploma: 28
Doctoral: 2

Faculty and Staff Numbers
Full-time Faculty: 258 | Full-time Staff: 676

Enrollment (Fall 2015)
Undergraduate: 6,229 | Graduate: 1907

Average Student Age
Undergraduate: 26 | Graduate: 35

 

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Advertisement Specification


C O N T A C T
Ad agencies and external
advertisers should contact:

Sherrie Madia, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President
of Communications
201-200-2472
smadia@njcu.edu

NJCU Magazine
New Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
www.njcu.edu

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Advertisement Space

NJCU Magazine accepts only full-page and half-page advertisements in addition to online advertising. Inside-front, inside-back, and back covers are reserved for full-page ads only.

  • Full page 8.5”w x 10.5”h
  • Half-page horizontal 7.5”w x 4.5”h
  • Half-page vertical 4.5”w x 7.5”h
  • Back cover 8.5”w x 5.25”h (Bleed .25” if needed)
  • Magazine Trim Size 8.5” x 10.5”
  • Accepted graphic file format Adobe Acrobat PDF
    • PDF/X-1a file or high resolution PDF (300dpi with fonts embedded).
    • CMYK files only. All spot colors, Pantone, and RGB colors must be converted to process.

Document Setup

  • Document page size should match the trim size of your ad space.
  • Text elements and nonbleeding elements should be kept .25” away from the trim edge.
  • Bleeds should extend .125” beyond trim and added to all sides of the page.

Copy Restrictions

Publisher reserves the right to reject advertising materials.

Copy Responsibility
Advertisers are solely responsible for the content of their advertisements placed and printed. Publisher accepts no responsibility for typographical errors.

Position Guarantees
Position is guaranteed for covers only, although every effort is made to accommodate specific requests.

Shipping

Space contracts, insertion orders, camera-ready copy, and proofs should be addressed to:

  • NJCU Magazine
    Attn: Sherrie Madia, Ph.D.
    2039 Kennedy Boulevard
    Hepburn Hall, Room 326
    Jersey City, NJ 07305

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Advertising Policy


C O N T A C T
Ad agencies and external
advertisers should contact:

Sherrie Madia, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President
of Communications
201-200-2472
smadia@njcu.edu

NJCU Magazine
New Jersey City University
2039 Kennedy Boulevard
Jersey City, New Jersey 07305
www.njcu.edu

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Advertising Policy

NJCU Magazine is intended to promote NJCU and its programs, and to engender loyalty and enthusiasm for the institution among the alumni, university community, and friends of the university. NJCU Magazine welcomes advertisements for goods and services of interest and value to its readership so long as the nature of the goods and services is consistent with the magazine’s limited purposes. For this reason, all contents of advertisements are subject to the publisher’s approval. Advertising is accepted pursuant to the following policy guidelines, and NJCU Magazine reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertisement. NJCU Magazine will not accept advertisements for tobacco, alcohol, illegal goods or services, or that promote services or advocate positions that the publisher deems inconsistent with the mission of the university or the magazine, or both.

  • Advertisements composing personal attacks on individuals in public or private are unacceptable.
  • In order to retain its current periodical nonprofit mailing status, the magazine cannot advertise promotions for credit cards, travel, or insurance.
  • Advertisements that simulate editorial content must be clearly labeled ADVERTISEMENT.
  • Advertisements from other institutions of higher learning are not accepted.

Copy and Content Regulations

In the decision to reserve advertising space, the advertiser and its agency agree to the following conditions:

  • Use of the University name and all associated trademarks and service marks of the University, the formal seal, the intercollegiate athletics trademarks, or distinctive scenes or landmarks on NJCU’s campuses is restricted to those advertisers who have obtained the written consent of NJCU University. For information, contact Sherrie Madia, Ph.D., at smadia@njcu.edu. Alumni groups may use the University’s marks and logos in compliance with University procedures and policies, and must identify their alumni group as such.
  • NJCU Magazine accepts only full-page, half-page advertisements; classified advertisements are not
    accepted.
  • All advertisements are accepted and published by the publisher upon the representation that the agency and advertiser are authorized to publish the entire contents and subject matter thereof.
  • In consideration of the publisher’s acceptance of any advertisement for publication, the agency and advertiser agree to indemnify and hold the publisher harmless from and against any loss or expense, including without limitation reasonable attorney’s fees, arising out of publication of such advertisement, including without limitation those resulting from claims or suits for libel, violation of rights of privacy, plagiarism, and copyright and trademark infringement.
  • The publisher shall not be liable for consequential damages if for any reason NJCU Magazine chooses not to publish an advertisement.
  • Advertisers may not cancel a space-reservation order or make changes to the ad after the art deadline.
  • NJCU Magazine is not responsible for any error in an advertisement after the advertiser has approved its contents.