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Advertising & Sponsorships

Campus Pride serves as a bridge to LGBTQ and ally college youth (average ages 17-25) on 1200+ campuses across the United States. Advertising in the Lil’ Purple Backpack Resource Guide, sponsoring Campus Pride events, or becoming a national sponsor leaves an indelible mark of fairness and equality in the minds of future LGBTQ and ally leaders.

 

If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director Shane Windmeyer at (704) 277-6710, ext 1.

 

Sponsorships

Event sponsorships provide a business and/or individual the opportunity to support a specific event, its goals and target audience. National sponsors are recognized at all events and receive broader exposure throughout the entire specified academic year.

The Campus Pride Event Sponsor Guide provides details on each event and sponsor levels.

The Campus Pride National Sponsor Program Guide outlines the various national sponsor levels available.

To learn more about our programs and events, please visit the following links:

 

Advertising 

Campus Pride currently offers two national advertising opportunities:

The Lil’ Purple Backpack Resource Guide is a high-volume, cost-effective opportunity to advertise your products, services, and/or talent to tens of thousands of students, faculty and staff at colleges and universities across the nation.

Campus Pride’s “Lil’ Purple Backpack” Resource Guide is a 60+ page, full-color, pocket-sized resource guide filled to the brim with exciting student organizing and social justice tips and tricks, how-to’s and action guides for LGBTQ students, campus and community organizers, student organizations and staff and faculty. The Lil’ Purple Backpack Resource Guide is a high-volume, cost-effective opportunity to advertise your products, services, and/or talent to tens of thousands of students, faculty and staff at colleges and universities across the nation.

Distribution:

25,000 copies distributed across the nation annually

Audience:

  • Thousands of individuals at colleges and universities nationwide
  • Directly to colleges and universities
  • Campus Pride LGBTQ-Friendly College Fairs
  • National and regional LGBTQ college activism conferences
  • Digital through Campus Pride website, blog, social media, e-news and distribution list (100,000+ per semester)

Learn more and advertise in the Lil’ Purple Backpack Resource Guide.

 

The Student Leader Programming LGBTQ Calendar is a print calendar published annually by Campus Pride that highlights LGBTQ conferences, events, Campus Pride programs, and other LGBTQ-specific resources listed for the upcoming the academic year.

The Student Leader Programming LGBTQ Calendar is an 11×17, full-color, foldable calendar. As of the 2016-2017 academic year, Campus Pride will offer 2×6 horizontal feature banner advertisements in the annual calendar. These banners are of a limited quantity and can be purchased here. The Student Leader Programming LGBTQ Calendar is distributed at multiple Campus Pride events across the nation, individually mailed out to colleges and universities, and will be available for download on the Campus Pride website year-round.

Distribution:

15,000 print copies distributed across the nation annually and online downloadable PDF file

Audience:

  • Thousands of individuals at colleges and universities nationwide
  • Directly to colleges and universities
  • Campus Pride LGBTQ-Friendly College Fairs
  • National and regional LGBTQ college activism conferences
  • Digital through Campus Pride website, blog, social media, e-news and distribution list (100,000+ per semester)

View a copy of the 2015-2016 Student Leader Programming LGBTQ Calendar (note: the 2015-2016 calendar did not feature banner advertisements; potential advertisers should expect the 2×6 banner advertisements at the bottom of the calendar and a draft copy will be provided soon).

Advertise in the Student Leader Programming LGBTQ Calendar.

 

Campus Pride is the leading national educational organization for LGBTQ and ally college students and campus groups building future leaders and safer, more LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities. The organization provides resources and services to thousands of college students and nearly 1400 campuses annually. Learn more online at CampusPride.org.