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2016 May 11 - 06:43 am

Higher Education Events Planner

A Comprehensive Meeting Planner Supplement on Events for ­Community College Professionals

Look for a Comprehensive Supplement on all events for ­community college professionals in the coming 2016-2017 ­Academic Year. Find out what is happening, where it is ­happening - and who should attend and why. If you are planning a meeting or event, take ­advantage of this ­opportunity to invite the ­participation of Community College Week ­readers through ­discounted advertising ­opportunities. 

Place editorial about your conference, association or meeting in a handy 2016-17 Meeting Planner/Calendar that will be distributed to CCW readers both in print and via the Internet at www.ccweek.com 

Advertising Space & Editorial Submission ­Deadline: July 14, 2016

Available Ad Sizes & Special Rates

1) 1/5 Page: $425*; 3.94” wide x 6.75” high (Horizontal) or 1.88” wide x 13.50” high (Vertical)

2)  Square: $650*; 6” high x 6” wide

3) 1/2 Page: B&W $995**;  Color $1,575**; 10.13” wide x 6.75” high (Horizontal) 

4) Full Page: B&W $1,990**;  Color $2,550**; 10.13” wide  x 13.5” high

 * With these ad sizes (1,2) you are invited to write a 350-word editorial submission.

** With these ad sizes (3,4) you are invited to write a 850-word editorial submission.

For more information and to reserve advertising and editorial space, call the advertising department at 703-978-3535 or e-mail ads@ccweek.com


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