Guide to Colleges & Universities—December 2017 Issue
Boston magazine is proud to partner with the New England Board of Higher Education to bring our readers the annual Guide to Colleges & Universities. For the 2018 edition, we are thrilled to present this custom content online in addition to in the December issue of Boston magazine. Based on the ad size contracted, please provide the following information according to the guidelines listed below.
All materials must be filled out in order to move forward into design. Please only fill this form out once.
Should you have any trouble, please contact your Account Executive or Julia Kacmarek at [email protected].
Photo and logo submission: Please email school logo and photos to Victoria Larson at [email protected]
Logo: Please provide a vector file of your school logo (.eps or .ai files)
- 300 DPI JPEG of professional grade photography
- For a Full Page profile: Provide 3-5 high res images
- For a Half Page profile: Provide 2 high res images
- For full page advertisers: Submit up to 500 words max about your school.
- For half page advertisers: Submit up to 200 words max about your school
EXAMPLE: The best way to prepare for a future filled with choices is to get an education that teaches you how to choose. Goddard College is a small, progressive liberal arts college that offers low-residency programs leading to accredited bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education, creative writing, interdisciplinary arts, sustainability, health arts and sciences, psychology, and individualized studies.
At Goddard, you don’t pick among courses already designed-you join faculty in creating just the independent studies you need. You learn to make decisions, take a leadership role, and assess yourself honestly. Goddard is a leader in transformative education that joins individual learning with action in the world. We cultivate knowledge, skills, and strategies that respond effectively to the changing needs of communities and circumstances.
Applicants should exhibit competency in critical and reflective thinking and writing skills documented in application essays, transcripts, and letters of recommendation. Goddard is a test blind school and does not use results from standard tests in making admissions decisions. Goddard is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.