The Union Executive Committee offers several communciations platforms that Union members can tap on for publicity puposes. Rules and regulations apply to each of them. For more information, kindly contact the respective members in charge or email@example.com.
ELECTRONIC DIGITAL MAILER
NUSSU E-newletters are sent out to all NUS undergraduates via email on Mondays. These provide students with information about various NUS student-intiated events and activities that are happening throughout the year.
The NUSSU blast service is solely catered to NUSSU entities that include NUSSU committees, constituent clubs, associate bodies, and other student groups which have obtained an endorsement from any of the NUSSU entities listed, for publicity purposes. Blast requests from external organisations and/or those with commercial interests will not be entertained.
The following materials are required for blasts to be carried out:
1) Publicity Artwork (displaying the respective committee's and/or endorser's logo)
2) Event write-up (70-100 words)
3) Weblink(s) to be included in the blast (e.g. sign-up links, FAQ links etc.)
The cut-off day and time for the submission of publicity materials for blasts is the Friday before at 6pm, if the blast is intended to be done on the coming Monday. (e.g. If a blast is intended to be done on Monday, 11th May, a blast request including all publicity materials required should be submitted by 6pm on Friday, 8th May.)
Kindly send in all blast requests and/or enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
GENERAL NOTICEBOARD PUBLICITY
General noticeboards across faculties on Kent Ridge campus, including those situated at campus bus stops, are managed by the Union. NUS student groups that wish to put up posters on these boards are allowed to do so once they have been granted permission and have received a stamp of approval on their poster.
The following rules and regulations are to be strictly adhered to with regard to noticeboard publicity:
- The maximum size allowed for posters is A3 for faculty noticeboards and A4 for bus-stop noticeboards. Only a maximum of 100 posters per event can be displayed at any one time.
- Posters are only allowed to be put up on general noticeboards on campus; placement on pillars/walls is strictly prohibited.
- Posters that flout guidelines are liable to be torn down without notice, and the offending organisation be banned from putting up posters for a period of time.
- Should you choose to utilise bus stop noticeboards, kindly approach the clerical officer at the NUSSU Secretariat for keys, but be mindful that they are on a 'same-day-return' basis by or before 6pm on weekdays. A deposit of $10 have to be made and will be forfeited if there is a late return of keys after office hours
- Event publicity on general noticeboards is allowed for up to a maximum of 1 month for NUSSU committees and CCAs and 2 months for research institutes, depending on a case-by-case basis.
Kindly send all general noticeboard publicity requests and/or enquiries to email@example.com.
For placement of posters within the vicinity of halls/residences, please approach the relevant management offices for approval.
NUSSU entities that include NUSSU committees, constituent clubs, associate bodies, and other student groups which have obtained an endorsement from any of the NUSSU entities listed, may request to publicise their events on the Union's Facebook page through post shares.
Kindly send all social media publicity requests and/or enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.