You may request easels from the Office of Hospitality and Food Services to place posters near the coat check in the lobby or outside of Tishman Auditorium or Greenberg Lounge on the day of the event.
The facilities office will only accept requests for easels three days before an event. In addition, We will limit the number of easels at any given point in time to five. Students may of course still announce their events in the Docket and by posting notices in the Vice Dean's bulletin boards.
In response to the constructive feedback in last year’s community survey, we have been looking for economical and efficient ways to increase the space available to communicate the myriad and diverse activities of the Law School. To this end, the incremental upgrading of the public spaces in Vanderbilt Hall has given us the opportunity to upgrade the way we display posters advertising events.
You may have also noticed that a series of brass rails have been installed throughout the ground floor lobby and second floor landing of Vanderbilt Hall. We are excited about this system of display, as it will allow the community to have more posters and in more prominent locations than the previous use of easels. We encourage organizations to design posters to get noticed: keep your message simple, your text readable and be sure to remember the details (date, time & location).
Note the following revisions to the posting guidelines:
- Please visit the Office of the Vice Dean for approval 3 days before the event. (Vanderbilt Hall, room 341)
- No smaller than 11"x17"
- No larger than 24" x 36"
- Vertical in orientation
- Flat-mounted to at least 1/4" foam board or gator foam
If you have any questions about these policies, please contact Sara Lewin at 212-992-8193.
Please do not place any easels in front of the Lobby bulletin board.