Advertise in Howard Magazine
Howard Magazine is an award-winning publication that reflects the heart and soul of Howard University.
The magazine examines the legacy of Howard University and the strides that alumni have made in every profession. It also highlights the university’s unyielding commitment to preparing some of the nation’s brightest minds to meet the challenges of an increasingly competitive and global society.
Every issue includes profiles of alumni who are excelling in their professions, faculty, and staff who are engaged in research and scholarship, and future leaders who are seeking innovative solutions to global issues.
With a print circulation of 88,000, Howard Magazine is published twice a year in print and online and once a year digitally. It is distributed to Howard University alumni, faculty, staff, and students; legislators; corporate partners; foundations; and private donors.
Booking Deadline: Nov. 15
Artwork Due: Dec. 15
Booking Deadline: July 15
Artwork Due: August 15
Currently, we are not accepting advertising for the digital-only Spring issue.
Advertising materials must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions or more information may also be addressed to email@example.com.
|Inside back cover||8.375" x 10.875"||$6,000|
|Full page (full bleed)||8.625" x 11.125"||$5,000|
|Full page (non bleed)||8.375" x 10.875"||$5,000|
|Half page horizontal (non bleed)||10.875" x 4.187"||$3,000|
|Quarter page vertical (non bleed)||4.187" x 5.437"||$2,000|
10% discount on reserving space in both print publications.
All ads print 4-color process.
Ads should be supplied print-ready via e-mail or digital transfer with a high-resolution color proof. Files will be accepted only if they are carefully prepared, pre-checked and include or are accompanied by all related files and fonts.
Bleed pages should be designed to accommodate either a right or left page.
Live matter should be at 1/4” from the trim. Trim size is 8.375” x 10.875”. Any non-routine production work required will be billed to the advertiser.