The LAST issue of the Sheaf for this year comes out on April 7th.
Friday, April 1st is the deadline to book your ad.

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15.16 Sheaf Media Kit

Whatever your business, no matter where you are located, whether you sell your product or provide a service, the University of Saskatchewan is a great target market that should be included in your plans to increase sales.

During the fall, winter and spring sessions there are approximately 15,000 full-time students, 4,000 part-time students and 7,000 faculty and staff on campus.

Students are developing their buying habits now, and as you know these habits are kept for years, even throughout adult life. When a student is satisfied with a product or service that they receive, they will advise other students of their discovery.

In order to tap into this lucrative market and increase sales, you must advise the U of S community of your existence, the product or service you provide, your location and how you can be contacted.

The best and most logical way to get your message to the students, faculty and staff at the U of S is to advertise in the most exciting and sometimes controversial publication on campus – The Sheaf.

The Sheaf has been the University of Saskatchewan students’ newspaper since 1912. It is published weekly (Thursdays) throughout the fall, winter and spring. Circulation is a minimum of 6,000 copies per week from the first issue in September to the last issue in April. Summer circulation is a minimum of 3,000 copies once a month in May, June, July and August. Our extensive network of distribution points makes this product readily accessible for readers.

The deadline for displaying advertising is Friday noon, the week prior to publication. Pdf files (with embedded fonts, graphics) are the preferred method of advertising file delivery via e-mail.

The Sheaf is printed at Transcontinental Printing Inc. 838 56th St. Saskatoon SK.

If you are considering marketing your business to the campus community please contact us. We will do our utmost to provide the service you expect.