Only Drexel University student groups, departments, or professional organizations may submit an ad to be displayed on the Drexel InfoNET. There is no charge for advertising on the infonet. Please fill out ALL of the fields in the form below, attach your ad (1360 x 564 JPG), and click SEND. Ads are normally processed twice a week by an available staff member who reviews each ad for quality, content, and specifications. However, the system is not maintained full time so you must plan ahead and allow for adequate time well ahead of your event to post your ad. Ads are permitted to run for 2 weeks prior. If there is an event date, any ad submitted prior to the 2 week period will automatically be dated 2 weeks prior to your event date. You must plan ahead to insure your ad is received in time. Ads can not run for longer than 2 weeks due to the volume of ads we receive. Multiple ads for one event are also not permitted. For ongoing or yearound events, please re-submit your ad every 2 weeks. Ads currently play for 10 seconds so it is important to display minimal copy and communicate your message or event date quickly. Due to volume, to effectively promote your event, consider making posters and flyers and submit your events to for consideration on the university calendar.

- JPG format (not JPEG)
- 1360 x 564 pixels; 72ppi

Images that do not conform exactly to these standards will not be displayed.

If you submit an ad and it meets the requirements, it will be added to the que and play. Before submitting an ad, make sure the info on the ad is correct. This also refers to the dates / times / etc.

Ads will not be taken down once they are playing, unless the 2 week playtime has expired.


Email :
Organization / Department:
Start Date:   
End Date
(ads automatically end at midnight on this date):
Additional Comments / Requests:
Attach Image (.jpg):
  JPG FILES: 1360 x 564 · 72 dpi only!
Drexel InfoNET

About the Drexel InfoNET

The InfoNET is a campus-wide network of displays exclusively for student organizations and departments to announce programs and events. This service is free to all Drexel University students and professional groups.

The InfoNET began as an initiative of the Undergraduate Student Government Association. If there is a problem with your ad please email
Screen Locations

There are currently 35 infonet screens located in various locations. In the residence halls they are located in the lobbies.

Administrative / Academic Buildings
    University City Main Campus
  • Bossone Research Enterprise Center,
    3rd Floor Atrium
  • Center for Automation Technology
  • Creese Commuter Lounge, Lower Level)
  • Creese Student Center, Lobby
  • Dean of Students Lobby
  • Daskalakis Athletic Center (DAC) Lobby
  • Disque Hall Lobby
  • General Services Building,
    Parking Garage Lobby
  • Hagerty Library Bookmark Café
  • Handschumacher Dining Center
  • Intercultural Center
  • Korman Center, 2nd Floor
  • LeBow Engineering Center Atrium
  • MacAlister Hall Lobby
  • Main Building, 1st Floor
  • Main Building, 2nd Floor
  • Main Building, East Corridor
  • Northside Dining Terrace
  • Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building
  • Ross Commons, 1st Floor
  • Recreation Center (3 locations)
  • Steinbright Career Development Center
  • Student Organization Resource Center
    (lower level Creese)

    Center City Hahnemann Campus
  • Bellet Building
  • New College Building
  • Stiles Hall

    Residence Halls
  • Caneris Hall
  • Calhoun Hall
  • Kelly Hall
  • Millennium Hall
  • Myers Hall
  • North Hall
  • Race Street Hall
  • Towers Hall
  • Van Rensselaer
Making a Good Ad


Jpg ads must conform to the following standards:

Width: 1360 pixels
Height: 564 pixels
Resolution: 72dpi (screen resolution)
File Format: JPG (.jpg)


The following tips are offered as advice to make the most effective ads for this medium. Remember, ads on the InfoNET are only displayed for 10 seconds and therefore have a limited ability to communicate information to viewers.

  • Avoid using type smaller than 20 points.
  • Avoid fonts that are too thin, scriptive, decorative, or unusual – especially for wordier areas of text. Reserve special fonts for larger and shorter usage.
  • Avoid too much text. People can't read a page of information in 10 seconds.
  • Keep ads simple. Use as little information needed to get the point across. Cluttered, busy ads can overwhelm viewers.
  • Avoid placing text over intricate or elaborate graphics: it makes it hard to read.
  • Keep the contrast high between font colors and background colors. Light green text on a light blue background is difficult to read.
  • Leave http:// off web addresses: it is unnecessary. URLs should be listed as
  • Graphics and photos grab peoples' attention. Use them but don't over do it with too many.
  • If advertising an event, don't forget the important information: time, date, location, and whether there is a fee or not.
  • Special effects applied to text (such as drop shadows, embossing, and outlines) can improve legibility when used correctly. They can also make text hard to read. Avoid heavy-handed use of effects especially on copy that is wordy or small.

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