Wildcat Access is a full-color digital advertising opportunity available on the Central Washington University campus and features advertisements running on seven, 42-inch plasma screen monitors. Each advertisement runs for 15 seconds from a queue, playing on average once every five to seven minutes.
Five screens are strategically located located on both levels of the Student Union and Recreation Center (SURC) where students and university guests dine, study, meet and converse. It is home to a variety of services including the Wildcat Shop bookstore, meeting and conference rooms, entertainment venues, the Recreation Center and many other student services. With an average of 15,000 building entries each day, the SURC is the most highly trafficked facility on Central’s campus.
Thanks to a partnership with University Housing & New Student Programs and the Brooks Library, our two most recent screens have been placed in the Residence Life office (next to Barto Hall) and at the Academic and Research Commons (ARC) in the Library.
Such a diversity of ages, lifestyles, hobbies and backgrounds in these specific locations presents a great opportunity to advertise to your target market.
Creating your ad
There are two options for designing your ad. Our graphic design staff can create an ad tailored to your business and target audience for a one-time design fee. You may also create your own ad, in which we will provide you with the necessary creative and graphic guidelines to run effectively on the Wildcat Access screens.
*Summer quarter is 50% off
Allie Quy, Wildcat Access Sales & Marketing Student Manager
Central Washington University
400 East University Way, SURC 272
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7452
Phone: 509-963-1993 | Fax: 509-963-1894
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