Our paper, which is produced weekly on Fridays, has a total circulation of 1,500 copies and is read by students, faculty, staff and members of the community. If you would like to grab the attention of this market or promote your event, our paper is the perfect home for your ad.
Our ad rates are as follows*:
Two Column Ad: (4.3” x 3.75”)
One-Eighth Page (5.75” x 5.4”)
Business Price= $155.25
College Price= $62.10
One-Quarter Page (5.47” x 10.25”)
Business Price= $280.34
College Price= $112.14
*The Wooster Voice reserves the right to revise its rates or any other conditions set forth any time with 30 days notice to advertisers.
“College Price” refers to our pricing for nonstudent campus organizations that wish to advertise. Student organizations may advertise in the Voice for free. Anyone is welcome to submit events for the back page calendar for free.
Please email our business manager, Jon Berthiaume, for more information. After you and Jon discuss your ad size and the number of times you would like it to be published, he will provide you with an invoice. At that point, you can send a check (made out to The Wooster Voice) for the appropriate amount to:
The Wooster Voice
The College of Wooster
1189 Beall Ave.
Wooster, OH 44691
Payments must be received before the first ad prints. Ads cancelled after a publication deadline (the Tuesday before publication) will be charged in full.
NOTE: We do not create ads — you are responsible for sending our business manager a high quality image of the ad you would like us to print by the Tuesday before our Friday publication date. If we do not receive an ad by Tuesday at 4 p.m., we cannot publish it that Friday. The Voice must know basic ad content before agreeing to run any ad; the staff of the Voice reserves the right to refuse any ad. The Voice does not accept classified ads.
At your request, we will provide you with a PDF copy of the newspaper after publication so you can see how your ad looked in print.
If you have any questions or problems with your ad, please contact our business manager, Jon Berthiaume.