Be Featured in The Bulletin

There are many ways to be featured in The Bulletin. Current opportunities are listed below. If you have any questions or suggestions for additional features, please email ebeltram@acui.org.

Share Your Perspective

Writing an article for The Bulletin allows you to delve deep into a topic of interest and provide that information to others seeking it. Take advantage of this professional development opportunity and learn more about becoming a Bulletin contributor.

Do you have something to say? Have an idea or thought regarding the profession? Consider writing a guest column. Contact Elizabeth Beltramini to learn more.

Share Your Story

Through features in each issue of The Bulletin, you can tell ACUI members more about you and your union. Simply visit the submission forms linked below to be featured in an upcoming issue.

  • Union Spotlight  (share the history, special features, programming, and the students' role in the operations of your union)
  • Professional Profile  (share the story of what you do and why you enjoy working in the profession)
  • Student Leader Profile  (help your student share their story)

If you are finalizing a renovation or construction project, the Renovation and Construction Showcase is the place for you to share. The showcase is published annually in the January issue. Complete this online form to be featured. 

Have a new program or service you want to brag about? ACUI annually publishes the What's New in College Unions and Student Activities? Showcase. Email Liz Stringer if you have something to share.

Other Ways to Contribute

Those looking for more or different ways to contribute to the Association's magazine should consider the following:

  • If you've read a good book that you believe is applicable to others in the field, email Liz Stringer about providing a short book review for The Bulletin.
  • ACUI conducts a number of surveys each year. Be sure to respond to the call for information when receiving a survey request. This allows ACUI to have the most accurate information, making it more useful for you.

Updated May 11, 2016