Digital signs in Lucas Hall are intended to be a communication resource for Leavey School of Business students, staff, faculty, alumni, and guests of the School and University.
Internal LSB digital sign request should be submitted via the Marketing Needs list. Your MARCOM team representative will review your submission and contact you about your request.
For student and Student Organization signs within LSB, please read the guidelines and use the templates and submission form below. All submissions will go through the LSB MARCOM approval process before being displayed.
For requests outside LSB please submit to the Academic Technology site here:
Posting on the digital signs is available to communicate about events or news of interest to the SCU business community. Twelve high-resolution digital displays are located throughout Lucas Hall; three of these display in a vertical (portrait) format and the rest are displayed horizontally (landscape). Content for the digital signs is supervised by the Business School Dean's Office Marketing & Communications team. Display priority will be given to signs submitted from within the School of Business, though non-business-related signs may run at the discretion of the Dean's Office.
Signs run in a looping playlist with each one appearing for approximately 12 seconds. They will run for a maximum of 14 days, however, if you would like to advertise for an event longer than that you can submit a second sign that looks significantly different.
Content must be submitted to the Business School Marketing & Communications office at least 1 week prior to the desired run-date by a recognized University entity for approval. The School of Business reserves the right to edit text and/or design of slides to comply with University and School standards.
Digital Sign Checklist
Before you start the form (here »), make sure:
- Is the sign in the right format?
We accept .jpg, .png or .pptx formats. You are welcome to use either of our PowerPoint templates (.pptx) provided above.
Note: If you submit a .jpg or .png that doesn't follow School or University guidelines listed below, we reserve the right not to run it.
- Is the sign in the right size?
The above templates are already sized correctly, but:
Horizontal signs measure 1920 pixels wide by 1080 high
Vertical signs measure 1080 wide by 1920 high
Note: If only one size is submitted, we may opt not to run the sign on the other monitors.
- Is your sign ADA compliant?
All campus events must include the following ADA statement with a name and email or phone number to contact for accommodation requests.
"In compliance with ADA/504, please direct your accommodation requests to [NAME] at [EMAIL or PHONE]."
Note: If an event sign is submitted without the required ADA text it will not be posted.
- Is the sign announcing an event less than one week from now?
Due to the heavy volume of sign requests, we cannot guarantee less than a 72-hour turnaround. We request you submit your material at least one week before your sign is to go up — and in fairness to your audience, you should run the sign two weeks prior to the event!
- Does the sign promote a commercial venture or is it from a non-SCU-related organization?
Business School editors reserve the right to deny any posting deemed inappropriate for the purposes of digital signage (see above introductory statement).
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.