Sponsorship and Advertising
CCCU conferences are a great way to reach the membership at large. Each year hundreds of representatives of the CCCU community attend various conferences across the country. One of the primary benefits of sponsoring an event is the ability to network with key administrators and faculty from our member institutions. Event sponsorships give your company significant promotion and presence before a national audience. Conference attendees meet your key staff and learn more about your company through one-on-one, intimate conversations. Sponsors increase their visibility and gain a greater voice within the community of Christian higher education.
• Reach an influential, exclusive audience.
• Conference attendees can meet your key staff and find out more about your company.
• Increase company visibility before a national and international audience.
• Enhance corporate image.
• Gain access to nationally recognized four-year colleges and universities from North America and around the world (Ex: John Brown University, Fuller Seminary, Pepperdine University, Uganda Christian University, and more)
Download the CCCU Advance and e-Advance media kit to learn more about print and email advertising opportunities. Advance magazine is a biannual publication with a circulation of 9,000. e-Advance is a monthly email newsletter sent to nearly 8,000 subscribers.
During the conference year, there may be opportunities to sponsor a webinar that focuses on a particular peer group or on a topic of general interest to our member institutions. If your organization is interested in this type of sponsorship, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about this aspect of partnering with the CCCU.
The CCCU coordinates regular institutional research to support the day-to-day management of its member schools through the Comprehensive Assessment Program and conducts occasional topical research to explore aspects of the most pressing issues facing Christian higher education. Sponsorships of the CCCU research program involve either financial support of the Comprehensive Assessment Program, enabling less highly-resourced member schools to participate in regular institutional research through financial support of the Comprehensive Assessment Program, or the commissioning a large-scale research project on a topic vital to the future of the Christian college movement.
Throughout the year, there are numerous opportunities for sponsors and exhibitors to reach members of the CCCU community. From webinars to large-scale conferences to targeted gatherings of individuals around common interests, we would be happy to discuss which option would be the best fit for you.
For additional information and questions regarding sponsoring a CCCU event, please contact email@example.com.