The Signal newspaper, formerly known as The UHCLIDIAN, is a unique bi-weekly publication distributed free of charge throughout the University of Houston-Clear Lake. The professional design, easy-to-read format and in-depth articles appeal readily to more than 8,000 students, faculty and staff, as well as to private citizens who may pick up an issue at local shops and businesses.
The Signal provides a great way to promote your business to an academic and community audience with more mature interests and higher discretionary incomes than those at most universities.
UHCL has an adult student population with an average age of 30. Nearly half of the students are engaged in graduate study programs and work within the Houston area. The majority of students work full time and attend school part time in the evenings. Many full-time students are married, have children and live in the Clear Lake community.
We have an exceptional staff of reporters, photographers and promotional advertisers here at The Signal. UHCL students, faculty and staff look to us to provide them with up-to-date, campus-related news and information. Many local and national businesses have already realized the value of advertising at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
We encourage you to advertise your business in The Signal and to reap the benefits that come with it. The Signal offers online, display and classified ads and the custom design of such ads. Applicable rates can be found here. The deadline to schedule ads and to submit artwork and copy is generally Monday at noon.
For more information about advertising in The Signal, contact the advertising desk at 281-283-3975 or email email@example.com. PDF downloads of The Signal’s advertising rate cards and advertising contract for the Spring 2013 semester are available below.
UHCL Student & Alumni Advertising Rates
UHCL Offices Advertising Rates
Local Business Advertising Rates
For more information about classified advertising, click here.
To read The Signal’s Code of Advertising Acceptability, click here.