Advertisements are subject to editorial review.
Reading notices or advertisements simulating editorial matter not accepted.
Advertisements must be in consecutive issues to earn the two- or four-time rate.
Advertisers will be back-billed at applicable rates if basis for frequency
rates not maintained.
Full page advertisement:
|One time unit rate||$300|
|Two time unit rate||$300|
|Four time unit rate||$300|
Back Cover (when requested and available):
|One time unit rate||$400|
|Two time unit rate||$400|
|Four time unit rate||$400|
We can accept pdf files, film, or camera ready copy.
Publication trim size is 6 x 9 inches.
The standards for scanning resolution are as follows:
grayscale images : should be 2 times the line screen
150 line = 300 dpi (dots per inch) or 300 ppi (pixels per inch)
133 line = 266 dpi / ppi
The lowest we can use without pixelization is 225 ppi.
For line art images: minimum 600 ppi, which will be slightly jagged; we suggest 1200 ppifor very fine detail (drawings) may require 2400 ppi.
It is best to scan the image at the percentage it will be used if you are placing it into a pdf file.
If an ad is sent in application format and we have to size it, remember that enlarging an image will decrease the resolution, resulting in poor quality. Reductions will increase resolution.
Ad page is 4½ x 7½.
ISSUANCE, CLOSING, AND CANCELLATION DATES
Published quarterly on approximately October 15, January 15, April 15, and July 15.
Closing dates for ad orders are August 1, November 1, February 1, and May 1.
Materials for advertisements must be received by August 15, November 15, February 15, and May 15.
Cancellations not accepted after closing dates.
Rates based on a circulation of 7,500; over 85% of the recipients are college professors.
Distribution to all faculty members of forty-six sponsoring colleges and
universities as well as to subscribers and libraries in the USA, Canada,
and other foreign countries.
Established in 1970.
Published independently by the Christian Scholar's Trust, a non-profit
association. Costs, in part, are underwritten by the sponsoring educational
institutions listed as sponsors on the masthead.