Advertising Info

National, local or campus... classified, display or insert... Ads in The Lion's Roar work!


With a circulation of up to 5,000 copies each week delivered to approximately 80 drop-off points in and around Southeastern's campus and the Hammond area, The Lion's Roar effectively reaches much of the available market in the region. Advertising in The Lion's Roar is the best way to reach an audience of more than 15,000 students and 1,200 employees representing all 50 states and nearly 55 foreign countries. In addition, subscriptions are mailed out across the country to individuals and groups, which helps comprise a large university market for advertisers.

Simply put, our publication is one of the best ways to advertise to this growing and increasingly important market that has a very large impact on the business of the Hammond and Northshore area.

Advertisers and individuals wishing to place advertisements in The Lion's Roar should print and review the following materials in order to find answers to common questions regarding pricing, format, publication schedules, payment methods and deadlines.

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*These prices are only valid for our Back to School issue. Standard Advertising Rates apply for all other issues of The Lion's Roar.


All persons wishing to place ads with The Lions Roar are reminded that the deadline for placement and payment of advertising is 4 p.m. Wednesday prior to the desired date of publication.

The Lion's Roar accepts nearly all forms of advertisements, however certain guidelines and requirements must be followed for all ads. View The Student Publications Advertising and Marketing Policy requirements.

For questions about advertising or to place an ad in the newspaper, please contact:


Lorraine F. Peppo, M.A.

Title: Coordinator of Student Publications
Location: North Campus Main Building, Rm. 154
Phone: (985) 549-3731
Email :


Alyssa Larose

Title: Graduate Assistant
Location: North Campus Main Building, Rm. 154
Phone: (985) 549-3748
Email :