Rules and laws for college marketing are changing
College administrators are growing less and less tolerant of "purely
solicitory" tactics on campus. Many campuses restrict tabling
promotions. The trend has been for college administrators to impose
more and more regulations. Some schools University of Minnesota at
Twin Cities, Northwestern University at Evanston, and University of
California at Irvine prohibit "table top" card marketing entirely.
Senator Kennedy from Massachusetts and Representative Carolyn
Maloney from New York are working on legislation that curtails
marketers, "that sign up college students for credit cards without
providing pre-credit education".
Both trends build attendance to UCMS' Credit Strategies Seminars,
differentiate us from marketers and add momentum to current success.
Recently, our efforts have moved online to reach a greater
population and streamline our efforts.
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