News: Colleges and Universities is for news media produced by institutions of higher education and their students, covering news, events and opinion on campus and beyond; it also includes organizations and services related to their production. These can include newspapers, magazines, e-zines, TV and radio stations, news services and professional and educational groups.
Please submit only media covering news, events and opinion on college campuses to this category. If you serve a specific school, you should also submit your site to the Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities category for that school.

Sites submitted here that don''t meet the News: Colleges and Universities guidelines must be moved by a volunteer editor to the waiting list for the right category - meaning the sites get pushed to the bottom of that category''s queue, and the wait for review will likely be longer.

Following are some types of sites that have been incorrectly submitted here in the past, along with suggestions on where to send them instead. This list is NOT all-inclusive.

- Non-English sites should be submitted to the closest World category.

- Student message boards and forums, and sites about the college experience in general may be appropriate for Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities: College Life. Those for students of a specific school should be submitted to that school''s category in Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities.

- Academic journals should go to the most appropriate subcategory of Reference: Journals.

- Literary journals should be submitted to Arts: Literature: Journals if they have a print counterpart, and Arts: Online Writing: E-zines if they do not.

- Parodies and satires have a home at Recreation: Humor: Magazines and E-zines: College and University.

- Alumni- and reunion-oriented sites with a general focus should go to Reference: Education: Alumni Directories; more specific sites should go to the Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities category for that school.

- Sites concerning disputes with a specific school should go to the Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities category for that school, or consider seeking the most fitting Society: Issues category.

- Students'' personal pages, class projects, and archives of articles published elsewhere are better suited to Society: People: College Life.

- Textbook sales/swaps/auctions should go Shopping: Publications: Books: Used and Rare: Textbooks

Magazines are campus-based publications that are generally published less often than newspapers and contain more in-depth coverage and features. E-zines are news products that exist solely online, with no printed equivalent.
Only sites in English are listed in this section of the directory. Sites in other languages should be submitted to the closest World category.

Sites and portals about the college experience in general should be submitted to Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities: College Life.

Sites listed here may also be submitted to the appropriate school subcategory in Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities.

Campus-based publications that contain timely news content and are printed (and updated on the Web) more frequently. They may be produced by students, journalism departments or schools themselves, and their schedules vary greatly - some are published daily, while others come out just a few times each semester.
Only sites in English are listed in this section of the directory. Sites in other languages should be submitted to the closest World category.

Sites submitted here can also be submitted to the appropriate university category in Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities.

Agencies, usually related to particular university or university system, that disseminate news and information such as news stories, press releases, events, announcements and expert lists. This does NOT include alumni update and reunion sites, which should be submitted to the appropriate school's category in Reference/Education/Colleges_and_Universities.
College-specific sites listed here can also be submitted to the appropriate school category in Reference: Education: Colleges and Universities.