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The world of higher education is vast.

Academic Press Release (APR) is one of the only press release agencies in the country specifically tailored to news in higher education. We receive almost 100 releases per week.

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We have collected over 700,000 contacts in our higher education database, including: 

•Human Resource Directors
•Equal Opportunity Officials
•Executive Directors

•Assistant/Associate Directors
•Admissions Directors (Undergraduate and Graduate)
•Higher Education Job Seekers

•Vice Presidents
•School District Superintendents
•Sports Programs/Athletic Depts
•International Academic Officers
•Campus Organizations
•Career Services Directors

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Each press release is $99.

We send press releases out every day.

To submit, follow the steps below:

1) Provide payment for your press release  your press release, please use the button below.
2) After payment, you may send your press release via email here.

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Use APR to announce: 

•New Staff, Faculty or Administrative Appointments
•Recruitment Events
•New Facilities and Campus Initiatives
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•Fundraising and Development
•Academic Concentrations and Programs
•Academic Awards

Press Releases 

University Announces $1 Million Grant to Develop Paterson One Square Mile Initiative

Montclair State University announced at a press conference today it has received a $1 million commitment from the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation to develop “One Square Mile,” a comprehensive initiative designed to aid in the City of Paterson’s community development efforts.

The grant will be administered over two years and was announced at Paterson Eastside High School, which will serve as the center point of one square mile of University-coordinated efforts aimed at advancing community aspirations. The event featured elected officials, community partners and leaders from the University, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the City of Paterson and Paterson Public Schools.

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