Yale has several resources for printing and publishing your chapbook, literary journal, or zine, website, or podcast. This section serves as a road map to finding what you need, so you can focus your energy on doing what you love. Whether you are looking for funding, equipment, or guidance, we can help direct you there. Use the links below to explore the resource landscape for printing and publication.
- CPA guidelines for accessing awarded funds: Each residential college has its own guidelines for how CPA recipients may spend their award funding, so contact your Head of College office with questions.
- Other funding opportunities: Yale has several awards, fellowships, and funds available to undergraduate art-makers in addition to the CPA.
Yale/WIX Partnership Yale College’s Office of Career Strategy has partnered with Wix to provide students with the tools they need to showcase and promote their portfolio website.
The following platforms all offer free podcast hosting and recording
- Adobe Creative Cloud is available to all students, faculty, and staff for free through Yale’s software library and includes software used for photography, graphic design, video editing, and web development.
- LinkedIN learning offers online training courses for creatives. Students interested in producing their own publications can find courses on graphic design, typography, layout and composition, and digital publishing.
- Commercial Printers The following printers can produce projects ranging from booklets and programs to perfect bound annual reports. Tyco offers a discount to Yale students and YPPS is the University’s in house printer.
- Printing presses and art spaces If you are interested in doing a smaller copy run, want to print your own chapbooks, or are creating an unconventional publication, you may want to make use of the following artmaking spaces. Please note that most residential college art making spaces are available only to students in that college.
Publicity and Promotion
- The Yale College Arts Marketing Handbook includes information and guidance about how to promote your work on campus, in New Haven, in the regional, and nationally.
The Yale University Archives is interested in collecting records (analog or digital) that document your group’s organization history and publications. Learn more about donating student organization records here or email the University Archivist at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.