The Survival Guide
About The Survival Guide
The Central Student Association's annual Survival Guide is stuffed full of useful features: a daily planner and event calendar, a campus information guide, a campus map and additional academic, social and health information. Distinguished from other daybooks by its student-oriented design, The Survival Guide's handy size, indispensable contents and appealing appearance make it an integral part of a student's daily routine.
It might be hard to believe that a book this packed with info and tools to keep you organized could be free. But it's true: all you need to do is show us a valid undergraduate student ID card!
Artwork for this year's Survival Guide cover features the work of Heidi Berton. You can view more of Heidi's work by visiting her site.
Information for Advertisers
The Survival Guide is a 180+-page calendar and information guide given to University of Guelph undergraduate students during the registration period of each semester. It contains many useful features: a daily planner and event calendar, semesterly timetables, campus and transit maps as well as academic, social and political information. The Survival Guide's convenient size and indispensable contents make it an integral part of a daily routine. Plus, it's free to all undergraduate students at the U of G.
The Survival Guide is paid in part by advertising. If you are either a business operating on- or off-campus or an off-campus organization interested in display, contact John Bonnar 519-824-4120 x58188.
If you are an on-campus student service organization or department, you can purchase an ad at prices lower than those paid by both on-campus businesses and all off-campus advertisers. Please contact John Bonnar 519-824-4120 x58188. Note that student service advertising space is not available to for-profit businesses or off-campus organizations.