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Who Can Submit?

Anyone can submit to us. We don’t think that great work should be limited to a select population. If the piece meets the guidelines below and passes our review process, we will publish it. In doing so, we hope to create discourse across the traditional educational hierarchy.

What Can I Submit?

Original Work: We have a growing editorial staff that is equipped to review work in all forms based on the publication guidelines outlined below. We accept submissions in the categories of opinion, personal essay, creative writing, poetry, art, photography, music, video, and more! We strive to create an eclectic space where people of all disciplines may learn from one another.

Rebuttal and Critique: You may also submit a response to any work in the form of a rebuttal or critique. This is not a traditional comment as found on other news and social platforms. Instead, it is a legitimate, well-written, argument or critique that, in addition to meeting the publication guidelines detailed below, responds directly to the piece it is critiquing. These will be reviewed by the editorial staff on a priority basis and published beneath the work it addresses.

Publication Guidelines

    1. Does the work embody the core values of The University Journal, providing unique perspectives that are insightful to the reader?
    2. Is the work successful in its intent and free from mechanical/technical issues as found in a Purdue OWL style guide?
    3.  Is the work free from hateful intent and rhetoric?
    4. Are citations relevant, properly formatted, credible, and used within their context?
    5.  Is data presented in research robust enough to draw conclusions?
    6. Does the work reflect our community values?

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STOP: Are you submitting for Rebuttal & Critique? Follow these guidelines instead!

Who Can Submit?

Anyone can submit to us. We don’t think that great work should be limited to a select population. If the piece meets the guidelines below and passes our review process, we will publish it. In doing so, we hope to create discourse across the traditional educational hierarchy.

What Can I Submit?

Original Work: We have a growing editorial staff that is equipped to review work in all forms based on the publication guidelines outlined below. We accept submissions in the categories of opinion, personal essay, creative writing, poetry, art, photography, music, video, and more! We strive to create an eclectic space where people of all disciplines may learn from one another.

Rebuttal and Critique:You may also submit a response to any work in the form of a rebuttal or critique. This is not a traditional comment as found on other news and social platforms. Instead, it is a legitimate, well-written argument or critique that, in addition to meeting the publication guidelines detailed below, responds directly to the piece it is critiquing. These will be reviewed by the editorial staff on a priority basis and published beneath the work it addresses. R & C instructions are found here.

Please note that all writing (except for research) should be under 2,000 words. Exceptions to this rule may be considered.

Publication Guidelines

    1. Does the work embody the core values of The University Journal, providing unique perspectives that are insightful to the reader?
    2. Is the work successful in its intent and free from mechanical/technical issues as found in a Purdue OWL style guide? We reserve the right to make non-meaning changing adjustments to mechanics that do match this style guide.
    3.  Is the work free from hateful intent and rhetoric?
    4. Are citations relevant, properly formatted, credible, and used within their context?
    5.  Is data presented in research robust enough to draw conclusions?
    6. Does the work reflect our community values?
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Got Questions?

Email us at publishing@theuniversityjournal.com