Prospective PRLab Client Application

Thank you for your interest in becoming a PRLab client for a future semester.

There is a three-step application process for prospective PRLab clients:

  1. Please review PRLab’s expectations for clients.
  2. Please complete our online client application below.
  3. After you submit your client application, a PRLab executive board member will schedule a phone interview with you to discuss your business objectives and your organizational goals.  

Timing:

PRLab’s board will consider applications received by June 1 for the fall semester, with final decisions announced in August. The board will consider applications received by November 1 for the spring semester, with final decisions announced in January.

Application to PRLab does not guarantee acceptance. Instead, PRLab takes new clients each semester depending upon:

Demand
Student registration
Current clients
Returning clients

      PRLab Client Application

      Thank you for your interest in PRLab. Please complete the questions below in order to be considered for a future semester of PRLab. The more thorough you are, the better we can understand your business objectives and goals. If you have any questions, please contact prlab@bu.edu.
      • COM 100 Anniversary example: The objective is to create a timely and memorable series of unique experiences to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the communication program at Boston University.
      • Example: PRLab will help the College of Communication at BU to plan, execute, and promote a series of engaging experiences inspired by the communication program and its history at BU, launch a multi-platform social media campaign, etc.
      • The individuals or businesses toward which the PR campaign is directed.
      • Examples: Conduct media outreach to Boston-area parent magazines to secure media interviews with spokesperson; Increase followers by X and secure X media impressions; Deliver a complete social media content calendar for FB and Twitter
      • This will help us when assigning students to teams.