The Office of Marketing and Communications is responsible for all branding, communications, publications, advertising, web site development and design for the University. We are located in Rooms 110 and 112 on the “Garden Level” of Sacred Heart Hall.
For those new to the University, we handle all design projects such as postcards, posters, brochures and fliers (for faculty and staff only; sorry, we just don’t have the time/staff to take on projects from student groups and organizations). Our office also handles all press releases and other public communications, as well as internal messaging such as the Daily Announcements and the digital TV displays around campus. We also coordinate, manage and update all content related to the public University website.
Here are some project guidelines to reference before making a project request:
Also note the following information:
- You will sign-off on design and copy before your project is sent to the printer. Although we check your production proofs, you have the final responsibility. Please don’t skip this essential step due to deadline pressures. Revisions by our office or the printer/vendor to correct errors could mean additional expenses and a delay in the delivery date.
- Give yourself plenty of lead time on every project! Extensive revisions and rounds of proofs will add to production times and costs. It is important to note the Office of Marketing and Communications normally has a large number of projects in its queue. Because most projects are time-sensitive and scheduled within the workload of the office, projects requested at the last minute (et. al. ASAP, rush) will not be accepted unless approved by the Director of Marketing.
- NOTE: For projects requiring a cost, a University Budget Number must be provided before the project is approved by the Office of Marketing and Communications.