Review and Approval of Marketing Materials

 

The marketing department is here to create marketing materials for the university, however, due to the number of project requests we receive we have to prioritize projects. To help accommodate requests, we may reuse a design more than once or create templates for departments to use. Campus offices and departments at times choose to create their own internal marketing materials, but all such materials – fliers, posters, shirts, memorabilia, and anything displaying a UAFS logo – must go through a review/approval process.

 

If your office or department has designed a marketing item, whether for print or other use, you must request review and approval by submitting an image or proof of your design to jessica.martin@uafs.edu. Suitable formats for images are JPG and PDF. Text-heavy documents may be submitted as Word documents (doc, docx). 

 

Registered Student Organization Rules:

All RSO flyers and paper marketing should be approved through the Student Activities Office (brooke.slaton@uafs.edu) and be stamped prior to hanging or passing out.

 

DISCLAIMER: If the marketing materials include any UAFS logo, it must have the following disclaimer: UAFS is not responsible for any content or ADA compliance issues found on any page run by a Registered Student Organization. Views and opinions expressed through these pages are not reflective of those held by UAFS.​​​​

 

The UAFS Marketing Department does not create logos, flyers, or t-shirt designs for RSOs (in most cases). Logos or t-shirt designs may be emailed to Jessica Martin at jessica.martin@uafs.edu for review or suggestions. Suitable formats for images are JPG and PDF. Text-heavy documents may be submitted as Word documents (doc, docx). 

 

While we understand the approval process can be tedious, it is necessary to ensure all materials distributed on and off campus adhere to university standards and style. The office of Marketing & Communications is responsible for maintaining the university’s brand, and it is important that we preview all branded materials (anything displaying a university logo or carrying the university name) to verify that said materials are representative of the university's image and messaging.