For the Campus
University Relations and Communications (URC), based in Old Main room 116, provides strategic leadership in telling the UW-Stevens Point story to a variety of external and internal audiences. The university’s media relations, publications, special events planning, institutional marketing, photography and advancement communications are handled by URC. Printing & Design, located in the lower level of the Science Building, is also a part of URC.
Communication Standards Manual
This online manual is a quick reference guide to help maintain a consistent identity for UW-Stevens Point’s web sites, publications, communications and other materials. It includes talking points, a writing style guide, policy on advertising, graphic identity guide and Web standards.
Use these templates when creating official UW-Stevens Point PowerPoint posters and presentations.
Retiree Information Form
Those who have officially applied for retirement through the Personnel Office should fill out this form.
Social Media Guide
This reference guide should be used for UW-Stevens Point departments and units using social media such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flicker and others, so that UW-Stevens Point provides consistency in graphics, methods, content and voice. This guide also helps get sites started and addresses some of the unique advantages and challenges of social media sites.
Student Information Form
Use this to inform us of student acheivements.
- I have university-related news to share. How can URC help?
To share the good news of your university-related accomplishment, the good work of a student or an upcoming event intended for external or internal audiences, call us at x3046. We will help you develop your story and then distribute the news release as needed to area newspapers, radio and television stations, campus media outlets, the alumni e-newsletter, URC’s website and social media. We can also arrange for photography and videography.
- I’ve been contacted by the media. What happens next?
Call URC, x3046, and a communications staff member will provide advice, guidance and training for being interviewed by reporters as well as insights based on other potentially related media inquiries made elsewhere within the university.
- I need help designing and producing a publication for external and/or internal audiences. What logos and graphics can I use?
Contact graphic designer Meas Vang, x3611, for help in with the design and for any questions you have about the use of licensed UW-Stevens Point graphics and logos (see also Communication Standards Manual).
- Who do I contact when planning a university event?
If it is a university-wide or chancellor-sponsored event, contact Special Events Coordinator Brittany Rossman at x3548. If it is a college or departmental event, contact the specific college’s marketing specialist as well as Conference and Reservations, x2427.
- What photography services are available?
Contact Doug Moore, x3985, or Tom Charlesworth, x4113, for services such as headshots, passport or visa photos, photo scanning, image editing, publication photos, consultations, presentations, research documentation or event coverage.
- What printing services are available?
Printing & Design offers large or small-volume black or full-color copying and printing, bindery services including letterhead, letterhead templates, envelopes and business cards, a wide variety of booklets, brochures, forms, greeting cards, 2.25’’ promotional buttons, stickers, posters, flyers, newsletters, consecutively numbered raffle tickets, course packs/manuals and class materials. Files are accepted from both Macintosh and Windows platforms, but “pdf” files are preferable. For more information, go to Printing & Design.
- How can I become involved in legislative advocacy for UW-Stevens Point?
Go to The Talking Point and join a network of friends of UW-Stevens Point who are engaged and informed about legislation that affects the university and its community.