The Office of University Communications and Office of University Marketing coordinate all communication efforts, both internal and external, for the university. Our services include promoting events on campus, disseminating campus news, leading all marketing efforts for the university and its departments, producing graphic materials and managing the collective website management for the university. As part of those responsibilities, the Office of Communications and the Office of Marketing is also responsible for producing and maintaining the style standards set forth in the University Style Guide and upholds policies that deal with social media, the university website, crisis communication and management.
In addition, the Office of Communications and the Office of Marketing are responsible for coordinating university stationery and business cards, which can be ordered through a Davis Direct portal available to university employees.
Information and Forms
Business Cards and Stationery
All business cards and stationery should be ordered through the Davis Direct portal. Use the ordering instructions to guide you through the process and contact James Armstrong if you have any questions.
Graphic Design Services
Pre Approval Form
All printed items paid for with university funds or that include an AUM logo or wordmark must receive a signed pre-approval form. Submit Pre-Order Approval forms via email to James Armstrong.
All printed items must have three printing bids. Printing bids are executed through the Office of Marketing and James Armstrong. Submit Printing Bid requests via email to James Armstrong. Pre Approval Form - Updated Feb 2019 (Required for all Printing Jobs)
All requests for both internal and external publicity must be submitted through the Publicity Request Form.
For website job requests, please fill out the Web Request Form.
If you have an emergency or extenuating circumstances and need to submit a request to Communications and Marketing, please contact Keri Burnett in the Office of University Marketing or Troy Johnson in the Office of University Communications. We look forward to working with you.