Signage on campus is limited and strictly regulated, but the light poles on the university campus have been outfitted to display banners to communicate news about events, celebrations and commemorations.
The dissemination of all official announcements regarding a University position or policy on a matter of public interest will be coordinated through the Division of Marketing & Communications.
Use of identifiable marks, locations, and the association with the University of Georgia is subject to review.
Georgia Magazine is the flagship print publication of the University of Georgia, the birthplace of public higher education in America.
Advertising revenue plays a crucial role in providing options that improve the overall quality of Georgia Magazine.
The university allows links to its website for educational or informational purposes.
The complete Master Calendar includes events and activities that are open to the general public and sponsored by, or affiliated with, a university unit or registered student organization or are held at a university facility.
The primary source for UGA news and information is the UGA Today news center website, which is updated daily with news from communications professionals across campus.
The Division of Marketing & Communications is responsible for administering the university’s compliance with the Georgia Open Records Act.
This policy outlines the guidelines for the use of outdoor temporary signage by University of Georgia departments and units.
UGA faculty and staff are encouraged to engage in professional social media conversations that support UGA’s reputation and brand.
The official university spokesperson conveys institutional policies, positions and decisions to the public and also responds to media inquiries about the official actions and communications of the institution.
Guidelines detailing how and when students may use University of Georgia property for the purpose of producing and filming course-related projects.
The University of Georgia and the University of Georgia Athletic Association manage the licensing, usage and protection of the academic and athletic trademarks held and registered by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia and the University of Georgia Athletic Association.
The Office of Security and Emergency Preparedness, EITS and the Division of Marketing & Communications are jointly responsible for developing web-based crisis communication strategies.
Commercial advertising is prohibited on the uga.edu domain or any website being hosted using university resources.
All University of Georgia websites are required to affix a disclaimer statement on each web page in such websites.