UGA AI Content Guidelines As artificial intelligence (AI) technology continues changing how a number of industries work, the ability to use these tools for content generation will become easier and more commonplace. The University of Georgia’s Division of Marketing and Communications recognizes the potential for these tools to change the way we all work in […]
Instructional resource for creating visual and editorial assets in accordance with the University of Georgia’s brand guidelines.
Columns communicates news of institutional importance to faculty, staff and others interested in the mission of the University of Georgia. This goal is achieved by helping readers understand the priorities of the university. Columns builds a sense of community among its readers by telling stories that create pride about the work being done to enhance the University of […]
Photo, video, multimedia, and graphic assets needed to tell the University of Georgia story and build our brand.
Frequently asked questions and information regarding access to the university’s digital asset management system.
Tool for creating a UGA-branded email signature according to approved guidelines.
To feature students on needs-based scholarships in stories, please work with the University of Georgia Division of Development & Alumni Relations (DAR) to navigate the consent process. DAR can obtain consent for you and will maintain consent forms and submit to OSFA. To cover a Georgia Commitment Scholarship Program (GCS) student story, contact Graff Wilson or Jordan Dotson. […]
The Institutional Style Guide has been developed for the University of Georgia to promote consistent wording in university communications.
The UGA master calendar is the official source for university events. Learn more about submitting and promoting events.
The Office of Media Communications in the Division of Marketing & Communications is responsible for working with members of the media to respond to questions about the university and provide faculty experts to comment on current news.
In this two-hour workshop, you will learn some of the skills required to communicate more effectively with members of the news media and other interest groups.
Templated business documents including Powerpoint templates.
An inventory of UGA-supported channels including digital screens, print publications, banners, and other physical locations for on-campus marketing and communication campaigns.
Studio portraits, asset requests and licensing, likeness releases, and rates for services.
Policies and best practices for using social media as a university employee and representing official university units.
TinyUGA is a URL shortening service provided to the University of Georgia community for shortening links anywhere in the uga.edu domain.
Process for seeking approval to use University of Georgia marks on promotional items, merchandise, and apparel.
Information regarding appropriate usage of University of Georgia trademarks on promotional items and merchandise.