The Office of Marketing and Communications uses consistent editorial style and graphic identity on all publications produced by the College. These consistent standards give the College’s printed materials a consistent look and project an image of cohesiveness, both on and off campus. MarCom uses the Associated Press (AP) Stylebook and the Chicago Manual of Style as its chief references. It is recommended that all print projects (including department- or office-produced brochures, letters mailed to external audiences, and other items) be reviewed by MarCom to ensure appropriate messaging and branding are included.
The Office of Marketing & Communications is responsible for leading the overall integrated marketing communications messages and programs for Springfield College and strengthening the College's visibility and brand to both external and internal audiences. The Office of Marketing and Communications reserves the right to make changes, additions, and deletions to any portion of the site or to any part of a print or electronic publication deemed not to be in keeping with Springfield College standards with regard to content, design, and editorial style.
To initiate a publications project, click here for the Work Order Form (.pdf).