Office of Marketing
The Office of Marketing, the central communications organization of Springfield College, promotes and safeguards the image and reputation of the institution and all of its schools, departments, programs, and centers.
We are responsible for the development and maintenance of the College’s brand messaging, Web identity, graphic standards, publications, photography, media relations, and internal communications.
We actively build and maintain strong, long-term relationships with clients and partners both internally across the institution and externally to develop communication and marketing strategies in support of the College’s mission and strategic initiatives.
We are a group of talented professionals and student employees who write and share stories, develop and build websites, create and design publications, and strategically manage the reputation of Springfield College.
Our work includes the following areas.
- College advertising
- College communication
- Crisis communication
- Digital marketing
- Executive communication
- Graphic design
- Integrated marketing communication
- Internal communication
- Marketing communication
- Media relations
- Public relations
- Social media communications
- Strategic communication
- Video production
- Web communication
- Web development
The Office of 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 that does not coincide with Springfield College standards in its content, design, or editorial style.
Springfield College, the Springfield College seal, and the Springfield College logo are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and may not be used or reproduced without permission.
Image and Likeness Policy
Springfield College may take and use all forms of multimedia of members of the College community. Multimedia may include any type of recording, including photographs, digital images, drawings, renderings, voices, sounds, video recordings, audio clips, or accompanying written descriptions.
Any individual wishing to opt out of the College’s use of multimedia can contact the Office of Communications by email through email@example.com.
Unless notified that an individual does not wish to participate, the College may use this multimedia in any manner or media without notification to the individual. Springfield College, including any organization authorized to publish and/or distribute a finished project containing the images, are not responsible for any claims, damages, or liability that individuals may ever have in connection with the taking or use of the images or printed material used with the images.