Communications and Marketing

Student Affairs Marketing and Communications offers strategic and creative solutions to divisional marketing and communications needs. We work within university policies to brand the Division of Student Affairs and its respective departments and to communicate with stakeholders appropriately and strategically.

  • Oversight for all websites throughout the Division of Student Affairs
  • Creation and maintenance of visual identity and branding standards of Student Affairs
  • Review of communications copy
  • Assistance with creation of marketing strategies and assessment
  • Assistance with interfacing with external media

Communications Contacts

Units within Student Affairs have a communications contact whom they should work directly with when strategizing promoting events and services, sharing department messaging, assessing communications efforts, and working with external media. Below are the departments and their respective communications contacts.

  • Asian American Cultural Center: Michael Abdallah
  • Assessment and Research: Michael Abdallah
  • Center for Latino Arts and Culture: Marian Kapp
  • Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities: Theresa Murray
  • Counseling, ADAP, and Psychiatric Services: Michael Abdallah
  • Dean of Students: Michael Abdallah
  • Development: Michael Abdallah
  • Dining Services: Nelson Gonzalez
  • Fraternity and Sorority Affairs: Theresa Murray
  • Graduate Student Life: Michael Abdallah
  • Health Outreach, Promotion, and Education: Michael Abdallah
  • New Student Orientation: Michael Abdallah
  • Off-Campus Living and Community Partnerships: Michael Abdallah
  • Paul Robeson Cultural Center: Nelson Gonzalez
  • Recreation: Marian Kapp
  • Residence Life: Michael Abdallah
  • Student Affairs Compliance and Title IX: Michael Abdallah
  • Student Centers and Activities: Theresa Murray
  • Student Conduct: Michael Abdallah
  • Student Health Services: Michael Abdallah
  • Student Legal Services: Michael Abdallah
  • Violence Prevention and Victim Assistance: Michael Abdallah