New to your role as a communicator on campus? This Welcome Kit is a great place to get started.
Find tools, resources and best practices for working with the UW–Madison brand.
Find marketing and communication contacts for select campus divisions, colleges and schools.
There are several communities of interest for campus staff involved in the communications area. Share ideas, information and best practices with colleagues who have similar responsibilities.
The Editorial Style Guide provides a handy reference for points of style specific to UW–Madison, as well as a recommended list of inclusive terms.
University Communications has created a toolkit to help our partners across campus promote their events — big and small — to the university community and beyond.
Practicing inclusive communications and marketing helps UW–Madison create a more welcoming, safe, and productive campus where all students, staff, faculty, and visitors feel they belong. Refer to this guide when developing communications for your school, college or unit.
UW–Madison’s Journalist in Residence programs offer top journalists an opportunity to share their expertise, engage with the campus community, and collaborate with university scholars.
Download UW logos, templates and branded items.
Guidelines on the use of University Communications photographs and how to use our library of more than 15,000 high-resolution photos with caption context and credits available for campus units to download.
University Communications offers guidelines and policies on a variety of media-related topics, from advertising, drone photography and more.
This toolkit provides guidelines on creating effective news stories about university research.
This guide provides tips and best practices for managing university social media accounts.
Start a project, find graphic design and web development support and more.
Find guidelines for producing videos that meet branding and accessibility best practices.