Marketing & Communications
The Division of the Marketing & Communications serves as the chief promotion division for the University of North Dakota.
What We Do
By amplifying stories, promoting points of pride and engaging our community in events, we celebrate and support the mission of the university.
We create and plan a variety of major ceremonies and university events for campus partners. Events range from Commencement ceremonies to the annual Bus Tour for new faculty and administrators to Founders Day employee recognition ceremony and a variety of building groundbreaking and dedication ceremonies.
- Event communication plan
- Program development
- Signage and decor consultation
- Planning committee coordination
Every campaign or marketing plan has a component in need of graphic design. Although each piece is unique, all designs follow UND brand guidelines, so everyone knows we are "UND."
UND Marketing offers templates for name badges, business cards, stationery, merchandise, letterhead, power point presentations, signage, envelopes, campus digital signage and more.
Graphic Design Services
- Logo design
- Advertisements (direct mail, print ads, outdoor, digital)
- Event Signage
- Brochures & Publications
- Promotional items
Professional headshot services are available to University faculty and staff (students and student employees are not eligible).
Once per month, the Photo Studio in Skalicky 178 is open from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. for headshot sessions. There is no cost for headshot photography and no appointment is required.
Each photo session is approximately 5-10 minutes long. Headshot photos are delivered approximately 1 week after the photo session, in both print and web-ready form.
The web photo will be automatically uploaded to your UND Directory profile.
If your department plans to attend as a group of 5 or more, please email marketing@UND.edu in advance, so we can prepare for your arrival. If a very large department needs headshot photos, Marketing & Creative Services may schedule a special session for your group.
Upcoming Headshot Days
- Wednesday, Oct 16
- Thursday, Nov 14
- Tuesday, Dec 3
Marketing is more than an attractive logo, brochure or website. A successful marketing plan requires planning and strategy. We'll help you by generating the right message, targeted to the right audiences and communicated in the right way.
UND Marketing provides tools, templates and tips for marketing best practices. View brand standards for additional resources.
University Photographers maintain an online photo gallery for general campus use. These images illustrate a wide range of UND programs, activities and locations.
These photos may be used for official University purposes. By using the UND online photo library, you agree to the UND Photo Use Requirements.
Online Photo Library
Use the password "undphoto" to download images.
Requests for additional archived photography may be submitted to marketing@UND.edu.
We understand the value of building mutually beneficial relationships between UND and its publics. That's why we dedicate significant resources to tell our stories in the local, state and national media.
- News releases, media advisories and news conferences
- U-Letter production
- Crisis communications and issue management
- Hometown news
- Spokesperson training
- UND Today production
Get the latest news and media inquiry information on our news page.
Social Media can be a great way to engage your audience. If you need help getting started on social media or improving your current online presence, we can help. Our team follows UND's social media policy and best practices.
Video brings your story to life and is a high-demand medium. Whether you want to inspire, educate or just entertain, we customize each video to meet your needs.
Marketing & Communications provides various levels of service to campus partners. In addition, we've contracted with a variety of pre-approved vendors that UND departments can hire for additional services.
To start a conversation, please complete the Project Request Form or email us at marketing@UND.edu.