-Observe the approved usage guidelines for all logo placements. Custom club artwork may include an official name of the university—but is not required.
-Do NOT use a campus logo if your logo includes a CU Anschutz text treatment.
-Do NOT incorporate any CU mark—including the CU Icon—within your mark.
-Inform the Student Engagement Coordinator of your new logo Inform the Student Engagement Coordinator of your new logo
-Keep graphic elements simple
-Use the brand font Helvetica Neue at all times
-Use CU Anschutz brand colors
-Campus affiliation is not required, but it adds an additional identification and credibility element to your mark
-Affiliated student clubs and organizations should align their marks within the CU Anschutz brand as closely as possible. They are not required but encouraged to use a campus identifier whether it be through a text treatment within the mark or by pairing their mark with a campus signature mark.
Associated clubs and organizations include local chapters of state, regional or national groups that have a presence on campus and have been formally recognized by CU Anschutz.
Student clubs and organizations that choose to self-identify through the use of custom artwork or logo designs must receive prior approval from the Office of Communications and Student Engagement. All custom identities and artwork must guidelinesfoundhere.
Posting procedures may vary based on the particular building, its layout, and the function(s) of the facility. Uncontrolled and unauthorized postings are considered a potential fire hazard and a violation of Fire and Life Safety Regulations. Careless removal of these improperly posted and/or unauthorized items frequently results in unsightly damage or housekeeping problems. Facilities Management staff will be instructed to remove unauthorized postings, announcements, signs or displays. In order to prevent unauthorized postings on the campuses, the following procedures have been established.
Steps to post flyers:
-Refer to the building posting listbelow for clarification as to whether an approval stamp is required.
-Print flyers and either hang them yourself in the Honor System buildings OR hand them to theappropriate Administrator to get a stamp.When stamped pick up flyers to be posted.
-Flyers should be removed by the installer in a timely manner. The posting must be removed either the day of or the day after the event or 30 days from the posting date.
Building posting list can be found on the CU Anschutz student organization website.
Posting Locations with Honor System:In these buildings, the expectation is that those posting a flyer will follow the intent of this policy. Postings that do not follow the intent of this policy will be removed.
Academic Office 1
Fitzsimons Building 500
School of Dental Medicine
Pharmacy and Pharma. Sciences
Research 1 North
Research 1 South
Posting Locations with Stamp and Administrator:
Barbara Davis Center for Childhood Diabetes (1-4 floors)
Suzann Ruedeman (3rd & 4th Floors - Labs)
PhyllisSevik (2nd floor - Clinical Research)
Tai-Ping Hartwell (1st floor - Clinics)
Education 1 - Betty Charles
Education 2 North - Betty Charles
Education 2 South - Betty Charles
Health and Wellness Center - Luciana Smith
Health Sciences Library - Douglas Stehle
Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building - Lori Trullinger
Parking Lots - Kerrie Mclean
Landscaping/Wayfinding - Del Queil
All other locations are off limits.
Non-Offensive – Flyers, posters, and signs should not include language inciting imminent lawless action, threats of imminent bodily harm or injury to others, unlawful harassment, obscenity, or defamation.
Flyers can be placed in display cases, existing poster/flyer holders or on bulletin boards, NOT doors, windows, walls, etc. In some buildings, there is a requirement to place postings in these display cases (check with the Building Administrator).
Display cases for postings in elevator lobbies are restricted for use by Facilities Management.
Postings in elevators are to be done in only one elevator when there is a bank of elevators. The designated process must be followed before posting. An announcement should be submitted to the Building Administrator.
Signs and displays that are in public areas such as lobbies, entryways, or exterior to a building require additional steps for approval. This requirement is for larger displays on easels or hanging from the rafters, etc.; NOT for items located in display cases. For banners, displays or other larger items placed in public view the following applies.
The use of easels is highly discouraged and should be done only after contacting the appropriate Building Administrator. Signs on easels can only be used for wayfinding on the day of the event and must be removed immediately after the conclusion of the event. Easels may interfere with the emergency exiting of buildings and will not be approved to advertise upcoming activities or events.
The use of tape, nails, and other fasteners for posting signs or flyers is prohibited. These may damage the facilities, or the posting may block vision creating a safety hazard. Use of existing bulletin boards is recommended. Contact Facilities Management if there are questions about the use of specific locations.
Attaching postings/flyers to external monument signs is strictly prohibited. This may interfere with the wayfinding process on campus. Schools and Departments with large/regular events with outside guests may purchase and set up temporary (same day) directional/wayfinding signage. Contact the Building Administrator for Landscaping/Wayfinding for guidance and approval (refer to the Building List).
You can submit an event or organization news to all CU Anschutz students by filling out the form here.You can also request that the event or news be posted on our Instagram. Please submit your event request 1 week before the actual event and on a Wednesday.
Request Student Affairs to post on your behalf:If you would like for us to make a post for you, please fill out this form at least one week before we need to post it.
Create New Account: BEFORE YOU LAUNCH YOUR SOCIAL PLATFORMS and prior to getting started on social, please click here to fill out the registration form.
-If you’re unsure if social media is right for your school, department or unit contact the Student Engagement Coordinator. We’re here to help. Contact: email@example.com
-Your advisor must know your social media usernames and passwords.
-Username and passwords should only he handled and used by your president and social media handler.
Account Username and Handle:
-The account username is how your followers will mention or tag you in their posts. With your username, it is key to be straightforward to clearly identify your CU Anschutz program, department or school name.
-Depending on what platform you are joining, the amount of characters for your account handle will change. Most common practice begins with "CU" followed directly by your school/program name.
- If you are creating multiple new accounts, it's best to try to be consistent with your usernames if they are all available.
Making an email for your organization can help the general campus population contact you for any inquiries. When making an email name please contact your responsible office for help. Emails should be simple and to the point. Emails accessshould include the right members each year as students graduate or move on from the organization.
If you are interested in creating a website for your student organization, contact your responsible office. All campus wide and associated student organizations will work with the Student Engagement Coordinator to determine the best solution. Questions that will arise are if an older site already exists, if a new site is created where should itexist, and how can we edit the site.
You will need 1 month of planning to set up gift cards for an event. Process to set up Gift Cards:
-Campus wide organizations work with the Student -Engagement office and Affiliated organizationswork with your Responsible Office.
-Send and receive approval for a recognition program.
-Receive approval for the gift card program
-Need to identify a staff member as the primary “supervisor” of the program.