Office of Communications
Looking to communicate something to someone on or off campus? The Office of Communications can help:
- publicize your event on and off campus through media outreach, print materials, advertising, and the Goucher website
- design posters, brochures, programs, invitations, and other print and web materials
- populate Goucher’s official social media sites, website, and digital signage with your news/information
- offer guidance on social media strategy
- highlight publications, research, accomplishments, media mentions, etc.
- create or redesign a website for your office, department, organization, or program
- provide proofreading and/or editing services
- update webpages
- and more … just ask or take a look at our Communications Guide (PDF).
Getting started is simple. Visit goucher.edu/myproject and complete the form. This is the only way the Office of Communications will accept work, and if it is not submitted there, we cannot take your project. After you submit the necessary information, you will receive an email with a job number, and a member of the communications team will contact you to get started or to make recommendations on how best to complete your project successfully.
Be sure to provide us with all pertinent information and as much advance notice as possible so there is plenty of time to get your project completed and approved. We will not accept any jobs with a deadline of fewer than five business days.
We look forward working collaboratively with our colleagues and students across campus to showcase all the great things happening at Goucher.
- October 12, 2017
Goucher is the only liberal arts college in the country recognized for representing and paying females and racial/ethnic minorities equally across exempt-level staff positions, according to The College and University Professional Association for Human Resources' recent research.
- September 13, 2017
Goucher College president José Antonio Bowen will be receiving the Ernst L. Boyer Award from New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U). The national award honors those who are making a significant contribution to American higher education. Dr. Bowen will receive the award on January 25, 2018 at the NAC&U national meeting in DC where he will also deliver a lecture entitled, "Technology, The Liberal Arts and the New Learning Economy."
- October 17, 2017
For more information contact Scotty Lind.