We’re happy to help you in promote your events and activities on campus.
This checklist should serve as a general guideline of potential opportunities for event promotion. Not all suggestions on this checklist will be necessary for all events — your specific needs should be based on the scope and goals for your event. We encourage you to reach out to our team to discuss specifics or talk through your event plans.
Most Events Need
Reserve your space
Get it on the campus calendar
Announce it on InHope
Submit an announcement to inHope.
Is your website up to date?
Consider updating your site so that it’s current for new visitors. Need help? Contact our web content manager.
Some Events Need
Hope Daily email to faculty and staff
“This Week at Hope” email to Students
Submit a short but detailed mesage to “This Week at Hope.” But before you do, review the “This Week at Hope” guidelines.
Don’t forget to promote the event on your department’s social media accounts (or your own). You can also request social media promotion on Hope’s accounts or schedule a consultation with our social media manager.
Few Events Need
Posters, programs and postcards
Print projects like this should be talked through with Creative Services.
Is it open to the external community?
Contact Media Services for public-facing events if you think a press release is appropriate.
Go big with a banner or signs
Larger events may require signage or large-format banners and printing. We encourage you to talk with Creative Services about your needs.