Endicott's editorial and brand guidelines help ensure consistency, clarity, and quality in the College's communication and marketing efforts.
Our communications and marketing policies and procedures were established to help ensure that information produced by the College for its wide range of constituents is accurate, truthful, effective, consistent, and meaningful.
Communications distributed to an audience larger than an individual class or student group must adhere to Endicott's graphic identity standards.
Find guidelines for using social media as an Endicott employee, policies on creating a new account for your on-campus organization or program, and more.
Find specific details about Endicott's photography policy for faculty, staff, and students.
Communications and Marketing Procedures
All departments on campus have been assigned a single point of contact within the marketing and communications department for all of the areas of responsibility listed above. Below, is a listing of all of the departments on campus and their assigned contact. A "job type list" that outlines the length of time to complete a proposed job. This timeline will be reviewed annually and adjusted as needed.
Editorial Style Guide
The Editorial Style Guide is a reference tool for members of the Endicott community to produce content that is consistent and appropriate for print and electronic materials written for and about Endicott College. The guide also contains items specific to Endicott, such as official building names and degrees offered.