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Considering a publication?

Need to promote a program or event? Considering a digital or print publication? Be sure to work with our team to achieve your goals.

The office offers creative direction, visual design, copywriting, copy editing, photography, production, and print procurement services in the development of informational and marketing solutions for Endicott’s programs, events, recruitment endeavors, fundraising efforts, and other contingencies. Projects may include, but are not limited to: brochures, catalogs, invitations, newsletters, direct mail pieces, posters, and reports.

Step one is to have your idea for a new publication approved by your supervisor, dean, and vice president. Once your project has been approved, our office can swing into action. Members of the Endicott community should refer to our Publications Policies and Procedures Guidelines on the MyEndicott portal.

Need pieces to promote your event?

The Publications Office can produce artwork that incorporates Endicott's logo and brand standards into signage, banners, and other items that promote major College events.

Require photography services?

Staff photographers provide services for certain College events—especially those that will be featured in College publications, on the College’s website, and in various print and electronic media. We cannot cover every event or accommodate every request; and when needed, outside photographers may be used at the requesting department's expense.

Request Photography Services

Photography Policy at Endicott College

Endicott College does not attempt to collect photo release forms from members of its faculty, staff, or student body. Instead, we make the assumption that Endicott faculty, staff, and students are our best resources for marketing the College and its constituencies and that they will welcome involvement in these activities.

All photographs taken for Endicott College are the property of the College and may be used for promotional purposes (e.g. electronic and printed publications, websites, classroom use, College ads, etc.). Endicott reserves the right to take photographs of campus facilities and scenes, events, faculty, staff, and students for College use in any areas on campus where subjects do not have an expectation of privacy and provided the photographs do not violate the privacy of the subject.

Looking for College photographs?

Our office maintains two types of galleries where members of the Endicott community may view and download College photos and logos:

The Image Gallery

  • Image Gallery: This gallery contains College-approved imagery for use in publications, event advertisements, presentations, and web pages. The gallery includes photos of the campus and its facilities; classes, labs, and applied learning venues; student life; and event-specific pictures, among others.
  • Each photo is available in high-resolution for print publications or low-resolution for use on the web. Visit the Image Gallery.

Special Event Galleries

  • Following an event (Commencement, Reunion, Homecoming, etc.), photos will be posted to a special gallery and may be perused and downloaded by families, friends, and alumni of the College. (Login information for special event photos is provided to families, friends, and alumni following the event.)
  • Please note that all photos taken for or by Endicott College are the property of the College and may be used for Endicott College promotional purposes only.

What are our grammar and design standards?

Editorial Style Guide

To help College content providers produce copy that is consistent and clear, our office produced the Editorial Style Guide – a compendium of useful information on such things as the official names of College buildings, programs, and degrees; punctuation and number usage; acceptable abbreviations, and much more. Please refer to the guide when writing or editing copy.

Download the Editorial Style Guide (PDF) 

Branding Guidelines

To strengthen and codify the Endicott brand, our office produced Branding Guidelines. Descriptions of the Endicott icon, wordmark, and logo are included, along with rules for acceptable use of the Endicott logos, colors, and more.

View Branding Guidelines