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Many departments at Grand Valley are taking advantage of the convenience, cost-savings, and timeliness of electronic newsletters using gvsu.createsend.com/. Departments are charged one half cent per email address for each email newsletter sent using gvsu.createsend.com/. This cost is still significantly less than production and distribution of a printed piece and is the actual cost the university pays for the service. Please factor in this new cost when planning your annual budgets in the future. For more information about email newsletters, contact Institutional Marketing at (616) 331-2525.
GVSU letterheads, envelopes, business cards, and forms can be ordered online through the Copy Center.
Download templates here:
Because of prioritization of resources and time, Institutional Marketing does not create department newsletters, though we are happy to recommend outside designers who you may work with if you choose. All of the rules in this identity standards guide apply to department newsletters, and we will be happy to review your first issue prior to printing to make sure it is in compliance. Call (616) 331-2525.
Use these templates to create consistent, professional PowerPoint presentations that support and leverage Grand Valley’s brand and image.
Template 1 features photos from the Allendale Campus and is ideal for general academic, marketing, and undergraduate program presentations.
Template 2 features photos from the Robert C. Pew Grand Rapids campus and was created primarily for graduate program presentations though it may be used for marketing presentations as well.
If you need additional photography for your PowerPoint presentation, please visit News and Information Services for details.
The evolution of social media has provided Grand Valley with another effective way to interact with students, faculty members, staff members, alumni, and friends of the university. Visit www.gvsu.edu/socialmedia for a listing of the social media pages maintained by various departments at Grand Valley, or view our social media guidelines.
Page last modified March 19, 2013