The Office of Marketing and Communications at Hofstra serves as a communications hub for news generated by the entire Hofstra community – faculty, staff, administration, students, alumni, and friends. That news ranges from the receipt of prestigious faculty and student awards to the introduction of new academic programs to the retirement of a longtime colleague – and includes everything in between.
To help you better understand and use the services of Marketing and Communications, we have put together this collection of resources, which outlines what we do, the procedures for creating a publication, and the varied resources available to help you communicate your message.
Make a Request
Marketing and Communications offers services, including photo and video, on a request basis. There may be a cost involved, depending on your needs. Please note, making a request does not guarantee services will be provided.
Need help making a request? Stop by the weekly Marketing and Communications Project Manager's Virtual Office Hours Fridays at 11 a.m. EST.
Advertising will work with you to develop and place program-specific ads in a variety of media, including print, radio, online and television. Contact Ashley Brennan at 516-463-6902.Email Advertising
Marketing and Communications would like to encourage all academic departments to have complete faculty biography pages on the Hofstra website.How to Update Faculty Bios
Gifts for Speakers & Guests
Small Hofstra-branded gifts are available for guest speakers in classes and public sessions. Small gift bags are also available. Contact Jessica Ramos via email or at 516-463-6842.
This is your guide to the Hofstra brand and graphic standards. Any questions? Contact Terry Coniglio, Vice President for Marketing and Communications, at 516-463-4160.Download Brand Guide
Designing your own publication? We provide a list of guidelines to keep in mind as you tackle your project.View Design Guidelines
Editorial Style Guide
Hofstra's editorial style ensures consistency in all communications. This guide includes information of interest to writers and content producers, including guidelines for capitalization, punctuation, language, and more.Visit the Style Guide
Marketing and Communications offers an online archive of photography that can be downloaded for use in communications materials.Access Archive
Download these PowerPoint templates to use for your presentations.View Templates
Research Poster Templates
Use these templates for research posters printed through WebCRD to receive a discount.Download Templates
For information on using any of these tools to enhance your online presence, contact Webwork via the Outlook address book.
Submit your events for consideration to be posted on the Hofstra Event Calendar. Filtered versions of the calendar can be embedded on your website.Visit the Calendar
Share slideshows of high-resolution photos via a Flickr embed on your pages.View a Sample
You can collect non-confidential information easily through Google Forms and share it with your group.Visit a Sample
Hofstra University’s 24/7 information station, is shown on screens around campus to promote events and share announcements.Submit a Request
A regular e-mail blast distributed by Marketing and Communications to publicize upcoming events and departmental news.Email for Details
Post designed PDFs on your pages that users can flip through without a browser plug-in.View a Sample
If you’re interested in sending out a newsletter, you can set up an email newsletter through MarComm.Email for Details
Share video and audio files on your site through our YouTube channel.View a Sample