- Academic Website
- Campus Event
- Campus Recreation
- follow your passion. find your place.
- Governmental Relations
- Inclusive Excellence
- Juanita K. Hammons Hall
- Monthly Publications
- President's Office
- Provost's Office
- Public Affairs
- Student Recruitment
- Taylor Health and Wellness
- Tools and Tips
- University Publications
- University Relations
- What's up
- Where Are They Now?
- Writing tip
Tagsacademic website academic websites Ad admissions alumni announcement banner branding Brochure CNAS conference design Development display find your place. flyer follow your passion. follow your passion. find your place. foundation graduate high school InDesign Inspiration Invitation logo Missouri State MSU Music postcard poster program prospective prospective students public affairs publication recruitment student Student Designer style text tip transfer undergraduate writing Writing tip
Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) graduate program has been developed at Missouri State to meet the staffing needs of colleges and universities throughout the nation. This degree prepares students for a professional position in student affairs and higher education. Student affairs professionals work in areas such as admissions, career services, the Dean of Students office, enrollment, financial aid, student activities, residential life, etc. This is a recruitment series that includes a brochure, posters and a large floor display. The brochure, posters and display are used at recruitment fairs. Our student designer, Alexis Reid, developed this series.
Every spring, the Admissions Office sends out postcard to high school juniors with a focus on excellent academics at Missouri State. We called this our “Be Inspired” series. It features six professors that represent each academic college. This year, we introduced two new professors to the series, Dr. Keith Denton (College of Business) and Dr. Diana Piccolo (College of Education). We also updated the design to feature more action photos on the front. The postcard leads to a website with videos of the featured professors in action.
The holiday has come and gone. This is the invitation that our office produced for President Clif Smart’s 2013 holiday reception. Our student designer, Alexis Reid, presented 4 gorgeous options and this was the one that was chosen. The final version was printed on French Paper Speckletone True White.
Members of MSU’s university relations offices contributed toward the Springfield NewsLeader and Crosslines Share your Christmas event. The family assisted by the efforts included a single mother who is in nursing school and her four children.
The combined contributions represent upholding the University’s public affairs mission of community engagement.
Thank you to everyone who contributed toward this family’s Christmas!
The publications office assisted with an advertisement placed in the 100 Black Men magazine highlighting one of our outstanding students Kendrick Hooks. The ad honored him for being the first recipient of the Dr. Donald M. Suggs Multicultural Leadership Scholarship.
Diversity Landmarks, named in reference to the planting of diversity signs along sidewalks and entryways, is a campus warming activity designed to promote awareness and display diversity sentiments of campus constituents. This project is headed by the Division of Diversity and Inclusion.
The publications office assists with developing additional signs once a year. Placement of the signs occurs twice a year, during the fall and spring semester and are planted along the newly designed Kings Street corridor and throughout the corral area between Carrington and the PSU. Landmarks truly represent what the MSU Public Affairs mission is all about.
To submit quotes or find out additional information email the diversity landmark committee, email@example.com.
The recently launched Chemistry website emphasizes how the department provides a world-class education with a sound background in fundamentals coupled with research experience and state-of-the-art instrumentation. See the blog post from Web and New Media about the details.