• Faculty Marketing Resources

    Hamline’s Office of Marketing and Communications has several options available for faculty members to promote their programs. See below for ways faculty can work with the Marketing & Communications team, along with ways faculty can promote their programs on their own.


  • Self-guided marketing resources

    Develop your own social media presence

    Have a professional social media presence, especially on networks like LinkedIn.

    What to share: anything that showcases your program!

    • Accomplishments and awards
    • Publications
    • Media appearances

    Where to share:

    • Twitter: Tag us! @HamlineU
    • Facebook: Create a Facebook event and tag Hamline as a co-host or share the event with Hamline.
    • Instagram: We can share in Hamline’s story. Tag or message @hamlineu.
    • LinkedIn: Post on your page and share with your network.

    Also, you can boost university visibility with your own expertise. Faculty are encouraged to maintain an active social media or other web presence (for example, a blog about current events in your field).

    Network and cultivate relationships; share your program

    Many students learn about our programs through other people.

    • Network and share program information with other professionals at conferences, events, or lectures
    • Share with family and friends
    • Connect with prospective students who have contacted you

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  • Hamline marketing resources

    Hamline website: Newsroom

    Send your ideas for news to publicize in our Newsroom to mediarelations@hamline.edu.

    Inside Hamline

    Send your ideas for news to publicize in Inside Hamline (emailed to students, faculty, and staff every Monday)! See the Inside Hamline page for details and submission form.

    Website: program changes, updates, new programs

    All requests for posting updates to programs, new programs, etc. to the website should be submitted to Marketing via your dean or President’s Staff representative.

    Additionally, projects will not be processed until all details are final. This includes course listings, credit amounts, program approvals, etc.

    Marketing programs (ads, emails, print materials)

    Requests for marketing or advertising individual programs should be made via your dean or President’s Staff representative and will be prioritized accordingly. Most prospective student advertising decisions are now handled by university admission offices.

    Digital signage (on campus)

    Submit a project request. Please note that all incoming project requests will be accepted at the marketing office’s discretion based on current priorities and workload.

  • Out of scope for marketing

    • Market research: This is handled by individual academic units. Talk to your dean or the Provost’s Office
    • Individual meetings with faculty, program directors, department chairs. Talk to your dean or the Provost’s Office
    • Logos for individual departments, programs, etc. Brand guidelines prohibit the creation of individual logos for departments or programs.