Editorial guidelines have been developed for the university to lend consistency and clarity to text and web communications.
Tools for Faculty Communications
Resources to help with presentations, pitches, and putting your work and Rutgers in the best light.
Getting Your Word Out
The excellent work of the Rutgers faculty helps build and maintain the university’s brand and reputation.
The resources on this page help Rutgers faculty communicate about programs, research, and other initiatives.
Use these resources to help you effectively craft your message and get it in front of the right audience.
Use the signature generator to download logos, and PowerPoint and letterhead templates. Many university units have pre-made packages ready for use.
Use the playbook to learn how to develop a strategy for your unit’s social media presence. Find additional information on the social media resources page.
The Office of Information Technology offers web consulting services on various aspects of building, hosting, and updating websites at Rutgers. The Rutgers Core Component Library is a website creation tool that empowers university units to update official websites using a shared brand-forward design and Drupal 8 content management tool.
The library contains thousands of Rutgers-related photographs and a growing number of video assets approved for use. Access the library with your NetID.
The ACE program can get you fast access to approved communications and marketing vendors that are trained on Rutgers policies and brand standards, and that already have service agreements in place with the university.
Guidelines on how to communicate with members of the press on behalf of the university.
This Is Rutgers Overview Presentation
This photo-rich resource highlights the university’s mission, locations, leadership, facts, and distinctions. Use it all together, or choose the slides that fit your needs.
Available in PDF and PowerPoint formats.