University Communications

What is University Communications?

The role of Gallaudet's Office of University Communications is to communicate the University's strategic messages to its key constituencies, which include the campus community (faculty, staff, and students at the University and the Clerc Center), prospective students and their parents, alumni, donors, members of Congress, the Washington, D.C. business community, the media, and deaf and hard of hearing people throughout the nation.


Creative Services & Enrollment Marketing

The office develops print, web, video, and other content aimed at showcasing the outstanding academic and campus life at Gallaudet to recruit prospective undergraduate and graduate students. The office also assists with developing other campus marketing materials.

The Office of University Communications heads the Gallaudet University Marketing (GUM) group which provides coordination of various offices and departments across the campus to ensure a unified and professional presence at off campus conferences and exhibitions.

Media Relations

The office serves as a liaison between members of the media and campus constituents. The office provides strategic planning to place positive stories from the university community into key media markets, responds to requests from the media, and assists campus administrators, faculty, staff, and students with coordinating media requests and with interview training.


The office produces several print, electronic and video publications in coordination with other departments on campus.

Video Services

The office serves as the video creation entity for all web and television based media for showcasing and promoting our wonderful community. The Video Services department assists in providing professional services in developing professional video projects and works in liaison with all academic and campus wide departments. This office responds to all requests and works in planning your project from inception to completion in keeping the Gallaudet University mission true.

Website Management

The office oversees the content and design of the top-tier University websites as well as key departmental websites which include the Office of the President and the Board of Trustees. The office operates in cooperation with various other offices and departments on campus to maintain the University's overall website.

More information about the services provided by the Office of University Communications.

Guidelines and Policies

Requesting Service

Stationery and Templates

Logo Requests

  • Logo Request Form
    Use this form to request the general Gallaudet logo. Not for department co-branded logos. If you need a department logo, please use the Creative Services Form.

News and Media

Media Requests


Submit News and Information

      About Gallaudet
      Presidential Search
      Campus Photos
      Clerc Center
      Contact Us
      Employment Opportunities
      Fast Facts
      Make an Online Gift
      Maps & Directions
      Media Inquiries
      University Communications
      Visitors Center
      English Language Institute
      Financial Aid
      Graduate Admissions
      Graduate Orientation
      International Admissions
      Professional Studies
      Test Center
      Undergraduate Admissions
      Academics & Research
      Archives/Deaf Collections
      Career Center
      Catalog & Course Info
      General Studies
      Graduate Programs
      Honors Program
      Office of Academic Quality
      Professional Studies
      Registrar's Office
      Research Support and International Affairs
      Undergraduate Majors
      Campus Life
      Bison Shop (bookstore)
      Campus Activities
      Food Services
      Public Safety
      Residence Life and Housing
      Washington, D.C.
      Tools & Resources
      Campus Directory
      Daily Digest
      Help Desk
      Gallaudet Alert-subscribe
      GU Press
      Kellogg Conference Hotel
      Maps & Directions
      People @ Gallaudet
      Shuttle Bus
      Gallaudet University | 800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
      Copyright © 2014 Gallaudet University