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Our team is made up of expert communicators. But we know that we are not the only people on campus doing communications work. If you are promoting or writing about Lewis & Clark, we are here to help you stay on brand.
Concepts like brand can feel elusive and mysterious. The very notion of a college having a brand may seem odd; we’re not a clothing company or beverage empire! But we do, indeed, have one: a collection of all of the things that make us special. We convey that using words, typography, images, art, and more. Consistency and clarity in the look and words of our materials help set a positive tone and shape impressions for the institution’s most important audiences: prospective students, alumni, parents, donors, and friends.
Articulating our brand—what you want people to think and feel when they hear our name—can be tricky, but we have resources to help you whether you want to start from scratch or borrow some vetted, ready-to-go language.
You can use these tips and tools to create communications—from emails to newsletters to posters and beyond—that will look and sound like Lewis & Clark while clearly and effectively conveying your point. And don’t think you have to lose your personality along the way: You can be on brand and be yourself.
We love to help people with their communications strategy. If you have questions that aren’t answered here, or you have a project you’d like to discuss, please get in touch.
This is all about the words and how to put them together. From insight into Lewis & Clark’s values to a list of words our students use to describe us, this guide will nip writer’s block in the bud.
Learn how to put your best, branded self forward using our logos, colors, fonts, and photography.
Looking and writing your best for the web and social media requires consideration of accessibility and how content is presented on different device types. This guide has our top suggestions for creating great Lewis & Clark content for the digital environment.
Use these guidelines to create videos that are engaging, on brand, and that celebrate the distinctiveness of Lewis & Clark.
This information is intended to guide you as you prepare written materials on behalf of Lewis & Clark. It addresses issues of grammar, punctuation, spelling, and usage.