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Office of University Marketing

Welcome to the Office of University Marketing

Does your brochure need a facelift? Do the students in your photographs look like they stepped out of an episode of “Saved by the Bell”? Not sure what content to include on your home page? The Office of University Marketing can help.

University Marketing is your resource for creating clear, concise and consistent communications that strengthen Texas State’s marketing message and help the university achieve a unified and recognizable brand.

University Marketing:

  • reviews all university communications to ensure they meet the university’s graphic identity and editorial style guidelines
  • handles Texas State’s advertising efforts, which range from print ads in Texas Monthly to billboards and bus wraps to radio and TV ads
  • provides creative support to the university’s academic colleges and departments and administrative offices

While some university offices contact University Marketing only to secure approval of their communications projects, our team can work cooperatively with you through all stages of your projects — planning, writing, editing, design and production. We also offer custom photography services. And we do it all at no cost to you!

We produce a range of communications, from postcards to posters, brochures to booklets, publications to promotional items, plus Web and multimedia projects.

Contact us for assistance with all your graphic design, writing and Web projects. It’s our job to make you — and Texas State — look good.


Marketing's Impact


“Thank you for your talent and hard work in the redesign of the Public History program print materials. I am very excited about receiving them in time to distribute during a statewide symposium co-sponsored by the Texas Historical Commission. They will be key tools in our increased promotional efforts for the program. Again, my sincere thanks. They look fabulous!”

— Lynn Denton, director
Public History Program, Dept. of History