As soon as all the details are arranged, start publicizing the event. When all is said and done, an event is only a good as the guests who attend, and they can't attend if they don't know it's happening. Consider all avenues of reaching your target audience. Contact University Relations, Communications and Marketing (URCM) for any assistance in this regard.

Ways to publicize an event:

  • News releases
  • UNT web site
  • Departmental and college/school web sites
  • Internal communications such as the electronic InHouse newsletter
  • Fliers, posters, mass email, press kits, Facebook, and yard signs

All forms of publicity need to fall within the university’s guidelines as detailed in the UNT Identity Guide.

This tagline should be used when the university’s word mark or letter mark is used in printed material for special events (ads, programs, fliers, brochures, posters, etc.)

Pre-printed materials should include one or more of the university’s key messages when describing the university, with rare exceptions (invitations, for instance).

The university’s key messages are:

  • Student-centered public research university
  • Legacy of excellence
  • Thriving university
  • Nationally recognized institution with highly-rated programs
  • Most comprehensive university in the Dallas-Fort Worth region
  • More than 36,000 students

You can refer to the UNT Identity Guide for current information on key messages.