Starting Monday, Sept. 11, there will be a new process for faculty and staff members who want to send an email message to all employees or to all students.
We want to be respectful of students' and employees' time. Many have expressed concern about the volume of email they receive. With that in mind, all-campus emails must meet the following criteria:
- The topic should be of interest to all students and/or all faculty and staff members.
- The topic should be something that impacts their success as students or their ability to do their jobs. Legally required messages automatically meet this criteria.
- Marketing emails that promote a specific program or event are not appropriate.
If you do not meet the criteria, submit a campus announcement instead.
Messages that meet the above criteria must be approved by the appropriate division head and the vice chancellor for University Relations & Communications. Here are instructions to guide you through that process.
First, submit your message to your division head for approval. Once you have made any changes requested by your division head and she/he has signed off on the final language, submit your message using the form below.
The form will send the message to Tom Luljak, vice chancellor of University Relations & Communications for his approval and notify your division head that the message has been submitted. Once Vice Chancellor Luljak has approved the message, or requested changes and approved an updated version, you may send the message to your division’s designated person for distribution.
To find a list of designated distributors and to enter your request, please go to the following web page: