Georgia State University is composed of a multitude of units and constituencies with a range of purposes and goals. The visual identity program links the colleges, schools and units to present the institution as a unified community. Creative Services within the Division of Student Affairs offers strategic solutions for your student affairs marketing and communication needs. From constructing your message to framing it in eye-catching design, Creative Services’ skilled team partners will work with you to tell your story.
The Division of Student Affairs supports the university’s efforts to gain maximum recognition through the consistent use of a logo system and color palette that always displays Georgia State University. The goal is to create a strong brand identity for the Division of Student Affairs, an important responsibility that shared by all student affairs staff.
Creative Services will continue to update materials on this site, adding information to help you meet the branding expectations of the university. We encourage you to check the website often.
The Creative Services team appreciates your continued support.
Creative Services offers support to all units within the Division of Student Affairs in the following areas:
Print Media Requests:
Creative Services is happy to create flyers, posters, brochures, banners, t-shirts, giveaways or any printed media to help promote or market a unit within the Division of Student Affairs.
Creative Services offers consulting, individual and walk-in training, monthly meetings and a wealth of experience to ensure all of the necessary tools are available to help enhance your web presence.
Georgia State University Calendar (Localist):
The Georgia State University calendar is a great way to promote upcoming programs and events to the campus community. Creative Services dynamically feeds each calendar into departmental and the Division of Student Affairs websites.
The Georgia State University portal PAWS is one of the main ways students check email and enter GoSolar. Because of this, it is an important to make sure your information is current and up-to-date. Feel free to contact Gretchen Cannon to set up a PAWS editing refresher course.
Trouble editing in WordPress? Forgot how to edit in PAWS or add events in the calendar? Stop by between 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. on Wednesdays, Student Center East, Suite 211 or email Gretchen Cannon to set up an individual training session.
Join the Division of Student Affairs Creative Community! Staff members assigned to printed media, social media, calendar entries, PAWS updates and web editors are invited to monthly meetings In Creative Services to discuss ways to improve the creative processes. Save the date of the next meeting, so you may attend. All are welcome!
Creative Services has created several documents that may help you better understand the Georgia State University branding initiative and improve your creative processes.