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Marketing Communications

Request a Marketing Project

This is your one-stop shop for internal marketing requests at Western. Need a poster? Ready to make a brochure? Planning for an upcoming event? Get your Marketing Communications project started by using the following dropdown menu.

Type of Request

Request a marketing project via this link (e.g., posters, brochures, press releases, banners, social media).

For updates to western.edu, submit an IT Services work order via this link.

Request Western Colorado University swag for distribution at an event related to marketing or recruiting via this link (e.g., T-shirts, stickers, socks).

Log your request for new business cards via this link.

Log your request for Western brand approval via this link.

Name Tags–How to Order

New hires, name changes, position or title changes? Time to order official Western name tags. Please follow the directions below.

All university name tags are currently ordered through The Paper Clip.

  • Please contact Chris Alton (chris@thepaperclip.com or 970.641.1107) at The Paper Clip in Gunnison to place your order.
  • Request them to print a name tag.
  • Supply your name and title for use on the name tag.
  • Provide payment information (University P-card or P.O. number).
  • Pick up at Paper Clip.

Take the Next Step

Apply to Western

Apply to Western

We understand that applying to a university can be daunting, which is why we make our admission process as simple and straightforward as possible. Learn more about applying to your program of choice at Western.

Visit Western

Visit Western

The best way to find out what makes Western such a special place is to experience it for yourself. Our student-led tours give you an insider’s perspective on everything from academics to student life.

Alumni Community

Alumni Community

We keep the Mountaineer spirit going strong within our alumni community. Whether getting together with friends at an annual event, making a donation or mentoring a student, graduates continue to play an important role in the Western community.