The Department of University Communications (DUC) supports the campus community and a growing network of communications and marketing professionals in programs, faculties and schools at Carleton. Below are some of the supports DUC provides.
Our creative team supports marketing and design projects from conception through completion. If your faculty or department requires assistance, please fill out the Project Request Form.
Name badge requests can be completed through eShop. Enter the name, department and position of the person getting the badge in the blank areas indicated. If you need badges for more than one person, please complete one form for each badge. You can do a combination of name and position or name and department.
Media Relations Advice & Training
University Communications provides communications advice and training on working with journalists. We also coordinate media requests with Carleton experts and provide editorial advice for op-eds and pieces for The Conversation. For more information, contact Steven Reid.
Need help promoting an event? Please fill out the Event Promotion Request Form or add your event details to the Carleton Events Calendar. If you are in need of strategic event advice, branding, collateral and digital tools, please reach out to Sally Babson and complete the Project Request Form with Creative Services.
Carleton’s Top 5 is the daily newsletter for the internal Carleton community. To share your news, events and information, please submit your content by noon the business day prior to the desired publication date. For additional internal communication opportunities, contact email@example.com.
News and Events Bulletin Boards
University Communications manages the bulletin boards across campus titled “University News and Events.” Posters must adhere to the university’s Posting Policy, which can be found online. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unsure if your poster is in compliance with the posting policy.
- Patrick’s Building (Level 1 – public hallway)
- Teraanga Commons #1 (formerly Residence Commons) (Level 2 – public hallway)
- Teraanga Commons #2 (formerly Residence Commons) (Level 1 – public hallway)
- Mackenzie Building (Level 2 – public hall 2200)
- Minto Case Building (Level 2 – public corridor)
- Maintenance Building (Level 1 – hallway 110)
- Nesbitt Biology Building (Level 2 – public hallway 213/236)
- Steacie Building (Level 2 – public hallway 202)
- Richcraft Hall (Main level – Steacie Building junction)
- Herzberg Building (Level 2 – public hallway 2220)
- Social Science Research Building (Level 1 – public hallway 122)
- Paterson Hall (Level 1 – public corridor)
- Dunton Tower (Level 1 – public hallway)
- Azrieli Pavilion (Level 2 – public hallway 173)
- Nideyinàn (formerly University Centre) (Level 4 – Galleria)
The MarComm network is an informal group of communications and marketing professionals from across the university who come together on a regular basis to collaborate. If you are a communications or marketing professional working at Carleton and would like to be part of the university’s MarComm Network, contact Alysha Cunningham.