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Getting Started: Overview

The Office of Communications welcomes collaborating with campus community members. There are some important things you should know to help make our work experience most productive. Our office prioritizes strategic communications projects and does not focus on fulfillment work. If you seek a fulfillment agent, and not a partner, we recommend you explore other resources available at the University and beyond.

To initiate your Communications project, fill out the request form. Using this form will ensure that the right people are involved in assessing your project. Once you have submitted your request, we will contact you, generally within one business day, to discuss your needs and our capacity in greater detail. If you have not heard back from us within two business days, please call our front desk, (609) 258-3601.

NOTE WELL: AT LEAST 10 BUSINESS DAYS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE MOST SIMPLE PROJECTS from the date we have agreed to undertake the project. Complex projects require more time. Rush fees may apply to projects submitted too close to deadline. Please ensure you read important information about our rates, requirements and deadlines, which can be found through links to the left of this form. Also, printers no longer stock large quantities of paper so ordering paper and awaiting its delivery can add many business days to the print cycle. Please do not assume your project can be printed quickly.

Once we accept your project, we will work diligently to meet your deadline and we expect clients to meet all deadlines in our agreed upon work schedule. We work best as partners and in real time so please do not build-in false deadlines. Remember last minute changes can be expensive and delay projects, which is the prime reason we encourage proper planning at the start of all projects, including repeat projects.

We look forward to working with you and offering you the best expertise possible to meet your current goals in line with University priorities.

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