The Office of Marketing and Communication promotes public awareness of the research, faculty, students and events within the College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences. The team manages the College's outbound communications and online presence. We also assist CLASS constituencies on targeted communications projects that advance the College's priorities and initiatives.
Submitting News Items
Please email news items for consideration to email@example.com.
Share Your News
We encourage advance notice regarding upcoming CLASS news items. Examples of news items include noteworthy achievements by faculty and students, new research grants, upcoming or recent journal publications, UH scientific symposiums/conferences, scientific breakthroughs, and interesting collaborations.
In collaboration with the Office of University Media Relations, CLASS will work to place news internally and externally. CLASS and UH Media Relations will strategize appropriate formats, targets and news vehicles to provide the best plan for each individual news item.
CLASS Media & News Contact
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- New course - editable image, semester information
- New course - static image
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Power Point Presentations
Social Media Profile Images
Digital copies of the social media profile images in the correct sizes for each platform are available for download.
Houston’s brand of photography strives for an in-the-moment feeling. We use portraits, action/group shots and campus/object shots that convey candidness, warmth and approachability. Please click here to view information on photography brand guidelines.
Crimson, League Gothic, and Alex Brush are licensed to use freely. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out who holds the license for the Milo font in your department or college.
The icons in the University of Houston’s brand are single-colored. They are flat shapes used as support in larger illustrations or secondary visuals when used in conjunction with graphic elements. The idea behind the icons is to keep them simplistic and direct to help make bold statements visually and to supplement the copy’s subject matter. Please click here to view information on icon brand guidelines.