Looking to get the word out about an event, activity, program or service? Follow the steps below.
A college-wide email is sent each business day summarizing content posted to the Intranet the previous business day. For help click here.
The form prompts the IA team to post your message on:
Electronic Bulletin Boards (TVs)
Please provide a minimum of two weeks notice. Your event must meet the criteria related to the media on which it is posted.
Be as descriptive as possible since this will be your entry on MCC's official Calendars website. An entry in 25 Live is needed even if you're using a space your department manages.
Effective Jan. 4, 2016 all items previously submitted to IA to be considered for distribution via a District-wide email should be submitted for inclusion inThe Maricopan, the District employee newsletter. Items may be submitted using an online form, Submit an Article to The Maricopan. Items must still meet the Acceptable Standards for District-wide Message Posting.
The marquee at the Southern and Dobson campus is located on Dobson Road adjacent to the Library. The Red Mountain marquee is on Power Road north of McKellips.
The marquee may not be used for advertising individual classes or community public events that are not affiliated with the college. Only new classes/programs will be advertised. IA reserves the right to edit submissions for length, punctuation, formatting and images.
Electronic bulletin boards are located in hallways and gathering areas throughout MCC's campuses. The same messages appear at all campuses, so make sure to include campus location information.
The electronic bulletin board may not be used for advertising individual classes or community public events that are not affiliated with the college. Only new classes/programs will be advertised. IA reserves the right to edit submissions for length, punctuation, formatting and images.
Mesa Community College will share items submitted via the event form on the college Facebook page. Additionally, Institutional Advancement has developed the following information to help you plan and develop your own Social Media outlets for your department, club or committee:
More than +5,000 people like MCC and receive regular updates on college activities and view photos of events.
Follow twitter.com/mesacc on Twitter. Send a Tweet of 140 characters or less. What are YOU doing right now?
Learn about MCC, watch class presentations, enter contests, and more.
MCC's Social Media Standards align with MCCD Administration Regulations adopted on 11/07/11.
MCC uses 25Live for its Events Calendar (it is also the tool for reserving MCC Facilities and Resources). When entering your event in 25Live, be sure to include a full description and select if your event is open to the public and other key audiences so that it appears on the college's various calendars. Events may be featured on MCC's Events and News web page if the:
The MCC Event Calendar may not be used for advertising campus classes or advertising community public events that are not affiliated with the college or college facility space.
District wide e-mail lists may be used to inform all district employees about business and announcements related activities and events. Access to these lists is restricted.
If you would like to have a message sent District-wide, please e-mail your request to Sonia Filan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Janet Felton at email@example.com. It will be reviewed within two business days to ensure it meets "Acceptable Standards for District-wide Message Posting."
Your request should include the ready-to-be-posted message. If your message is an image with text embedded within the image, please also attach a text version of the Word document to accommodate the visually impaired. JPG is the preferred format for images; PDFs cannot be inserted into the body of the message.
College-wide email is reserved for crisis communication and important messages from the President, Cabinet, Institutional Advancement, Public Safety and Intranet update announcements. Attempts to send messages to the college-wide email list and replies to the account will only be seen by account administrators.
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