Marketing Communications

The George Fox University Office of Marketing Communications (MarCom) serves to help people fall in love and stay in love with George Fox. Our primary role is to support efforts related to student recruitment, donor relations and other targeted external efforts through proper stewardship of the university brand and its brand-building resources.

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Our services include:

  • Photography and videography
  • Print design for advertising, direct mail and more
  • Print and electronic newsletters
  • The George Fox Journal
  • Web design and content management
  • Social media

We want to help you tell the stories of your department, your events, and the people you serve.

Requesting Creative Services

MarCom provides a full range of design and editorial services to the university community. From initial concept through print production, we provide solutions that help you communicate your message with style, presence and impact.

Request Creative Services


Logos and Other Resources

We provide a suite of resources for our community’s use in telling their own stories, including logos, various branded templates and style guides. If you need help accessing or using any of these resources, please contact Darryl Brown at or ext. 2123. Please note: All external communications that include an official university logo should be approved by MarCom before they are sent.

Logos and Resources

Daily Bruin Submissions

The Daily Bruin is an email newsletter for internal announcements that is sent out Monday through Friday. If you have something you’d like to share with our community, you may submit that information by 3 p.m. the business day before you’d like the announcement to be made. 

What’s Bruin is the university's official employee email newsletter. This publication comes out bimonthly with the exception of summer and winter breaks.

Daily Bruin and What’s Bruin

Public Information

The marketing communications office is responsible for building awareness of the university and communicating with university constituents.

We communicate with both internal and external audiences through the news media, the Internet, community organizations, churches, and internal publications such as the university magazine, the employee newsletter, and promotional materials.

Public Information


For questions about our services, please contact Brandy Donavant, information and projects manager, at or ext. 2136. If you’d like to contact a specific member of our team, please find them on our Contact page.

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