Return to campus
With in-person classes set to resume, the university has been working to prepare our campuses. A task force continues to meet on a routine basis to deploy a highly coordinated communications campaign. As part of the Hub High Five, we will continue to provide important updates and reminders to the communications community:
Social media toolkit
Last week we released the social media toolkit for the Return to Campus campaign. This toolkit includes approved graphics, which should not be altered, and approved messaging. Check out the toolkit.
Spirit face coverings
Please remember not to support wearing unlicensed face coverings, especially when photographing individuals. Only licensed vendors who have the proper certification for personal protective equipment may produce spirit face coverings. There are many vendors promoting customized face coverings who are not authorized to do so. Also, there are many crafts resellers (eBay, Etsy) who are not authorized vendors. Remember, using licensed vendors enables us to channel royalties to much needed COVID-19 related Foundation funds. If you have questions regarding photography or securing cloth face coverings, please contact the Enterprise Marketing Hub and we will connect you with the right resource.
ASU Facilities Management will be placing all required signage across campus and Environmental Health and Safety will be reviewing all materials to ensure we are aligned to CDC guidelines. No units should be creating and posting COVID-19 related signage in buildings. If you feel you have a unique need for COVID-19 signage, please contact facilities to review and discuss.
Available photos and videos
Many units have come together to help create a library of photography assets. These assets include: ASU Sync, classrooms, dining, housing, move-in, general campus life and more. These photos can be accessed and downloaded from ASU’s Photoshelter library. More photos will be added every few weeks, so be sure to check back for more updates.
Important websites to reference
The university has stood up a few important websites with COVID-19 related information. Please make sure you have reviewed them and continue to monitor them as they will provide you with the most up-to-date information.