The Office of Communications and Marketing provides a variety of resources, including visual identity standards and guidelines, an extensive photo library, an editorial style guide and assistance for news media, to help promote the university and enable partners across the university accomplish their goals. If you need additional assistance, please contact us.
GW’s Identity Standards and Guidelines (PDF)
The document provides guidance on the university's visual identity standards, including logos, graphics, colors and typography.
The photo library includes thousands of photos ranging from campus shots to events and classrooms.
Submit a request to work with our creative and collaborative design, photo and video teams.
The Drupal demo site provides step-by-step instructions, self-paced tutorials, demonstrations of features, and other tips and tricks for GW Drupal, the official website content management system for GW’s administrative and academic websites.
We offer daily virtual office hours to provide support for GW Drupal and GW blogs, digital accessibility, social media, email marketing, web writing and best practices, website strategy, Google analytics, site improve and more.
The GW Events Calendar is our central resource for information about GW events. Learn about submitting events to the calendar, best practices, and how to personalize your calendar experience.
Upcoming Training Opportunities
If you or your team have a training need that isn't listed here,
you can request a custom training.
In addition to producing GW’s flagship publications, the editorial team provides writing and editing support for other divisions. It has also produced an editorial style guide to serve as a reference for writers across the university.
The GW Media Relations team provides a wide range of services and resources for the media, including information about the university and our experts, logistical support for interviews, on-campus filming/broadcast venues, and stock photos and broadcast quality video of campus.
The university has a range of policies that address communications and marketing.
- Advertising Placement Policy
- Commercial Advertising Policy
- GW Web Content Policy
- Media Policy
- Social Media Policy
- The George Washington University Name, Logo, Seal, and Color Usage Policy
- University Licensing and Trademark Policy