Guidelines, standards and forms were developed to support a consistent, unified image for the university. The information and links below lead to resources for anyone involved in publicizing or promoting the university and its programs.
Associated Press Stylebook and Merriam Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary are the reference guides used for media announcements, publications and other university communications targeted to public audiences.
The UHCL Brand Guideassists university departments in presenting a strong, focused brand identity through graphics, tone and message when communicating about UHCL.
Photo/Art Authorization Formsare required to use an individual's image, words, artwork and information in university marketing communications materials.
Publication Review Forms should accompany requests to review publications targeted to external audiences. Allow five to 10 working days for submissions to be reviewed and returned.
Publicity Request Forms should be submitted at least four weeks before an event. Publicity assistance is determined by the overall significance of the event/activity to the university and the general public as well as the timeliness of the request.
University of Houston-Clear Lake, noon and 5 p.m., Reliant Stadium, 8400 Kirby. Speakers: psychology professor Dorothea Lerman (noon) and bilingual and multicultural education professor Laurie Weaver (5 p.m.)
To prepare for its first freshman and sophomore students, University of Houston-Clear Lake has received much-needed support through a $1 million grant from Houston Endowment for a proposal highlighting the university’s four-year initiative. The payments will be presented in two $500,000 increments in March 2013 and 2014 and will assist UH-Clear Lake by extending services and support for the first- and second-year students.