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These resources will help you in many phases of your communications project, event promotion, and outreach initiative.

The New Rutgers

As a result of the New Jersey Medical and Health Sciences Education Restructuring Act, on July 1, 2013, most schools and units of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), transferred to Rutgers. As a comprehensive provider of health care statewide, Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, includes 13 schools and centers. Learn more.

Rutgers Exhibit Kit

Having an event? Faculty and staff can use the exhibit kit to showcase the university brand. The kit includes table coverings, banners, podium signs, media backdrops, floor coverings, and other items. Learn more.

Communicating with Constituents: A List of Newsletter Editors

Units across the university have created unique ways to stay in touch with their constituents through print and electronic publications. Download a list (PDF) of publication contacts.

Find help with planning and placing advertising.

Information for outside production companies, photographers, filmmakers, and others who want to use Rutgers’ buildings and property in print, on film, or on videotape.

This newly revised publication—an engaging, at-a-glance view of our impressive university—can be a powerful addition to your marketing communications plan.

Making a presentation? Take a few minutes to speak briefly to your audience about Rutgers, using our 10-slide Rutgers Highlights PowerPoint and/or sharing one of Rutgers' television spots.

Find model release forms that must be obtained from people or groups of people you are photographing or videotaping. HIPAA authorization forms are used when working with patients who disclose health information in any form.

Detailed information on how to promote on-campus events.

Looking for ways to inform your audience about Rutgers? Use these publications, which are available via PDF, ebook, and/or in print.

Share ideas and information, and access resources, guidance, and tools, in support of your communications initiatives.

This helpful guide can answer your grammar and style questions.

Take Rutgers-branded material, such as table coverings, media backdrops, podium signs, and more to your next event.

Basic questions to ask before starting any communications project.

Policy related to use of Rutgers trademarks, logotypes, visual identity, and more.

Must dos and don’ts.

Find training and information to optimize your web project.