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Communications Resources

The Dean’s Office is here to help share your stories and promote your events!

Submit your College of Arts and Sciences stories, faculty-in-action items and COAS-sponsored events here. Submit using this form and your story or event will be posted on the COAS and university website news/event feeds, college newsletters, Opportunities and Events email, The Update and COAS social channels.

Submit your stories and events!

Submit a COAS event!

Submit a COAS event!

Submit a faculty/staff/student-in-action story!

Submit a faculty/staff/student-in-action story!

Event Submission Deadlines

Please submit your events three weeks prior to the date of the event. This timeline is minimally required for us to be able to help promote your event across university calendars and newsletters.

Faculty/Staff in Action Submissions

As the college prepares resources for web administrators for the Office of Civil Rights web accessibility initiative that is now underway, we will have to reallocate communications resources for the time being.

Effective March 16, 2023, the Dean’s Office is pausing submissions for faculty and staff in action stories. Your accomplishments and stories mean so much to us, so please save these for when we can begin accepting submissions again. We understand how these temporary changes may impact you and your departments and look forward to being able to help tell your stories again soon.

Opportunities for Students, Staff and Faculty

Do you have an opportunity for COAS students, faculty or staff? Email and we’ll publish these to our “opportunities for…” feeds and include these in internal college newsletters.

Communications and Web Resources

Communicating with Students

  • Student Affairs and Enrollment Management oversee policies and procedures for communicating with students. Visit their Communicating To Students website for information.

Writing for public and general audiences

Photo Resources

We have two photo galleries available for University projects and websites. One is COAS-specific and the other is provided by Visual Services in the Office of Communications and Marketing.

Learn more about using and optimizing images and media on websites on Web Guide.

Website Support and Training

Visit the Webguide Support and Training pages for answers to common questions using WordPress at Boise State.

Contact if you’re considering a redesign of your website or other design and strategy solutions.

University Web and IT Policies

What Other Resources Would You Like to Have Here?

We will continue to add communications and website resources to this website. If there’s anything that would be especially helpful to have here, send your ideas to Jeff Oliver at