The Office of Public Relations and Publications is charged with ensuring the accuracy and image of university publications destined for off-campus distribution, frequently referred to as external publications.
Publications destined for external audiences must be approved by the Office of Public Relations and Publications. External communications include newsletters, magazines, bulletins, brochures, booklets, announcements, invitations, flyers, posters, programs, and advertisements.
It does not include scholarly papers, class materials, faculty reports, forms, personal letters, and other correspondence signed by individuals. Persons who produce these types of documents are responsible for their content, their accuracy, and their appearance. It also does not apply to student publications, such as the newspaper and magazine. However, student publications should conform to the guidelines established for the usage of university logos. Our staff will work closely with academic and administrative units in the planning, writing, and production of external publications so that the image of the Augusta State University is portrayed accurately, consistently, and attractively.
For additional questions not addressed in this site, contact us at 737-1878 or email email@example.com.
ASU Today is an annual publication that features a broad range of articles, showcasing ASU's research initiatives, partnerships, innovations, facilities, alumni and people who are making a difference to the University.
The President's Report
The President's Report is an annual publication that provides alumni and friends current information on the state of the college and a glimpse of the many exceptional things happening at ASU.
Scholarship and Research
The Scholarship and Research report highlights the research and achievements of our world-class faculty.