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Communications & Marketing Overview

The Office of Communications and Marketing undertakes activities on behalf of Thiel College to communicate with and promote our official institutional messages to prospective students and parents, alumni, donors, the media and other publics. This includes serving as primary contact to local, regional and national print, broadcast, and digital media and providing direction to all external communications needs including advertising, public relations, marketing and publications.

The Office of Communications and Marketing publishes the weekly campus e-newsletter, T-Notes, in addition to The Bell alumni magazine two times per year.

  • If you’re interested in submitting a story or event to T-Notes, email tnotes@thiel.edu.

Identity & Style Guide

The Thiel College Identity & Style Guide assists the College in presenting a unified graphic and editorial identity in all external communication to ensure that all messages are consistent, appropriate and accurate. All external communications should reflect our longstanding commitment to our values, vision and mission, communicating responsible messages through responsible means.

All departments of the College are required to conform to the criteria established in this guide. The authority and responsibility of interpreting and implementing the guidelines has been placed with the Office of Communications and Marketing.

(The Style Guide is intended for use in official external College communications and not applied to scholarly research, journal articles, dissertations or faculty books and articles.)

Attention Students!

  • Incoming students - Please complete or update your Photo Release form online.
  • Current students - Please make sure your record is kept current to help us better publicize your accomplishments! You can updated your record through Self-Service or by calling the registrar at 724-589-2009.


To request permission to use an official Thiel logo, please send us an email with the intended usage, file size and format needed.