Strategic Communications

Resources for Communicators

The following are ways we share news with the campus community, including the following:


PolyCentric publishes official news, announcements and articles that tell the university’s story. Submit a story for publication consideration to
CPP This Week

CPP This Week

Each week, the e-newsletter to faculty and staff highlights announcements, events and stories about the university. Learn more about CPP This Week and how to send submissions.


The Office of Student Success sends a bi-monthly e-newsletter to students with announcements, deadline reminders, events and resources. Visit BroncoBytes for submission guidelines.
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Social Media

Connect with the official @calpolypomona accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn. A listing of the university’s main accounts are available on the Social Media Directory.


Three outdoor electronic marquees communicate major university-related activities, announcements and events. Departments may submit requests using the online submission form at least two weeks in advance of the desired display date.
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Mass Email

Mass emails to the campus are carefully moderated. Departments should visit the Guide to Mass Emails webpage to review the criteria, steps and mass email groups.

Editorial Stylebook

To promote consistency and professionalism, the university’s Editorial Stylebook provides guidance on written communications. Campus communicators should consult the Stylebook when writing stories or developing copy for newsletters and brochures.

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Op-Ed Guidelines

Op-eds provide an opportunity for a writer to bring their experience, ideas, critical analyses, and insights to a larger audience. Our publications may publish op-eds from our community that support, illustrate or provide further insight into the university’s vision, mission, values and initiatives.

Photo Archive

Browse the university’s photo archive and request access to specific photos through the Canto asset management system.
The Poly Post

The Poly Post

The student-run Poly Post newspaper publishes weekly and online during the academic year.
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Campus Postings and Chalking

Informational flyers that are approved by the Office of Student Life can be tacked on bulletin boards, put on stakes at specific campus locations, and messages may be chalked in specific campus areas.