Advancing the University's reputation and brand position through engaging multichannel communications strategies.

Internal mass email requirements, guidelines and best practices

Email is an efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly way to communicate with large groups of people. However, non-strategic use of mass email can reduce employee productivity and hinder the University’s ability to deliver critical messages. It is critical that mass email communications be conducted effectively and efficiently.

Internal mass email

Find requirements, guidelines, and best practices for ensuring email remains an effective form of communication. If you are a campus communicator, find the person designated to approve your campus-wide email communications sent to listservs, or find the most appropriate alternative channel for your communication.

University media policy and access

Communications coordinates and oversees all communications on campus, including all contact with the media. We are dedicated to building and strengthening relationships with the news media to responsibly promote the University and its accomplishments, inform the public about policy and positions and provide general news. 

Press releases

All news releases are distributed to the media through our designated University communicators. If you would like to issue a press release, please contact us. If you have questions about the best way to make your news available to the public, please contact us.

Find an expert

Many University faculty/staff are experts in their fields and are available for media interviews on a range of topics. Contact the Communications team when media reaches out so we can be aware of any upcoming media coverage and support for both you and the media throughout the interview process.

Social media guidelines and policies

The University recognizes the role of social media to foster communications, collaboration and the exchange of information and ideas. The University maintains and establishes social media sites to support its mission, goals, programs and sanctioned efforts. These sites are clearly identified as University of Nevada, Reno sites and include our official University of Nevada, Reno logo.

Official University social media sites

University Communications administers official University of Nevada, Reno social media sites. These sites include those representing the University overall or sites representing a University, college, division or service that are clearly identified as such and include a University of Nevada, Reno official logo.

University news

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Nevada Today

Nevada Today is the University of Nevada, Reno's official news site. With more than 50 contributors across campus, we’re here to tell the University’s stories, from research to outreach, featured students to faculty news and beyond.

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NSights offers perspectives from the faculty, staff and students of the University of Nevada, Reno on issues of importance in the ongoing conversation within our University and the many communities it serves.

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Nevada Weekly

Each week, a selection of Nevada Today stories, blog posts, events, announcements and more are sent out to campus and the community in the Nevada Weekly newsletter.

Stay up-to-date with the University

Campus announcements

The University's official online information source specifically pertaining to and about University faculty and staff. Announcements are from across the University, such as construction notices, software and web updates and other faculty-related information.

E-clip subscription

This news summary is prepared by the University of Nevada, Reno’s Office of Marketing and Communications as a daily compilation of the major published references to the University of Nevada, Reno’s faculty, staff, and students. 

To subscribe to the service, send an email to the Communications Office at with “Subscribe to E-clips” in the subject line.