Integrated Marketing and Advertising

Order your 2016 SMU holiday cards by Friday, Nov. 11

SMU holiday card 2016, frontThe official 2016 SMU holiday card is on sale now – but, like a Black Friday deal, they’ll be gone soon. Quantities are limited, so place your order by 3 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. If you are paying by personal check, your payment must be received by this deadline.

This year’s card features an image of Dallas Hall taken during the University’s Celebration of Lights, with “May Your Days Be Merry and Bright” on the front and the greeting “Warm Wishes” on the inside. Cards can be ordered with a blank signature line or with “Southern Methodist University” preprinted.

The cost is $1.50 per card, sold in packages of 25, with envelopes. You can place orders in quantities of up to 300. Cards are scheduled to arrive Monday, Nov. 22, and can be collected in Perkins Administration Building. You will receive an e-mail notifying you when your cards are ready for pick-up.

For more information, contact Karen Hart in SMU Public Affairs.

> Find details, more views and an online order form at the SMU Development and External Affairs website

November 10, 2016|News, Save the Date|

SMU stationery now available via online order

Stock image of SMU stationerySMU schools, departments and offices can now order updated letterhead, envelopes, notepads and business cards online, through the SMU stationery store operated by Marfield Corporate Stationery.

Following the conclusion of The Second Century Celebration and the finale of The Second Century Campaign, the University began to phase out use of the “SMU Unbridled 100” logo. This also gave the Office of Integrated Marketing the opportunity to incorporate the SMU tag line, “World Changers Shaped Here,” into more of the University’s identity materials, including stationery.

Other changes are more subtle. The most prominent is that on several styles of business cards, while all of the individual’s information is printed on the front of the card, many schools have added the school website and social media information to the back. The University continues to offer a “two-sided” card for those who include more individual information than can fit on one side of the card, such as departmental websites and social media accounts.

Marfield will continue to update the online store over the next several weeks so that all of the preview functionality for center and institute stationery reflects the new designs. Any stock ordered through the site from this point forward will have the updated look.

Integrated Marketing confirms that all individuals and offices may use up existing stationery stock, with or without the “SMU Unbridled 100” logo.

> Visit the SMU stationery store at

November 3, 2016|Bulletin Board, News|

Order the new SMU Facts map by Friday, May 13, 2016

SMU Facts Map 2016, 400 pxTo create a more affordable, highly functional piece that offers an overview of the entire University, the Office of Public Affairs has replaced the SMU Facts brochure with the new SMU Facts map, now available for order.

The map folds down to a compact 3- by 6-inch size. On one side, a three-dimensional view of campus offers information about each SMU school, Athletics, the Meadows Museum and the George W. Bush Presidential Center. The other side has vital statistics about University facilities, finances and student body, as well as important information about rankings, libraries, student life, alumni, research activity and much more.

Print copies cost 25 cents each; there is no minimum order. Maps are expected to arrive by early June.

To order copies, please send quantity and account number to Lisa Barnes, marketing services director, by Friday, May 13, 2016.

May 4, 2016|News, Save the Date|

There’s still time to order the 2013-14 SMU Facts brochures

Originally published Monday, Feb. 24, 2014.

SMU Facts brochure 2013-14 coverSMU Integrated Marketing and Advertising is ready to print the 2013-14 SMU Facts brochure and is now accepting orders for a limited time. The deadline to reserve copies has been extended to Friday, March 7, 2014.

The 4 x 6 brochure’s 40 pages contain the latest vital statistics on the University’s facilities, finances and student body, as well as important information about schools, libraries, rankings, research activity and much more. The booklet also features high-quality photography depicting many different aspects of SMU campus life.

Print copies will cost about .95 each; there is no minimum order.

To order copies, send quantity, account number and delivery location to Lisa Barnes, director of production, by Friday, Feb. 28, 2014.

March 3, 2014|News, Save the Date|
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