Office of Marketing and Brand Management

As a University community, we share a responsibility for upholding the University of Southern Maine (USM) brand. Our office offers tools, templates, and guidelines to incorporate the brand into digital and print materials used to promote any aspect of the University. Learn more about Office of Marketing and Brand Management.

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MyUSM Internal Content Transition Guide

View the timeline and process details for moving your department's internal web content to MyUSM. Login required.

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Brand Guidelines

Use our brand guidelines to ensure your marketing communications align with the USM brand.
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Website Governance Policy

Review the roles, responsibilities, procedures, standards, and guidelines that govern the creation and maintenance of our official website.
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Submit a Website Service Request

Report a broken link or warped image, tell us about a typo or outdated information, request new content or a new subsite, or simply ask us a website question.
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Custom print material request

If the print piece you need is not available in the Print Design Template System, please fill out a form to request custom-designed print materials.

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Print design template system

Direct-to-print templates that allow you to create business cards, stationery, brochures, flyers, postcards, posters, and more on your own.
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University logo downloads

Our logo should appear on all marketing or communication materials. Choose the variation that is appropriate for your project.
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University photo library

Get access to a library of approved photos available to use on university print and digital projects.