• As the central communications office of the university, Public Affairs builds relationships with Cal Poly Pomona’s audiences through a number of efforts.
  • Public Affairs manages the university's official social media accounts, which help create a sense of community as well as encourage dialogue among its members.
  • In our media relations efforts, our staff coordinate interviews with experts on a range of topics, serve as university spokespeople, and help track news and information.
  • Public Affairs manages the university's brand and visual identity, including the Cal Poly Pomona logo, logotype and photographic services.

Communication

As the central communications office of the university, Public Affairs builds relationships with Cal Poly Pomona’s audiences through a number of efforts.

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Social Media

Public Affairs manages the university's official social media accounts, which help create a sense of community as well as encourage dialogue.

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Media Relations

In our media relations efforts, our staff coordinate interviews with experts on a range of topics, serve as university spokespeople, and help track information.

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Branding & Logos

Public Affairs manages the university's brand and visual identity, including the Cal Poly Pomona logo, logotype and photographic services.

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Check out our new Public Affairs BLOG!

Showcasing the best and brightest of Cal Poly Pomona, PolyTrends is published twice annually by the Office of Public Affairs. The magazine includes feature stories on students, faculty, alumni and benefactors who are making a difference on campus, as well as updates on university projects and information about upcoming events.

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In our experience helping campus groups launch their social media sites, here a few of the top things to consider before you set up your social media presence.

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One of the toughest parts of developing a social media presence is ensuring your posts are appropriate for your department and the university. Here are some guidelines on posting effectively on social media. We suggest that before you tweet (or do any work on social media), you follow the acronym CHIRPS to ensure your messages are interesting, engaging, ethical and appropriate.

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