StanEvents & Announcements
Share your upcoming events, activities and announcements in this internal e-communication for faculty and staff. Follow the thread of University Events and Announcements delivered to your inbox three times a week.
Submissions received by noon on Monday will be posted by Wednesday during that week. Submissions received after noon on Monday will be posted by Wednesday the following week. Non-event announcements can be related to a specific date (such as a deadline), but they are not posted on the University Events Calendar.
StanEvents & Announcements will be sent on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. by default.
Share your upcoming events and activities in this internal e-communication for students. Submissions received by noon on Monday will be posted by Wednesday during that week. Submissions received after noon on Monday will be posted by Wednesday the following week. Warrior Weekly (student e-newsletter) will be sent on Wednesdays between 11 a.m. and noon by default.
Submit: Story Idea/Notes
Read the latest news from and about Stan State, media coverage, trending topics and more. Watch for it in your inbox every Monday morning around 8 a.m. Submit your story ideas for consideration using the form above; be sure to include details about the story so we can be sure to follow up!
StanEvents & Announcements is the campuswide weekly internal e-communication for faculty and staff and Warrior Weekly for students. Both newsletters will leverage web-based automation technology and provide the opportunity to personalize the user communication experience. Our University has implemented this technology for communications with our faculty, staff and students. StanNews is the weekly edition of University news, highlighting internal and external coverage. These e-communications will provide faculty, staff and students with a concise, consistent and interactive format for campus announcements and news.
The Division of University Advancement, in collaboration with the University Communications Advisory Group and the GREAT Student Communications Workgroup, evaluated and analyzed how we communicate internally as a University. A campuswide survey was conducted to gather additional feedback. Many survey respondents expressed receiving too many campuswide emails, which stifle communication about important topics and events. The survey indicated a weekly email streamlining University news and announcements to faculty and staff is the preferred method of internal University communication.