Strategic Communications and Marketing
The Strategic Communications and Marketing team is responsible for managing the Cape Cod Community College brand and supporting the institution's communications for both internal and external audiences. The department focuses on these "big three" areas:
Recruitment and Retention: Strategic marketing, communications, and advertising to promote the College, academic programs, student support services, and other College-related initiatives.
Visual Communications: Original photography and graphic design work for internal and external use.
Storytelling: Alumni, student, and faculty profiles, press releases and media advisories, original videos, and more.
Cape Cod Community College's brand standards promote a recognizable identity for our College and our region, across our state, and beyond. Our brand is more than just a logo and tagline: it is how our students, prospective students, faculty, staff, and community members view us and the work that we do. A professional brand is built on discipline and cohesion across the entire institution.
Download our comprehensive Brand Standards guideline here for rules, regulations, and pointers on how to maintain the 4Cs brand.
Brand Standards Guide
|Patrick Stone, Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing|
||Nickerson Administration, Room 119
For the Media
The Office of Strategic Communications and Marketing is the point of contact for information about Cape Cod Community College and its programs and activities. Please contact:
Patrick Stone, Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing
Publications, Photos Videos, and other Projects
If you're working on a project, or are just thinking about working on something, reach out to Strategic Communications and Marketing and we'll be happy to assist you in building a strategic messaging plan and graphic design.
Cape Cod Community College reserves the right to take photographs and videos of students, staff, and visitors, anywhere the college functions and at all college-sponsored events. All images taken for or by the College are the property of Cape Cod Community College, a non-profit organization, and may be used for public information, marketing and promotional purposes.