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Division of Marketing
and Communications

For the Media Contact Us


Division of Marketing
and Communications

For the Media

Contact Us

The Division of Marketing and Communications serves as the University’s communications, marketing and media relations office. The division works with each college and unit on campus to develop and implement integrated communication strategies that support the priorities of the unit and the University as a whole.

The division’s efforts provide a framework for delivering consistent, easily accessible and timely information that enhances and improves the University’s image and strengthens relationships with current and prospective students and their families, UTEP’s faculty and staff, and other external constituencies.


Graphic Identity Guide

The UTEP Graphic Identity Guide is now available online to download. The publication sets guidelines for the use of the University’s logos, name, colors, seals and other brand elements.

Download the Graphic Identity Guide
Download UTEP's official logos

Powerpoint Templates

UTEP PowerPoint templates are available at the links below.

Download Official Template
Download a Secondary Version

Tungsten Font License

Marketing and Communications has purchased a limited number of Tungsten font licenses for UTEP employees who are directly involved in the creation of marketing and communication materials. UTEP credentials required.

Request a License

Editorial Style Guide

The Division of Marketing and Communications has a comprehensive Style Guide to assist writers with proper use of common university-related terms, abbreviations, references and more.


Other Resources

Trademark Guidance

The University of Texas at El Paso’s Trademark Program is administered by The University of Texas System. The program works to protect and promote the use of The University of Texas System’s name and logos to ensure that the public can properly identify and associate the logos with officially licensed products bearing the institutions’ marks. Some of the items that must go through the Trademark Program include promotional (“giveaway”) pieces and items intended for sale, such as T-shirts, caps and water bottles.

For information about the Trademark Program, visit the Office of Brand, Trademarks and Licensing at