Promoting Club and Other Events: UMC Today and Events Calendar Web Pages: Crookston

Amber Bailey
Graphic/Multimedia Designer - UMC Administration
Effective Date
Last Revised

Policy Statement

Faculty, staff and students may publicize any campus meeting or event sponsored or co-sponsored by the University or by any officially recognized student organization on the "UMC Today" Web page - - and the UMC events calendar Web pages.

The e-communications manager will display meeting notices on the UMC Today page the day they are scheduled to take place when the request is submitted within the established timeline. Any late received or same day meeting notices will be posted as they are received. Events or performances open to the entire campus and/or external audiences may be listed for an entire week prior to the event.

Special Situations

University Relations will restate this policy each fall during organizational club advisor meetings.

Reason for Policy

This policy provides the requirements and process for successfully communicating authorized events via University of Minnesota, Crookston event calendar and Web page.


Policy Contacts
Primary Contact(s) Amber Bailey 218-281-8379 [email protected]


Scheduling communications

Events or meeting of a club or organization

  1. The organizer must send details about the event (time, place, etc.) to the e-communications manager at least two days before the meeting so it can be added it to the calendar.
  2. An online form ( must be completed and submitted along with the request.

Events of potential interest to a wider audience outside of the immediate campus community (e.g., campus speaker or performer) that are open to the general campus community and/or the public

  1. The organizer should notify University Relations at least two weeks prior to the event so publicity to the local community and region can be arranged.
  2. An online form ( must be completed and submitted along with the request.

Policy History

November 1999

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