Project Intake

Every good project has to start somewhere. We'll partner with you on your goals and objectives and help you get where you want to be. Unsure if you'll need all of our services? Start here by filling out our project intake form and we'll get you in touch with the right people with the right expertise.

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Part of being an Anselmian means sharing the Saint Anselm College story consistently and with one voice. That consistency includes championing the brand, which includes photos, fonts, logos, wordmarks, and even our trademark licensing program. Our office can help you hone in on what makes you uniquely Anselmian, and can give you the tools to communicate effectively and on-brand.

Learn about our Brand Strategy services



Need to update your pages but not sure how? We can assist you with small changes and can help to schedule a training to bring you up to speed in our Content Management System (CMS). We ensure that all content meets or exceeds WCAG and ADA compliance prior to publication and strive to educate our campus partners on best practices. Interested in fully revamping your web presence or considering new web tools and functionality? We can help with that too.

Learn about our Web services



We are always looking for Anselmian stories to share. Do you have an idea for a news story or press release? Give us all the details. Are you looking for our help in sharing your story on social media? We’ve got you covered.

Learn about our News & Media services



Portraits is published two times a year for the alumni, college community, and friends of Saint Anselm College. The magazine is produced by the Office of College Communications and Marketing and published by Saint Anselm College. Dive into the latest issue and explore past issues featuring incredible Anselmian stories.

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Working with College Communications and Marketing

CCM follows an intake process intended to guide our collaboration so that we may identify our campus partners’ objectives and audience in order to maximize the effectiveness of marketing and communications efforts. In addition to gathering information, our intake process sets the foundation for defining needed elements, scoping components, determining what vendors would be a best fit for your project both in timeline and cost, and establishing a production schedule.