The MTECH Marketing Department is responsible for ensuring a consistent College-wide marketing messaging. Marketing oversees social media, advertising, digital media, market research, recruiting, tours and other marketing initiatives.
Marketing is responsible for understanding and interpreting the College mission, values, and key directions and communicating these consistently to diverse internal and external audiences through the creation of high-impact, effective, marketing campaigns.
Please use the resources below in coordination with the Marketing department. If you have any questions please contact us.
Marketing Project Request
All marketing materials and projects must have a Project Request Form submitted to the marketing department at least 3-4 weeks in advance of the requested date. Some projects could take up to 2-3 months depending on the materials needed for the marketing campaign. In some cases a follow–up meeting will be needed.
MTECH logos are available for download by faculty, press, and for other marketing purposes. Please refer to the style guide for guidelines on their usage. These logos were prepared to be printed at a maximum size of 3″ x 3″ for high-quality CMYK printing (300 dpi), unless stated otherwise. If a larger or altered version of the above logos is needed, you must contact the Marketing Department for approval of the changes and to arrange the alteration.
The MTECH Style Guide is a document that describes, defines and presents examples of what our brand looks like in various visual media such as print, Internet and broadcast. The guide clearly defines the rules around our online presence in all channels such as websites, landing pages, mobile sites, online ads, blogs, social media channels and email communications (including email signatures!). Although it is called a "guide" it really is a set of rules that you must adhere to when doing anything that uses our MTECH logo and colors.
Media Release Form
Throughout the year, students may be highlighted in efforts to promote MTECH student successes. For example, students may be featured in materials to train teachers and/or increase public awareness of our schools through newspapers, radio, TV, the web, DVDs, displays, brochures, and other types of media.