Cal Poly Report
The Weekly E-Newsletter for Cal Poly Employees
Information should be submitted as early as possible, but no later than 12:30 p.m. the Thursday prior to publication.
Issue for October 19, 2016
Cal Poly Report is the university’s official employee newsletter, providing news and listings for events directly related to the Cal Poly campus. All events and news items must be sponsored or sanctioned by the university.
Cal Poly Report is available in an online html version every Wednesday morning except during academic breaks. It is published approximately monthly during summer quarter. A shorter, printable PDF version is also available by clicking the link above.
The newsletter is prepared by the Cal Poly Communications Office.
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Click here for a list of designated approvers to determine who can approve or submit items for your college, division or department.
To download an approval form, click here for PDF or here for Microsoft Word format, obtain necessary approval signature, and include in electronic form with your emailed submission.
Deadline to submit items is 12:30 p.m. the Thursday before publication. Submissions received after the deadline will be printed in the next available issue.
Items should be 150 words or less. A pyramid format is followed, with the most important information first: the name of the event or guest; the time, day, date and location of the event; followed by a brief summary; and contact details, and/or a link for more information. Cal Poly Communications reserves the right to edit items for length, style, clarity and consistency.
Images should have visuals that are easily visible when sized down for the online newsletter. Text in a photo must be kept to a minimum. Do not include time, date or location in the image; those details will be included in the text and will be too small to read in an image in this format. For a general rule of thumb, consult the guidelines for advertising images on Facebook.
High-resolution photos are preferred. Low-resolution photos may be too grainy to be used.
The Communications Office will crop the image to fit the standard format, which is typically a variation of a 4x6 image. Images are most commonly sized to 300x200 or 200x300 (for headshots, in particular). Headshots should be cropped without too much extraneous background.
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