Go West. Go Bold.
University Communications & Marketing is a full-service, in-house marketing, branding and communications resource. Our experts can help you promote your program or department—and the university—using professionally crafted messages and materials. Our purpose is to support the UWG Mission, Vision and Strategic Imperatives by promoting the University of West Georgia’s brand, and to provide professional communications and marketing support to the UWG campus and community to increase awareness and build the reputation of our offerings. One of our primary goals is to ensure consistency in messaging across all forms of communication and marketing.
UCM is comprised of three teams: Communication Services, Creative Services and Web Services. We are videographers and producers, brand strategists, writers and editors, web designers and graphic artists, and media and public relations professionals.
Through a variety of platforms, we tell the story of our vibrant campus, where there are endless possibilities to make your mark. We do this by working closely with you, our campus clients, to accomplish your communication and marketing goals while maintaining the integrity of our Go West brand. Learning about new efforts and achievements contributes to how we promote the university and its accomplishments. We look forward to working with you.
2018 Dual Enrollment
2017 UWG Preview Day
A graduate takes a look back. Although this is just one student's story, it represents the many graduates who have worked hard, shared their talents, and graced our lives over the past several years. UWG wishes each and every one of you a bright and prosperous future. Happy Graduation!
Orlando Victims Remembered
On June 14, 2016, UWG paused to reflect on the tragedy in Orlando, Florida. Here are the names of the ones who lost their lives, and faces of the ones who gathered to remember them. The vigil was organized by Lambda, an LGBT organization at UWG. In lieu of lighting candles, the group was invited to respond with the Spanish word "Presente" and a symbolic lifting of the light after each name was spoken.