The University strives to use campus communications resources effectively. Email is an efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly way to communicate with large groups. However, non-strategic use of mass email can hinder the University’s ability to deliver critical messages and reduce productivity.
Recognizing these expectations and concerns, the University has created these requirements, guidelines, and best practices to ensure all staff, faculty, and student email remains an effective form of communication. This document includes the following information:
A mass email is any email message sent to the entire campus or large subset (e.g., all students, all faculty, all staff). All mass emails must:
Mass email is appropriate for information that pertains to the majority of the recipients, is critical and/or time-sensitive, and meets one or more of the following standards:
Inappropriate use of internal mass email includes, but is not limited to:
Access and Authorization
To reduce the number of all staff, faculty, and student emails sent from outlook, only approved senders will have access to distribute an email to an all staff, faculty, student list, including all, staff, faculty, and student lists specific to MUAC (Marian University’s Ancilla College).
Those senders are identified and approved by the Office of Information Technology, Office of Marketing Communications, and the Chancellor of Marian University Indianapolis
All others may collaborate with the Office of Marketing and Communications to request a mass email by submitting a MarCom project request.
The Office of Marketing and Communications utilizes Delivra email software to send mass email communications. Faculty and staff may be provided access and trained to utilize Delivra. To gain access and training, please submit a MarCom project request.
Additional Internal Communication Channels
Before deciding on mass email as the choice for any communication please consider which internal communication channel or combination of, may be the best fit for your message
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