When we say, “smaller,” it means our professors know our students by name. And that our students thrive in one-on-one interactions with engaging educators who are dedicated to their success.
For our undergraduate students, it means hands-on learning and mentoring opportunities in the School of Arts & Letters, a front row seat to business from experts in the School of Business Administration, the large network connected with the diverse School of Education, the right-sized classes and research opportunities in the School of Natural & Social Sciences, and much more.
Texas Wesleyan is proud to announce the launch of the “When we say Smarter” campaign to focus the entire campus community on communicating the academic value of a Texas Wesleyan degree to our current and future students, and beyond.
“We know that students have many choices when it comes to higher education, especially in North Texas,” said John Veilleux, vice president of enrollment, marketing, and communications. “Research shows us that we need to do a better job of communicating our academic value and the strengths of our academic programs to stay competitive, and continue to attract and retain high-quality students.”
The new campaign builds on the success of the “Smaller. Smarter.” campaign by focusing on areas of strengths in Texas Wesleyan’s undergraduate schools. Look for new signage around campus to educate the on-campus community, social media marketing and a strong presence on txwes.edu. From admissions tour guides and Career Services to direct mail for prospects and media relations, departments across campus will be reinforcing our academic value. Want to learn even more? Contact Marketing & Communications and check out the links below.
We’ve also broken down key points for each undergraduate school that you can read on our Message, Voice & Tone Standards page or follow these quick links to download:
What do we mean when we say “Smarter”? Watch these videos to learn more:
The Office of Marketing & Communications is presenting information sessions about the campaign to faculty and staff across campus. If you have missed one of the sessions or have yet to attend due to conflicting schedules, join us for the all faculty and staff presentation during free period on Thursday, Aug. 30, in the Science Lecture Theater.
Share your “Smarter” moments
We want your student, professor and classroom success stories! Hosting a professional speaker? Attending a conference with students? Win an award? Share this great news on TXWES.EDU.
Fill out the Google News Submission Form: a one-stop shop where you can submit the who, what, when, where, and why about student successes, professor successes, and other cool events. The Office of Marketing & Communications will help you transform your feedback in to a news story and post it online. Contact University Communications Specialist Neph Rivera with questions on the form at ext. 4271.