The College of Community Innovation and Education’s Communications Office manages external and internal communication for the college, including media relations, social media, websites, blog posts, print and digital assets, internal newsletters and more.

The college follows the UCF brand guidelines. Our college logo, unit identify lockup, is located on the UCF Branding site. Scroll to the Unit identity Lockup section, enter your credentials and search for College of Community Innovation and Education.

External Communication


Need a Website Update?

The Communications Office manages the college’s website. Submit a request for website updates, including faculty and staff profile pages.

Submit a Website Update

Contact Wendy Williams for questions about specific website updates. Contact D’Ann Rawlinson for new website requests.

Share News

Have News to Share?

Do you have a story to share about your work, a community project, student or an alum? Fill out the form below to share the good news with the college’s broader community. After submitting your news, our staff will find the best way to share the story.

  • Whom should we contact for more information (if different than above)?
  • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, Max. file size: 20 MB.
  • Accepted file types: jpg, png, Max. file size: 20 MB.
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Social Media

Social Media

College of Community Innovation and Education Social Profiles


Sharing news about the work of the college on your social media channels? Be sure to use #UCFCCIE so we can follow along. Also, contact Melissa Spence if you have news to share.

Some schools, departments, centers and institutes have official social media profiles that focus on their specific programs and initiatives.

If your academic or administrative unit plans to start using social media, contact Communications Director D’Ann Rawlinson to discuss goals, university procedures, branding and best practices. It is recommended to identify a full-time employee (one who has experience managing a business social account) to manage social media.

Digital Signage

Digital Signage

Display your event and program announcement on screens in the college buildings. Need a design template? See digital signage templates.

Submission Forms

Education Complex, Morgridge International Reading Center and Teaching Academy

Health Public Affairs I and II

UCF Downtown



Dimensions: 8.5 x 11”
Program: Microsoft Publisher
Event Flyer Template Option 1
Event Flyer Template Option 2

Dimensions: 1910 x 1065 px
Program: Microsoft Powerpoint
Digital Signage Template

Dimensions: 48 x 36”
Program: Microsoft Powerpoint
Research Poster (Pin-up) Template
Research Poster (Trifold) Template



Request photo coverage for newsworthy stories
Regarding photography, the communications team primarily focuses on capturing images that align with newsworthy stories that can reach a broad audience through college and university communication channels. Do you have a news story to share? Complete the Share News form.

In general, we don’t provide full event photography coverage, photo booth photography or group/meeting photography. Faculty and staff may check out a camera or video camera from UCF Curriculum Material Center; see their technology lending page. Also, the Technology Commons may have equipment available for checkout.

Photography and Videography Consent: UCF Model Release Form

Faculty and Staff Headshot Photos
New, full-time faculty and staff members may schedule a headshot photo with our communications team. Our standard turnaround of final images is usually two weeks. Email to schedule an appointment.

Headshot photo updates for full-time faculty and staff are scheduled approximately once a year (on both campuses). We will announce this opportunity via the Weekly Update.

Faculty may also receive a free professional portrait from the Faculty Multimedia Center.

Note: We don’t offer headshot services for students. At times, UCF Student Government Association hosts student headshot days.

Internal Communication

CCIE Weekly Update

The CCIE Weekly Update is a collegewide, internal newsletter for faculty and staff to share college-related business, news and updates. Please send submissions to by Monday (noon). Late submissions will be held for the following week. The Weekly Update is distributed via email on Tuesdays before 1 p.m.

Submissions should include a subject line, by line, message and web links.

Collegewide Faculty and Staff Email Communication

Collegewide emails are essential messages that are relevant to the members of the college and cannot be effectively distributed in other ways. This method of communication is limited to the deans and to faculty/staff who need to share an urgent or critical message with the entire college.

Please contact Alex Davila, Jordan Grushka, or Kellie Tabor, Office of the Dean, to submit your request for consideration.

Collegewide Student Email Communication

Graduate Students
The Office of Graduate Affairs sends an email to all CCIE graduate students every Wednesday. This email includes information about professional events, conferences and academic opportunities. Faculty and staff are welcome to submit messages. Please send submissions to and copy Andrea Withington by Tuesday before 5 p.m.

Undergraduate Students
The Office of Undergraduate Affairs sends academic-related information emails to all CCIE undergraduate students as needed. Academic departments are welcome to submit messages. Please send submissions to and copy Mariangelly "Mary" Rente.

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