The Digital Communications team works with the university community to ensure that CMU's digital properties positively reflect the university's brand and accurately convey information to varied audiences, including students, faculty, staff, alumni, community members and the media.
Web and Email Communications
Marketing and Communications provides strategic support and planning for website design and development, email communications, e-commerce, analytics and emerging technologies.
Colorado Mesa University encourages interaction between CMU, Western Colorado Community College and the users of social networking sites such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
It is important for social media guests to remember that these sites are not private. Information posted is available to everyone who visits them. Users should use discretion when posting personal information about themselves or others. Use of these sites is voluntary — anyone using them assumes the risk associated with social networking sites and agrees to hold harmless CMU for any damages that may arise relating to use of these sites.
CMU reserves the right to remove content and comments at its discretion. Content or comments deemed to be unlawful, spam, and/or abusive towards students, faculty, staff, or others will be removed and reported to the site on which it appeared. Content solely intended to promote commercial products or services will be removed as well.
Comments and content posted by guests do not reflect the positions of Colorado Mesa University or WCCC. CMU encourages users to report abusive, unlawful, or spam content to the appropriate site according to each site’s terms of service.
Please read more about CMU's social media guidelines and governance.
Digital Communications Manager
Veronica Daehn Harvey
Web Content and Social Media Coordinator
Director of Marketing