The Communications and Community Relations Department of The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS) provides strategic communications services to The Claremont Colleges while sustaining a positive relationship with the Claremont community. The department coordinates consortial communications tactics and projects including The Claremont Colleges marketing efforts, promoting student facing services, and guiding consortial communications efforts. As both a significant employer and landowner, The Claremont Colleges recognize their role in the community and embrace the opportunity to provide partnerships, philanthropic assistance and cultural and community programs while supporting local businesses and public schools.
Through the use of strategic communications, the Communications Department creates two-way communication between a department/organization/institution and its most important stakeholders. We work to identify the audience, determine the goals and objectives, craft the key messages, develop the tactical plan and evaluate the results. This is our roadmap, no matter the size or significance of the project.
Collaborating with clients to provide smart design solutions that educate and engage audiences. Using colorful, high-resolution images, engaging videos and illustrative graphics, our Communications team can help audiences understand your programs and services.
Want your event or announcement advertised on the monitors around TCCS offices and the Library? Please complete this form to submit your advertisement for review and display. Approval of advertisements and monitor sharing is up to the discretion of TCCS Communications.
Please note there are landscape and portrait orientation monitors. You can submit both orientations, please submit two forms, one per orientation. Most monitors are landscape orientation, but the library has predominantly portrait orientation monitors. Please consider this when creating your advertisements and selecting locations. Submit your design as a JPG or PNG file (PDF’s are not accepted), and we recommend using the highest resolution 1080×1920.