We are here to collaboratively advance the brand of Radford University through marketing, communications, media engagement, and digital and creative services. Please let us know how we can help your marketing and outreach goals for projects, events, promotions, and recruitment.

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We can provide high-quality photos for student recruitment, promotion, and other outreach purposes for Radford University and RUC.

Video Production

We can provide high-quality videos, incorporating audio, for marketing and outreach purposes for Radford University and RUC.

Design for Digital Platforms

We can provide graphic design for a variety of digital platforms to market your department or program.

Design for Print Publications

We can provide graphic design, print, and mailing assistance for your marketing project.

Printing Services

Radford University Printing Services is your resource for individual and departmental printing.

Web Analytics or Page Redesign

We can provide analytics for your website and recommendations for layout.

RU Announce

We can provide mass emails for campus-wide communication.

Latest News

  1. Highlanders in the News: Week of May 23 »


    This week in Highlanders in the News: Lt. Col. Parker Hahn ’02 takes command; Peace Corps volunteer Anne-Kirk Terry ’21 is headed for The Gambia; and band director Andrew Johnson ’12 returns to an old alma mater.

  2. The Master of Healthcare Administration program was a perfect fit for healthcare communicator »


    Hannah Curtis, M.H.A. ’20, had a thriving career with Carilion Clinic as a media relations specialist and public information officer when she decided she wanted to build on her professional experience with a graduate degree. For Curtis, the Master of Healthcare Administration program at RUC was a natural fit.

  3. Highlanders in the News: Week of May 16 »


    This week in Highlanders in the News: Sports Illustrated examines Highlanders men's basketball guard Joshiah Jeffers' time in the transfer portal; Malina Richardson ’17 and Maya Richardson ‘19 continue their comeback from a 2017 crash; and Army veteran Olivia Nunn ’01 takes a guest spot on a recent podcast.

  4. Pioneering martial arts educator guests on ‘With Good Reason’ »


    Retired Radford University faculty member Jerry Beasley, a ninth-degree black belt in karate and member of the Black Belt Magazine Hall of Fame, recently spoke to the With Good Reason radio program about his more than four decades of teaching self defense and a variety of martial arts at the university and the Asian martial arts minor he helped institute.

  5. Growing as an educator through the Doctor of Health Sciences program at RUC »


    Julia Castleberry, DPT, D.H.Sc., ’21 says the Radford University Carilion Doctor of Health Sciences program offers a self-paced curriculum and 100% online coursework, which helps professionals to work on their terminal degrees in harmony with the other demands in their lives. For her, that included working full-time, raising her sons, caring for a small farm and commuting long distances for work.

  6. Radford University ranked as one of Money Magazine’s Best Colleges 2022 »


    Radford University has been ranked as one of Money Magazine’s Best Colleges in America 2022, coming in at No. 296 out of the 2,400 colleges and universities evaluated nationwide. In addition, Radford was ranked No. 50 on the Best Colleges in the South listing by the publication.

  7. Radford University Board of Visitors to Consider 2022-2023 Tuition and Fees »


    Radford University Board of Visitors will consider tuition and mandatory fee rates for the 2022-2023 academic year at a special called Executive Committee meeting on June 13, 2022 at 1 p.m. in the Mary Ann Jennings Hovis Memorial Board Room in Martin Hall.

  8. Highlanders in the News: Week of May 9 »


    This week in Highlanders in the News: Washington Post writer David Betancourt '22 waxes rhapsodic about Spider-Man and his graduation, and recent graduate Oak Bradshaw is profiled in The Roanoke Times.

  9. Nursing class of 2022, forged in the early days of the pandemic, has “survived and thrived” »


    Nearly 100 nursing students received their pins May 6 as part of the Radford University School of Nursing graduation ceremony. They plan to work in fields as diverse as obstetrics and oncology, neuroscience and neonatal care, and in units that specialize in everything from trauma to labor and delivery.