Office of University Communications

The Office of University Communications serves as the University’s marketing and information office for members of the media, the campus and the community.

We produce human-interest stories on various print and electronic platforms and maintain the University’s brand and logos through internal and external marketing campaigns.

We provide photography and videography of University events and people. University Communications is located in the Hertzog Building on Wiggins Road, south of the University Library.

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Arranging Media Events

The UTEP Public Information Office can assist media personnel with interview requests to speak with University administrators, faculty expert sources, or students; or to arrange campus visits for photography / videography shoots. Call or email one of our media contacts with your name, outlet, deadline, and story idea or request to start an inquiry.

Media Contacts:
Veronique Masterson
Public Information Officer
Phone: 915.747.5526

Elizabeth Ashby
Public Affairs Specialist
Phone: 915.747.5526

Using the UTEP & Centennial Logos

The words “The University of Texas at El Paso,” “UTEP,” “Miners” and the official UTEP seal, UTEP pickaxe logo and Miner logo are the property of The University of Texas at El Paso and are protected trademarks.

As trademarked property of the University, their use is limited to University employees, offices, departments, and organizations for official purposes only.

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Identity Guide

The UTEP Graphic Identity Guide is now available online to download.

The publication sets guidelines for the use of the University's logos, name, colors, seals and other brand elements.

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UTEP Magazine

Our graphic artists design and lay out an award-winning, 80-page alumni magazine three times a year with a circulation near 80,000.

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UTEP Headlines

UTEP Headlines delivers the latest campus news and event information hosted by Veronique Masterson.

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