Email is an important channel to communicate with our audiences, however, it can easily be overused. Moody College uses two email systems to communicate with key audiences.
Internal Group Email: The university uses a system called EMMA for important, university-sanctioned messages to specific groups in the university community. The system is not intended for casual correspondence and should be used only when the email content impacts a significant percentage of recipients.
Find more information, authorization and guidelines for using this system, contact Kathleen Mabley.
External Email System: The university uses a system called Eloqua to communicate with alumni and friends of the college. This system is connected to the VIP database and should be used only when the email content impacts a significant percentage of recipients.
Electronic newsletters provide an opportunity to share more detailed messages or stories in one channel. Moody College of Communication has two primary newsletters.
The Moody Messenger is an internal newsletter sent to faculty and staff every two weeks during the long semesters and provides a message from the dean, highlights of faculty and staff achievements and information about current stories and upcoming events. Please share your news or information you would like distributed in the Moody Messenger.
Messages from Moody is sent monthly during the academic year to alumni and friends of Moody College and includes recent announcements, news, stories and upcoming events of interest to this audience.