Design and print

The web to print website offers Appalachian State University branded templates and an ordering system for business cards, letterhead, envelopes, note cards, brochures and more. The website is available to all Appalachian students and employees.

How the website works and what is required of each communications liaison:

• Once someone signs into the website they are identified as either a student or an employee of a particular department. The end user’s identity triggers which communication liaison will approve their submitted order form.

• Communications liaison will receive an email notification for an approval request. It contains a link to requester’s job cart and this instructions link of to approve an item.

• Approver can download a proof of the file and share it with their dean or others to review and they can make edits to the file themselves.

• Once communications liaison (level one approver) approves an order, the UComm office (level two approver) is notified of an approval request.

• UComm approves the order, and it is either submitted to Mountaineer Printing for printing or the end user is emailed a link to their digital file for download.

For questions about:
Branding, templates and approving, contact Roslyn Howard at
Printing, pricing and production, contact Charlie Perkins at

University Communications

Promoting the strategic initiatives and special character of Appalachian State University.

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• Communications Planning
• Critical Communications
• Publications and Graphic Design
• Photography, Video and Podcasts
• Mobile Apps
• Audio/Visual Setup
• Media Coverage
• Web Design / Redesign
• Writing and Editing
• Social Media
• Signage
• Event Promotion
• Paid Advertising


Licensing products

Through the licensing program, Appalachian State protects and enhances its reputation by ensuring that only licensed and approved products displaying University trademarks appear before the public. Additionally, the program enables the institution to share in the benefits derived from the commercial use of these trademarks.

For more information, please visit the Office of Trademarks & Licensing.