Digital Slide Submissions & Digital Signage Policy

Digital Signage

  • Digital Signage pieces are shown for two weeks prior to an event. Slides appear on screen for 12 seconds in a random order and are uploaded as soon as possible based on receipt. As much as possible, our office will accommodate any last minute requests but cannot always guarantee that these requests will be honored. If any issues need to resolved, please contact us at
  • Department, office, or center making the request for digital signage posting.
  • Fill in department if not listed above.
  • Digital signage files are required to be either a .jpeg, png, or gif and NEED to be 1920 x 1080 in dimension (in pixels). These restrictions CANNOT be changed. Please go to to engage in a guided tutorial and download a PowerPoint template for future submissions (please note that PowerPoint slides must be saved as images before they are allowed be submitted). Adobe InDesign files are also available on the Identity Portal for the College (
    Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: jpg, gif, png, jpeg, Max. file size: 2 MB.
    • Please indicate what date you would like the signage to begin. Once it has been posted, signage will remain on display for no more than two weeks (14 days).
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      If the signage requires a specific showing time, please indicate that here. For example, if you would like signage to show during class breaks you would put 9:50 AM or 10:50 AM as the time.

    Is your event on the college calendar? If not, please submit it using this link here

    Click here to engage in a guided tutorial and create your own slide. Also see the College of Humanities Identity Portal to download editable (Adobe InDesign) templates by department.

    To see the current rotation of slides on our digital signage, click here.

    Please note that submission of a digital slide does not guarantee it will be displayed, as slides are subject to internal review by the College. College of Humanities and its departments will be given be given preference over external entities in the event our system is overburdened.