University Communications and Marketing

Falcon Daily E-Newsletter Policy

University Communications and Marketing produces Falcon Daily, an e-newsletter, to inform UWRF employees and subscribers of campus announcements and activities in a concise new read each day (Monday-Thursday). For more information about Falcon Daily or to view the archive, visit the Falcon Daily Overview and Archive page.

Content Submission

University employees are welcome to submit content using the Falcon Daily submission form or email directly to

  • Content includes, but is not limited to, general campus announcements, employment opportunities, campus events including home athletic games, training opportunities, retirement receptions (must be submitted from the employee's department), minor procedural changes, current higher education news links, and condolences.
  • Condolences are limited to immediate employee and student deaths.
  • Meeting notices, with the exception of search and screen open forums and shared governance (Faculty Senate, Academic Staff, and University Staff) meetings, should be posted to the campus Event Calendar and are not published in Falcon Daily.
  • Falcon Daily does not include announcements for personal, political or monetary gain, non-UW-River Falls related announcements, and isolated department announcements (for example: a picnic for only a portion of campus). Excused absences, grant information, graduate exams and retention notices should be posted to the Academic Affairs webpage and are not published in Falcon Daily.
  • In order to keep Falcon Daily a short, new read each morning, announcements are run once and then may be run one more time as a reminder. An event blurb will run once under "Upcoming Events" and a final time on the day of the event under "Don't Forget."

Content Deadline

Content submissions should be received at least one working day prior to the requested posting date and no more than two weeks prior to an event.

Photo Submission

Submitted photos will be credited to the photographer unless the person requests to not be credited. If no credit is given upon submission, the photo will be credited as "submitted photo." Submitted photos must include complete cutline information including who, what, when, where and a link for more information. If the photo shows five or fewer people, each must be identified with name, title, and hometown (if a student).

Editorial Rights

University Communications and Marketing reserves the right to deny submissions that do not align with the communication goals established for Falcon Daily, including inclusivity guidelines.

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