WSU IDENTITY GUIDELINES
Find the University's brand identity web site here.
The Communications Office manages an extensive portfolio of images portraying the WSU Spokane campus and its people, activities, and events, which we use in support of our work to promote the campus. We maintain a digital photo library that is accessible to WSU Spokane faculty and staff. For instructions on using the photo library, go to the photo library page »
Photo/Video Consent Forms
- WSU Student Photo and Interview Consent Form (pdf) »
- Photo Consent Form - General (pdf) »
- Photo Consent Form - School-Age Minors (pdf) »
To access the photo library:
- You must be logged into the campus network.
- Click on the "Start" button at the bottom left of your computer screen, then select "Run"
- In the box that pops up, type "\\Badboy\images" then click "OK"
As part of your regular duties you may be asked to provide information to elected officials and their staff members. If you are contacted by the office of an elected official, or if you wish to provide information to an office, notify the chancellor's office, who will contact Government Relations.
Before contacting elected officials:
Before contacting state or elected federal officials, read the WSU Guidelines for Lobbying Activity and understand the requirements for reporting contacts. Most face-to-face meetings with legislators and staff constitute public lobbying under state law and must be reported, regardless of who initiates the contact.
Use of state resources
State resources including work email, computer, etc. may not be used to support or oppose election of a person to an office or a position concerning a ballot proposition, or to lobby the state legislature or a state agency head (RCW 42.52.160, RCW 42.52.180, RCW 42.17.190). Such uses are completely prohibited and do not fall under the de minimis rules.