Media Team Services


At the Center for the Study of Languages and Cultures, we are committed to helping campus language programs thrive. One way we do this is by offering our student media team's graphic design services to Notre Dame language departments.

Faculty and staff of any language department can commission our team to design digital objects, social media posts, brochures, and posters to spread the word about programs and events.


The CSLC Media team can help to promote events, language tables, cultural presentations, courses, and more. Our media team can help with:

  • Web content writing, news articles, and blurbs
  • Digital media design
  • Presentation design and recordings
  • Video recording and editing
  • Voice Overs
  • Scriptwriting and editing
  • Photography
  • Poster design for events and courses
  • Social media sharing and promotion on ND network
  • Digital signage design
  • Image search/creation

Event Support Services

Our support for events includes:

  • Adding event to the CSLC Events calendar
  • Writing news articles about the events
  • Creating digital flyers
  • Posting digital media to CSLC social media
  • Asking for imports to ND web site calendars
  • Digital signage requests to Duncan and other displays across campus

If possible, please submit your request a minimum of three (3) weeks before the event with the following information:

Required information:

  • event name
  • date
  • time
  • location/Zoom link
  • sponsoring departments
  • due date for the graphic design project to be completed
  • contact name
  • description of event – ready-to-use text that includes speaker name, title, topic, target audience, etc.
  • registration/ticket/RSVP information (if any)
  • students/faculty/open to the public?  
  • website link if there is one
  • any specific imagery, photos, or previous designs that you would like used

Submit Request for Services

Sample Event Posters

Portuguese Got Talent

French Cine Club

Introduction To Islamic Culture


Instagram Digital Posters