Volunteer Social Media Toolkit
Volunteers are among Vassar’s most important ambassadors. Thank you for helping to power the class, club, and affiliate activities that keep the Vassar community engaged and connected. Here’s a toolkit designed to help you in your efforts to nurture the Vassar spirit!
Seasonal Cover Photos for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
Everyone likes remembering the beauty of campus. Dress up your pages with a range of seasonal photos. Download the Zip file of seasonal campus images for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Motivate your classmates with Vassar Reunion materials.
Download a Zip file with Reunion Cover Photos and Headers, including the images shown above.
Take advantage of a treasure trove of photos to keep friends connected to Vassar.
Use Vassar Zoom Backgrounds for virtual get-togethers.
The College Flickr Account is a good way to let friends know about all the cool things happening on campus.
Capture their attention with Vassar-official elements.
Make your feeds instantly recognizable with Vassar-branded designs.
See Vassar’s Style Guidelines for more information on usage of the Vassar workmark, color palette, and other graphic design elements.
Communicate Community Standards
As a best practice, we suggest adding a statement that communicates clear expectations for behavior on your page or group. You can point to this statement if someone violates the standards and you must hide their comment or block them from the group for repeated violations.
Here’s Vassar’s statement about community standards on Facebook. Of course, you can adapt the language to suit your particular group or page.
Vassar College created this site as a public forum where ideas can be shared, along with news and other communications about the college. We encourage open discussion about the topics we post but we reserve the right to manage this site and to remove comments, including those that have the following:
- Off-topic comments
- Illegal activities
- Threats of violence
- Pornographic material
- Actual or attempted defamation
- Profanity, harassing, abusive, or hateful comments
- Copyrighted material
Vassar College also reserves the right to block repeat offenders. Users who have concerns about specific conduct can contact Debbie Swartz at email@example.com.
Vassar College is not responsible for the content posted by participants on any of its pages, nor does its existence constitute endorsement of the content.