EVENT PLANNING MARKETING PR OFFICE OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS...

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EVENT PLANNING, MARKETING, & PR
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OFFICE OF STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS & GOVERNANCE Staff Courtney Salters, Director Lori Murphy, Program Coordinator Whitney Ezell, Program Coordinator Clay McCullough, Graduate Student Staff Lauren Marve, Graduate Student Staff Office Locations Courtney, Sarratt 207 Lori, Sarratt 315 Whitney, Sarratt 339 Clay, Sarratt 333 Lauren, Sarratt 333
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Event Planning
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EVENT PLANNING Assumptions: Created organization Established online assets Formed leadership team Guiding questions for events: Does it align with our mission and add value? Who is our target population? Will they attend? What is the purpose? What are the resources available? How will we reach our goal?
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Vision Budget Details Budget Leading up to the Event Execute After the Event
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Vision Mission of your organization Purpose of the event Develop a theme for the event Budget What is your budget? What can you allocate? How many people, realistically, will attend? Create a template for budget Details Name, Date, Time, Location Check for conflicts Book your space | EMS Register your event in Anchor Link Create a timeline Co-sponsorship
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Budget Do the logistics fit into your budget? Do you need to reevaluate? Example budget available Leading up to the event Vendors | Internal Campus Suppliers Assign responsibilities
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