Marketing Resources

The Mercy College of Health Sciences Marketing Department has created branded Mercy College resources for faculty, staff, and students to utilize. Downloadable, pre-built Mercy College branded templates, virtual backgrounds, coloring pages, view our brand guidelines and viewbook, request business cards, swag, and more.

Marketing Requests



Business Cards
Mercy College business cards can be ordered via the form button below. Please note: Marketing does not order these. This task is completed through the enrollment department admin.

Order Business Cards
 

Projects
Please use the Marketing Project Request form to request all projects through the Marketing Department. Please note: Requested turn-around time is not guaranteed and priority of projects is determined by several factors.

Request Project
 

SWAG Item(s)
Swag items are typically offered at a quantity of 10 or less on an occasional basis as marketing items are budgeted for enrollment and admissions purposes. If you are seeking a large number of swag items, marketing will assist you with finding swag items to purchase from your department's allocated budget.

Request Swag

Digital Assistance



Employee Web Bio
Submitting your bio info for the website directory is optional for all faculty & staff. Bio pages are updated as project load allows.

Submit Bio

 

Email Signature Directions
View step-by-step directions on how to create your Mercy College branded email signature for gmail. 

View Instructions

Viewbook


The Mercy College Viewbook highlights all that Mercy College has to offer and is a great document to share with individuals to get them acquainted to Mercy College.  

Download Viewbook

Request Info

Next step before transforming into a life-saving hero: complete the form below. Our admissions team will get you all the info you need to know.

Request Info

EMAIL
Admissions: admissions@mchs.edu

PHONE
Admissions: (515) 643-6715
General: (515) 643-3180

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