Media Relations

Reporters Start Here!

Before coming to campus, please review these Media Access Policies.

From helping reporters and editors meet a looming deadline to assisting with in-depth news features, Manchester University Media Relations and Communications have all of the connections. We can link you with faculty experts, students and others in the know. Need to know some background information? We can save you precious minutes and hours.

We're serious about connecting you with the strongest sources for your stories and helping you collect the best photos. We can help you navigate our private campuses, ensuring you make the most of your valuable time with us.

Photos? No problem! In most cases, we can arrange easy access for your photographers and provide high-quality, high-resolution photos from University resources.

Because of COVID-19, all visitors must be approved before coming to campus. Masks and social distancing are required inside all buildings.

Contact us

Anne Gregory
Communications and Media Relations Director
aggregory@manchester.edu
260-982-5285 (Text or call 260-417-5061 in an emergency after business hours.)

Dillon Bender

Sports Information Director Spartan Athletics
260-982-5035
DJBender@manchester.edu

Students, faculty and staff start here!

 

Do you need help with a press release for your event? Have you tried to submit an item for the Campus Calendar, and it's just not working? Would you like training for yourself or someone to speak to your class about how to prepare for an interview? Contact Anne Gregory.

For student stories, student profiles and the Merit newsroom, visit https://manchester.meritpages.com/. Manchester uses Merit to create and distribute hometown news about student achievements.

We ask those who write for University publications, the website and other nonacademic material to follow The Manchester Style. Although the guide is not comprehensive, it does include terms and names unique to Manchester. It also addresses punctuation and Athletics guidelines. With intentional use, these guideline help tell the Manchester story in a consistent way.