The department manages all of the Academy’s publications, direct mail (including email) efforts, public websites, and communications materials such as photography and video. The “Comm Team” is behind Deerfield.edu and The Daily Bulletin, and you’ll often find them behind a camera pointed in your direction. They also manage contact with members of the press and perform a number of community relations functions. In short, Communications serves three core functions:
To submit a project request to the Communications Office, please fill out our request form located on the Bulletin. We’re always happy to help, but due to the number of requests, especially during the school year, we ask that you plan on a minimum of two weeks (ten business days) between submitting a request and receiving a finished product.
Past issues may be read online here: issuu.com/deerfield
Submissions for the magazine can be sent to email@example.com.
First, make sure you have the right combination by checking DAinfo. Then contact Mr. Berman in the Communications Office for help opening your mailbox.
Anyone—students, faculty, and staff—can post to the Daily Bulletin by using the “Post to the Daily Bulletin” form located on the Daily Bulletin. Your post will be reviewed by the Communications Office and then posted. For assistance, please contact the Communications Office at x1860.
Check the calendar to make sure that your event does not conflict with a previously scheduled event/meeting and that the event location space is free. Then, submit your request using the Scheduling Events form. Your event request will be reviewed and added to the calendar.
The Deerfield Post Office is located on Old Main Street, only a few minutes walk from campus. Students can purchase stamps, obtain packaging materials, and send mail via USPS at the post office. All pre-stamped mail can also be left in the appropriate bin in the mailroom in the basement of the Main School Building for delivery to the post office.
Nope. Our friends in IT do that—they are located just across the hall.