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Digital Signs

The Office of Communications and Marketing oversees content displayed on television monitors located in several buildings and offices around campus.

Locations currently include:

  • Baker Hall
  • Bonin Hall
  • Bourgeois Hall
  • Buchanan Hall
  • Burke-Hawthorne Hall
  • Coronna Hall
  • Dupre Library
  • F.G. Mouton Hall
  • Griffin Hall
  • Huger Hall
  • Judice-Rickles Hall
  • Martin Hall
  • Moody Hall
  • Stephens Hall
  • Office of Transportation Services
  • Office of Research
  • Office of the Registrar

The digital monitors promote University-related events or messages. Each graphic is shown for 7-10 seconds at a time.

If you have a message you would like displayed, contact us for a consultation or upload your file below. Be sure to read the graphic requirements and contact us at 337-482-6393 if you have any questions.

Graphic Requirements:

File Type:

The graphic file must be a JPG or PNG file.


The graphic should be sized at 1280 pixels wide by 1024 pixels tall.


The resolution of the graphic should be 72 ppi (pixels per inch.)


  • The content must be University-related.
  • Keep text to a minimum, but make sure to include the who, what, where, when, and briefly answer why.
  • The text should be easy and quick to read in seven to ten seconds.
  • Information for the program or event that is being promoted should be included on a University website. Additionally, the graphic should list that website for more information.
  • Review your content for typos, missing punctuation or misspellings. 
  • View a style guide that includes proper date and time formats, abbreviations, and acronyms.


  • A simple design is best. It should be quickly understood.
  • Images placed within the graphic should be of a good resolution. Pixelated images will appear pixelated on the digital signs.


  • If you include the University's name in your graphic, refer to it as the "University of Louisiana at Lafayette" or "UL Lafayette."
  • If you use the University's logo, make sure it is the proper one.
  • Allow for space around the logo.
  • Logos must not be distorted in any way.
  • View more information regarding the University's branding and logos.


  • Graphics are reviewed for the above requirements upon submission.
  • You may be asked to make edits to your graphic and resubmit.
  • Allow three days for the review process.

Send your image files to