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Campus Wide Emails

How do I send a campus-wide email?

The procedure for getting your campus announcement distributed is as follows:
Your message will need to be sent to each mailing list address that corresponds to your intended audience.  Announcements going to the undergraduate students will need to be sent to 4 addresses.  Announcements to the entire campus will need to be sent to 6 addresses.  Announcements being sent only to faculty and staff will need to be sent to 2 addresses.
 
The mailing list addresses are:
pc-2015@lists.providence.edu
pc-2016@lists.providence.edu
pc-2017@lists.providence.edu
pc-2018@lists.providence.edu
pc-faculty@lists.providence.edu
pc-staff@lists.providence.edu
 
Note: The pc-faculty/pc-staff classification is a very loose classification; it is not based on any HR information.  The pc-faculty list is composed of those employees that work in academic departments.  The pc-staff list is composed of those employees that work in administrative departments.
 
Please keep in mind that your message will be distributed exactly as it is received by the mailing list.  Do not include any type of instructions to the mailing list moderator(s).
 
Messages will be subject to review by one or more moderators before they are distributed to the list members.  When a message is approved by a moderator, it is immediately distributed to the list members.  This system does not allow for scheduling of a message to be sent in the “future”.  Messages sent to the mailing lists during working hours could experience near real time distribution.  Messages sent to the mailing lists outside of normal working hours should expect delivery delays.
 
This system does not allow for adjustments on who the message is being sent “From:”.  For example, graduate assistants would not be able to ask for a message to be sent “From:” their supervisor.
 
Text formatting is able to be included in campus announcements, and even pictures and attachments (within reasonable limits).

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