Graphic Designer

Position Summary:  

The Student Designer is responsible for the design and creation of advertisements and publications for Student Affairs clients. As such, this position plays an important role in the branding and overall image of multiple departments within the Division of Student Affairs.  

Primary Tasks: 

  • Create designs in various formats for events, programs, and campus-wide initiatives. These designs include, but are not limited to flyers, signs, banners, and web graphics. 
  • Participate in ideation sessions when developing new designs or marketing campaigns. 
  • Consult and work with clients directly. 
  • Work with project managers to ensure efficient completion of work for clients. 
  • Complete other duties as assigned. 

 Training and Supervision Received:  

All Harvey Media Center student employees are required to attend a comprehensive training at the beginning of the semester and any Harvey Media Center meetings thereafter. The Student Designer reports to the Associate Director of Marketing, Communications and Media Technology. All student assistants work collaboratively with all members of Student Affairs. 

 Required Knowledge and Skills:  

  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, including Adobe Photoshop, In-Design, and Illustrator.  
  • Experience creating print and web graphics, flyers, and other promotional materials.  
  • Efficiently create media to university and Division of Student Affairs standards. 
  • Comfortable working with deadlines.  
  • Maintain clear organization of files and work area.  
  • Must have good communication skills and ability to project professional image.  


Student Designers will work a flexible schedule tailored to the needs of the University Center staff and the availability of the student. Ten hours per week (maximum of 15 hours) are suggested, between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.


To apply, email your resume and samples or portfolio to Nancy Nigh at