Marketing and Creative Services

The MACS department is here to help you tell your Bryan story. We offer creative services ranging from strategy to copywriting, graphic design to implementation. We'll help you carefully hone your message and reach your audience. Below are some helpful links and documents to begin working together.

General Marketing Request

Graphics, news releases, content strategy, etc.

Email marketing@bryan.edu

Website Update Request

New projects and routine maintenance

Email marketing@bryan.edu

Printing Request

Mail Room Service

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Dr. Adina Scruggs

Director of Marketing & Creative Services
Office: Rankin 230
Phone: 423.775.7121
Email: marketing@bryan.edu

Dr. Adina Scruggs is the leader of MACS. She loves Bryan College, marketing and football. Until Bryan gets a football team, Bryan College and marketing will suffice as her primary passions.

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Cooper Ferguson

Videographer
Office: Rankin 216
Email: cferguson9327@bryan.edu

Cooper Ferguson is our video master. You will find him most of the time behind a lens or at his computer, editing his videographic creations. If you see him filming around campus, just keep walking and don’t look at the camera.

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Curtis Jolley

Associate Director of Marketing and Creative Services
Office: Rankin 227
Phone: 423.775.7139
Email: cjolley5448@bryan.edu

Curtis Jolley is the graphic design guru in Marketing and Creative Services. If you can dream it, he can design it. His skills in the office are only outmatched by his servant attitude and love of punny humor. Outside of the office, he’s a piano wizard, aficionado of The Office, and lives with his wife, Sarah, and their two dogs.

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Annie Whitlock

Social Media Manager
Office: Rankin 218
Phone: 423.775.7041
Email: awhitlock3518@bryan.edu

Annie Whitlock is the voice of Bryan College in the social media world. As social media manager, she captures life at Bryan College and celebrates those moments on social media. She also really loves space heaters, potatoes, and cats.

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