Coppin State University Launches “All In” Marketing and Branding Campaign

Coppin State University, the historically Black educational institution in Baltimore, has launched a new marketing and branding campaign. The All ‘IN’ is a movement. It aims to reflect and galvanize the internal campus energy that will ripple to external audiences.

The In campaign will be interwoven throughout academics, student life, athletic events, admissions, and external advertising campaigns. The In campaign is designed to illuminate the extraordinary accomplishments of Coppin State University while deepening pride in the university from students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community partners. The campaign also invites prospective students and friends to learn about Coppin State University’s nationally ranked academic programs, championship athletics, engaging student life, and caring community.

The In campaign seeks to expand the reach, brand exposure, and name recognition of Coppin State University, and will involve targeted organic and social media content as well as traditional advertising; including radio, television, and billboard ads across Baltimore. The first phase of the campaign also featured a campus kick-off and strategically placed printed and digital displays inside of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, which has welcomed more than 22 million passengers in the past year.

“Coppin State University is a dynamic institution, with many opportunities in front of us,” said Coppin State University President Anthony L. Jenkins. “We are a university that continues to reach extraordinary heights, and this brand-building campaign comes at an important time. Right now, we are introducing, and reintroducing people to Coppin State University. I am calling on every member of Eagle Nation to join us in going all in as brand ambassadors, and in helping us imagine Coppin State University for the future.”

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