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Just a few of our favorite social media Christmas campaigns

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…everywhere (on campus) you go! We’re feeling especially festive here in TERMINALFOUR HQ, so with this in mind we’ve decided to show you  a few of our favorite holiday social media posts from colleges and universities around the world. So, if your institution’s been a little scrooge-like with the holiday cheer, there’s still time to turn it around and spread some goodwill! And, the good news is, most of these posts don’t require an enormous amount of effort and still receive very high engagement levels. 

Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University certainly knows what their audience is looking for on social media. Their holiday video stars the University’s beloved collie dog mascot, Miss Rev sitting pretty under a Christmas tree. This charming post has already been shared over 2,000 times on facebook and has received almost 7,000 likes. Great job Miss Rev!

The University of Glasgow

The University of Glasgow has launched a fun and festive Christmas countdown on their facebook page, based on the traditional carol ‘The 12 days of Christmas’.  As part of this social media campaign; the university has been sharing festive photos taken around campus using the hashtag #UofG12days. Simple but fun and very effective!

Syracuse University

A festive post doesn’t have to be clever or all that original to be a Christmas miracle; we loved this gorgeous image of a snow covered campus from Syracuse University in New York and evidently so did everyone else! The photo has been liked a very impressive 3,800 times.

If you want to share your university or college’s holiday social media posts email us at marketing [at] terminalfour.com or leave a comment below. 

Tagged: Social media, Christmas, Holidays

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