IMC’s University Editor and Director of Publications, John Walsh, is responsible for producing several important print pieces for the University. Most notably, John is the editor of the highly regarded John Carroll magazine, which is the institution’s flagship publication.

John Carroll magazine
The print version of our alumni magazine is complemented by this online companion. Without the limitations of paper and printing costs, John Carroll magazine online offers more stories and content than the print version.

Annual Report
This document chronicles our activities and financial information for the past year. To learn more about John Carroll’s economic impact, giving highlights, leadership, and how the institution makes a difference, visit the Annual Report now.

Faculty Notes
Working with the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President, the goal of this publication is to showcase faculty engagement and initiatives. To learn more about our faculty and their teaching, research, and service, visit Faculty Notes now.

Additional University publications produced by other members of the Integrated Marketing and Communications team include:

Magis
Newsletter

The Magis Legacy Society recognizes and stewards our generous donors who have made provisions for the University in their wills or estates, e.g., through a charitable gift annuity, trust document, life insurance, retirement plan, or will bequest, among others. Each issue of theĀ Magis newsletter features John Carroll donors and what inspired their gifts to the University, profiles long-serving faculty members, highlights a building on campus, and informs readers about planned giving opportunities. To learn more, visit Magis now.

Carroll Connection
Created in concert with Government and Community Relations, this semi-annual newsletter helps inform our neighbors in University Heights, Ohio, and nearby communities about campus events, speakers, and other activities each semester at John Carroll, and how they can get involved. To learn more, visit Carroll Connection.