Posters, Postcards & Fliers
New England Literature Program
NELP is a University of Michigan academic program that takes place off campus during the Spring half-term. UM faculty and other staff teach the courses, and students earn regular UM credit.
The program takes place at Camp Wohelo on Sebago Lake in Maine. For six and a half weeks, 40 students and 12 staff members live and work together closely, reading New England authors, writing, and exploring the New England countryside, its people, culture, and history.
In addition to formal academic work in literature and writing, staff and students offer non-credit instruction in canoeing, camping, art, and nature studies. Students teach or co-teach classes as part of their NELP experience.
This project involved the re-branding of the program which included the creation of a logo, program brochure, flyer, promotional poster, kiosk ad, print and digital ads, and web banners. Letterhead design and website redesign are currently in progress.
For more information on NELP, see the program website: