The strongest, most recognizable identity that university entities can project is that of the university itself. The identity system is flexible and allows for expression and customized visual presentation without the creation of new logos.
In certain instances, such as temporary initiatives, fundraising campaigns, and institutional celebrations, a unique graphic identifier may be created. Graphic identifiers are not logos. They cannot be used to replace an approved logo. Graphic identifiers must follow the color and font guidelines in this document and must be approved by the Office of Communications. For internally focused communications (i.e., communications developed for faculty, staff, students, or alumni), an approved logo does not have to appear on initial view when using a graphic identifier. For all other communications, an approved logo must appear on initial view with the graphic identifier.
Please contact your school or divisional communications office for assistance.