The University is celebrating its fiftieth annivesary from May 19, 2008, through June 30, 2009. Please follow the simple rules below when applying this artwork, or contact University Advancement (information on the last page) for further clarification. No other versions or variations of this artwork are allowed. Do not alter the type, colors, or elements of these designs. You MAY use the logo as a single color, i.e.; all black, where budget limitations demand. All logos are available from the Graphic Standards home page.
The horizontal logo is designed as a substitute for all communications currently using the Word Mark during the one-year anniversary period.
This version is the preferred for most applications, including brochure covers, flyers, etc.
The vertical logo is designed as a graphic for spaces that require this shape, such as vertical pole banners, book spines, etc.
This version is a second choice for most print and Web communications where the Word Mark is not as easy to read. All logos are available from the Graphic Standards home page.
The 50th logo sans tagline is designed for television graphics and very tiny applications such as lapel pins.