The University of Illinois wordmark reinforces the identity of the U of I.
The wordmark was revised in spring 2007 to show the campuses of the University of Illinois in chronological order of when the campus was established or joined the University family.
- The wordmark should be used by University of Illinois central administration units or when an office on a campus is coordinating a project that includes representatives from two or more campuses.
- A style guide for the wordmark (April 2014) is available as a PDF document.
- The "Always Thinking" version, the original wordmark, is no longer used.
- The version with the campuses listed in alphabetical order is no longer used.
If you need a web-quality file of the wordmark, save the wordmark of choice from this page. If you need print-quality files of the wordmark, contact Ginny Hudak-David in University Relations. Comments and questions should also be directed to her (217-333-6400)
The first is a classic presentation of the name of the institution and of each of the campuses.
The second version is the same treatment of the words "University of Illinois" but with the names of each campus in its signature color.
The third version is the same treatment of the words "University of Illinois" but with the names of each campus in blue.
The fourth version is the same treatment of the words "University of Illinois" but without the names of each campus.