Templates and Downloads

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The Office for University Relations offers several templates for units to utilize. These templates can save time and help to ensure a consistent look and feel for the U of I System brand. Contact the office for any assistance or questions you may have.

 
For wordmark downloads visit Wordmark and Logos.

Presentation template

Download the official System PowerPoint template.

System letterhead/stationery

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Download a Microsoft Word digital letterhead template to customize for your unit. Office address can be included in the footer (Black, Four Color) or in the header (Blue) or both, as best fits your office needs. If you have any issues with the templates, please contact us.

Three versions are now available for use: Black    Blue Four Color

For printed letterhead, envelopes, business cards, etc. please contact your home campus printing resource.

Email signature

Following professional standards for email signatures helps the U of I System present a consistent, on-brand message while providing relevant information to help others communicate with us. Experts recommend keeping the external email signature as simple as possible.  Recommended font is Calibri or Arial, 10 or 11 point, black.

Do include: name, title, department/unit, University of Illinois System, street address, email address, phone number (s), fax (if needed), webite url link, social media accounts, FOIA disclaimer

Don't include: Colored or stylized backgrounds, images, multiple fonts and colors of text, slogans or taglines

You may copy this sample into your email client and customize:

Gretchen Yordy 
Visiting Assistant Director, Marketing
Office for University Relations
University of Illinois System
108 HAB, Urbana, IL 61801
gyordy@uillinois.edu
217.244.3016
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Under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), any written communication to or from University of Illinois employees regarding U of I business is a public record and may be subject to public disclosure.