All centers, institutes, core facilities, faculties, initiatives and programs reporting to the Office of Research will find their logos and guidance for consistent implementation of the UGA brand on this page. If you do not see your logo, contact Research Communications.
- The new logo for your unit should replace any logos you have used previously.
- Only official logo files should be used for applications including but not limited to: printed publications (brochures, flyers, forms), websites, PowerPoint presentations, video productions, exhibit materials, posters, banners, etc.
- Logos should never be copied from a website.
- See the UGA Brand Toolkit for detailed guidance on co-branding, typography, colors, graphic elements, photography, digital and print standards.
- Any intended use of the University of Georgia name or logo on merchandise, whether it is to be sold or given away, must be approved. Contact Research Communications for assistance.
Logos are available in:
- Alternative versions (formal, horizontal, extreme horizontal).
- Different formats for print and screen.
- Use any remaining letterhead, envelopes and business cards you may have before reprinting.
- The University of Georgia logo is the only logo used on letterhead.
- Stationery (letterhead, envelopes and business cards) can be ordered from Bulldog Print + Design and Tate Print & Copy center to ensure individuals receive the correct layout and paper stock.
- Promotional items (i.e., pens, mugs, t-shirts, bookmarks, keychains, etc.) bearing a UGA or UGA logo that will be given away must be approved by UGA Marketing and Communications, and must be purchased from an approved vendor.
- Signs, banners, tradeshow displays and other items of a permanent nature also must be approved.
Contact Research Communications for assistance in submitting a request to UGA Marketing and Communications for any item.
Contact Research Communications for assistance in selecting the appropriate format/configuration of logos, or in developing an event identity.
- Templates are being developed for commonly used communications materials, like PowerPoints, scientific posters, flyers and brochures. These will be added here as they become available.