Maintaining Brand Identity
Specific resources — graphics standards manual, style and brand guides, and several publication templates — are available below.
The consistent use of logos and colors (graphic standards) and editorial messaging/style (University style) throughout all materials Seton Hall produces reinforces the ideals that Seton Hall stands for: academic excellence, Catholic mission and community.
A Message from President Joseph E. Nyre
University President Joseph E. Nyre, Ph.D., outlines the importance of maintaining Seton Hall's brand identity. View President Nyre's message »
Use the University Graphic Standards manual to learn how University logos, symbols and colors must be properly incorporated into all communications. View the Graphic Standards Manual »
Use the University Style Guide to learn how to maintain proper style in publications that will be shared with the public. It details how to refer to buildings on campus, list alumni, donors and professors, and reviews common grammatic challenges. View the University Style Guide »
Campus communicators can turn to the Brand Guide to learn more about University messaging and visuals as well as its tagline.
Below are two Seton Hall University-approved PowerPoint templates already developed for your use. If you have questions about these templates or need specific templates for a school or college, please email email@example.com.
A general PowerPoint presentation about Seton Hall has also been developed, and it can be used to educate general audiences about the University’s history and its successes.
The Department of Public Relations and Marketing recently updated Seton Hall's stationery system in order to provide greater consistency among all University communications and to align it with the University's new "What great minds can do" branding campaign. Reinforcing consistency in visual appearance and messaging in this way is considered a best practice in branding.
For information about ordering stationery, contact Procurement.