University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Marketing Resources

Q&A's about logos

May 23: LOGOS and GUIDES for use on promo items

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please read and apply these guides for usage when marketing the college and extension.
Now that we released the guides and primary graphics, we will begin getting the publication headers and footers approved and posted.
In the near future, we will have zip files with templates available, watch this site or subscribe to our email update.

older announcements


Our college store is using new logos

Contact Lindsey@promoversity.com, customer service at Promoversity. She can work with you on using the new graphics appropriately.


Logos NEW

We Grow...secondary wordmarks:

UK logos:

Remember: No more secondary logos are allowable (UKAg is gone, say goodbye)


Guidelines

College Website Standards

UK Graphic Standards

College Strategic Plan

Using Clipart & Understanding Copyright


Templates (Working on new templates and will add "New" as we finish them)

EEO Statements

Enclosure Slips, Mailing Label

Fact Sheets

Letterhead, Envelopes

Meeting Announcements, Sign-in, Fax

Newsletters

See Promotional for display templates

 

Order

Business Cards, Name Badges, UK Letterhead/envelopes  (PDF)

Ordering Event Lawn Signs  |  optional Powerpoint template 24" x 18"

County Office Outdoor Signs

UK all vendor list  |  Licensee list for promo items  |  pdf

College Store

 

Marketing

 

Clearance Sheet for Ag Comm Services (pdf)

Video Request Form (web form)

UKAG Photo Library  |  Photo Release Form  |  Request permission to use a copyrighted image from the creator

Extension Field Directory

 

Contact

UKAg News Facebook Page UKAg News Twitter account

If you have any questions related to Marketing (logos, templates, orders) or comments about the Marketing website, please contact becky.simmermacher@uky.edu. We welcome feedback on how we can make this site more useful for you. Thank you.

Land-Grant Institution

The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture was founded as, and remains a land-grant institution, offering access to knowledge and learning for citizens and students throughout the Commonwealth. Our research, teaching, and extension programs are part of a national system that maintains a statewide presence and links local, state, and global issues.

Read more about 100 Years of Extension

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