University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

FAQs about signs

Question: Do we need to have the KSU logo on our county sign? No one from KSU works here?

Answer: Yes, the inclusion of the KSU logo is part of the land-grant mission and Kentucky Cooperative Extension.
 

Question: Our county sign lights up, and will be a blue background with white letters. What logos do we use?

Answer: Same logos can be used and given to the vendor. The vendor will alter the final color.
 

Question: What type files do I send to the vendor?

Answer: download the EPS (vector) files or download the PDF below.

EPS file for the Official College of Agriculture, Food and Environment

EPS file for KSU

EPS file of the College and KSU logo together

specifications.(PDF)
 

Question: What are the PMS??colors for the logos?

Answer: UK logo: Pantone Matching System (PMS) 286 blue ink
KSU logo: PMS 356 green ink, PMS 110 Gold
Type: black ink

 

Question: Can someone check the final design from the vendor?

Answer: Yes, send a proof to Ryan Gugeler at ryan.gugeler@uky.edu
 

Question: I don't understand what we need to do. Can someone help me?

Answer: Yes, Contact:

Ryan Gugeler
Exhibits/Graphics, Room 34
Scovell Hall, Lexington, Kentucky 40546-0064
Phone: (859) 257-7218 or
Email: rgugeler@uky.edu

 

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