Use of official University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Colorado State University, and University of Northern Colorado logos and trademarks are restricted according to each university's respective policies. Please visit their respective branding sites linked above for details.
Use of the Colorado School of Public Health wordmark is restricted to school business purposes, including promoting a school or department-sponsored event, faculty or student research poster, or official school publications.
The school wordmark should not be altered in color and you may resize the graphic only if you maintain original proportions.
Higer resolution images are available upon request. Please contact our Director of Communications & Alumni Relations, Tonya Ewers or our Communications & Business Professional in the Dean's office, Brett McPherson.
10th Anniversary Branding
It is a landmark year for the Colorado School of Public Health, as we kick-off a year-long celebration of our 10th anniversary and also the 10th anniversary of the Colorado Public Health Reauthorization Act. This will be a year for looking at what we have done and where we are going. In promoting understanding of what public health is, and enhancing awareness of the Colorado School of Public Health at this milestone, find all the materials you could need to brand your communications for this special occiasion below.
Click here for ColoradoSPH 10th Anniversary Brand Tips and how you can use our anniversary logo in your publications and in storytelling.
Click here to download all ColoradoSPH 10th Anniversary wordmarks: ColoradoSPH_10 year logos_ALL.zip
Stacked Wordmark images:
Electronic Letterhead Templates
Templates provide a consistent, reliable visual identity for the school's internal and external communication. The school's communication staff provides support for school and department letterhead.
Use of school and department letterhead is restricted to official business purposes. Letterhead cannot be used to endorse a political candidate or position, or violate other university marketing, branding or lobbying restrictions.
Employees may download the unit that represents their area or faculty appointment. Do not modify the design, typography style or size. If you have questions about proper and improper use, please contact the school's Director of Communications & Alumni Relations, Tonya Ewers, for assistance.
Faculty and staff can download letterhead and envelope templates on the ColoradoSPH Communications Intranet.
PowerPoint & Poster Templates
Present your research or program using the Colorado School of Public Health PowerPoint and poster templates. Templates can be used for one-time presentations or saved to your system's template folder for reoccuring use.
Download: 10th Anniversary Powerpoint.zip
Download: ColoradoSPH PowerPoint Templates.zip
Download: Poster Presentation Templates.zip
Promote an upcoming school or department event with the email template.
For larger or special events, communications staff can assist you with custom promotional flyers, posters, electronic signage and invitations.
If you have questions about proper and improper use, please contact the school's Director of Communications & Alumni Relations, Tonya Ewers, or our Communications & Social Media Professional in the Dean's office, Brett McPherson, for assistance.
Email templates can be found on the ColoradoSPH Communications Intranet.
Email Signature Models
An email signature is used to identify yourself, your contact information and your affiliation(s). Faculty and staff are encouraged to use a standard Colorado School of Public Health email signature model to promote the school's visual identity and maintain consistency accross units.
Email signatures with linked icons can be found on the ColoradoSPH Communications Intranet.
*Campus names to be inserted in the email signature include: CU Anschutz Medical Campus, Colorado State University, or University of Northern Colorado. If you work for central administration for the school, please do not include a specific campus.
**ColoradoSPH employees are encouraged to use their campus highlight wordmark in signatures
Refrain from using backgrounds and pictures in your official email account. Use simple 10pt or 11pt font, or your email client's default font. Refrain from using quotations or philosophical statements. Official university email accounts should reflect professionalism and be used to conduct school and university business only.
This is the latest style guide for Colorado School of Public Health, specifying colors, fonts and logos approved for use by administrators, faculty, student and alumni organizations.
If you have questions about proper and improper use of anything contained in this guide, contact the school's Director of Communications & Alumni Relations Tonya Ewers, or our Communications & Social Media Professional in the Dean's office, Brett McPherson, for assistance.