Web logos are for web use only. They can not be used on branded goods or print publications.
Header brand logos
All official web pages should display the university logo in the top left of the page header. The logo used for the header is the university wordmark (single line). The web template will always include the university logo and always link to the university homepage.
Departments and Units
Because official department and unit printed logos may have different shapes and sizes, they aren't always rendered in a consistent way when used in the web header. For that reason, the header logo simply juxtaposes the unit or department name on the right of the university logo (separated with a bar) using the Roboto font. This allows for better consistency across all university webpages. Unit and department names always link back to their own homepage.
As an option-for example, an academic department within a college-the university logo can be paired with two unit names, using two lines. Both units link back to their own homepage. The "child" unit should be displayed on the first line.
Use of visual elements
Visual elements may be published within the page content when appropriate (in a page side column for example). They should be saved as .PNG file with a transparent background. They can also be embedded on a page banner.
These elements may also be published within the local footer (fat footer).
General information pages
University-wide information pages may use the header brand space and be paired with the university logo.