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Departmental Logos

Departmental logos are available in a variety of versions in both horizontal and vertical configurations. These files are packaged in a single .zip file linked below.

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File Formats:

.EPS Files

Vector-based artwork with a transparent background recommended for all high-quality reproduction. This is the master file format that all the other file types are created from. EPS files can be “placed” or “imported” into page layout applications, including InDesign® and QuarkXPress.® They can be enlarged without any loss of quality or resolution and work best for offset printing, silk-screening, and specialty item printing.

.JPG Files

72 dpi (dots per inch) pixel based artwork, also known as a raster image, made up from tightly packed pixels—each pixel consisting of a solid color. JPG files have an opaque background and are suitable for low-resolution web or on-screen usage only. These files can be “placed” or “imported” into Microsoft® Office applications such as Word, PowerPoint,® Excel,® etc. These files cannot be enlarged without some quality degradation and work best for web design, on-screen viewing, and home/office printing.

.GIF Files

72 dpi pixel based artwork with a transparent background. GIF files are suitable for low-resolution web or on-screen usage only and can be “placed” or “imported” into Microsoft® Office applications such as Word, PowerPoint,® Excel,® etc. These files cannot be enlarged without significant quality degradation and work best for web design, on-screen viewing, and home/office printing.