The University of Tennessee has four campuses, two statewide institutes, a presence in all 95 counties, and an essential role deep in the fabric of our state.
A consistent, unified brand image is vital in raising the profile of the University of Tennessee’s statewide mission. This Graphic Identity Standards Guide has been created to provide direction in implementing a consistent visual representation throughout all university entities. The goal is to achieve a set of graphic elements that clearly identify each campus and institute as a part of the UT family, which strengthens our visibility, our presence and our message with all constituents. Read more
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The UT System Graphic Identity Standards Guide provides direction in implementing a consistent graphic representation throughout all University entities. It covers all commonly used graphical representations of UT found in University communications and applies to everyone involved in the production of these communications.
The needs of each entity within UT are unique and these standards are intended to create visual messages that are cohesive and in keeping with the University's overall identity, while allowing for a measure of individual distinction as appropriate.
A consistent, unified brand image is vital in maximizing the statewide mission of The University of Tennessee. The UT System Graphic Identity Standards Guide has been created to implement a consistent graphic representation throughout all University entities.
The goal is to achieve a graphic image that clearly identifies all entities as a part of the UT family, which strengthens our visibility, our presence and our message with all constituents.
Everyone involved in the production of University communications is a guardian of the University of Tennessee image. Observing the UT System Graphic Identity Standards Guide strengthens both the singular UT identity and the various messages coming from the University.
A Graphic Standards Committee made up of representatives from all campuses and institutes has responsibility to review and monitor all graphics applications. This group also has authority to review appeals and grant variances when circumstances warrant. This committee consists of the following members:
Contact Mike Hardin with committee-related questions: 865-974-1790 or email@example.com.