The Southern Illinois University Signatures

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Primary Signature

 SIU_horiz_1line_209-k

Usage: Stationery, Stand-alone print/digital, Signature, Merchandising

 SIU_horiz_1line_209-wht

Usage: Stationery, Stand-alone print/digital, Signature, Merchandising

Secondary Signature

 SIU_horiz_2line_209-k.eps

Usage: Stationery, Stand-alone print/digital, Signage

 SIU_horiz_2line_209-wht.eps

Usage: Stand-alone print/digital, Web (highlight version) See Logo Application on Web Pages section, Signage


SIU_vert_209-k.eps

Usage: Stand-alone print/digital, Signage, Merchandising


SIU_vert_209-wht.eps

Usage: Stand-alone print/digital, Signage, Merchandising


The signatures on the left are the preferred primary element of the Southern Illinois University visual identity system and must appear on all official external communications. There are two versions of the SIU logomark (the initials SIU plus the word Carbondale): the shadow inset and the highlight inset. Guidelines for their usage are on the Logomark Page. The logo may not be modified in any way. It is available to all users in multiple formats. Contact University Communications and Marketing at 453-2276.

SIU Carbondale signature should be place on the front of all print materials. If placement on the front is not possible, the logo can be placed on the back cover; however, the front cover must be clearly and prominently marked with text that reads SIU Carbondale or Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

The decision about which layout to use should be based on the space available (horizontal or vertical), except in Web applications, where the two-line wordmark is preferred.

Refer to 2 and 4-Color Reproduction and 1-Color Reproduction pages for logomark coloration options.

what you need to know

ABOUT THE USE OF THE SIU SIGNATURES

Use these versions of the signature for all external applications: official university documents, brochure covers, ads, large campus signage (entrance), Web banners (highlight inset version), universitywide stationery.