Marks and Signature Downloads
These marks and signatures are intended for use in print publications. For marks and signatures to use in electronic publications, see New Media.
The registered trademarks shown here are owned by the Trustees of Indiana University and may be used on all official Indiana University materials and communications. The IU seal is reserved for specific ceremonial and executive-level applications, so is not available for download here. For more information about use of the seal, contact iucomm [at] iu [dot] edu (IU Communications).
Permission to use the university's marks along with those of other organizations may be given only by IU Purchasing and/or the IU Office of Licensing and Trademarks. Indiana University's guidelines are available at: http://policies.iu.edu/policies/categories/administration-operations/public-affairs-government-relations/sponsorships-and-memberships.shtml.
The block IU is Indiana University's official mark and can be used alone in some cases. A signature is any combination of the block IU and official Indiana University typography. Individual campus signatures and a university-wide signature are available below.
If you are using advanced graphics software (e.g., Illustrator) or desktop publishing programs (e.g., QuarkXPress, InDesign), use the EPS format. These images are vector-based, which means they can be sized up or down with no loss of resolution. If you do not have Illustrator, Freehand, Photoshop, or another graphics editing program, you will not be able to open these files, but you can place them into a desktop publishing file.
TIF images are supported in Mac, Windows, and Unix. TIF files are best for photographs or other continuous-tone images, but less useful for these graphic images.
These marks are offered for download as packaged ZIP files. Each file includes the mark in horizontal and vertical orientations and different color versions in both EPS and TIF formats. These files use CMYK and Pantone colors, so should not be used for electronic publishing. For electronic publishing guidelines, see Marks and Signatures for electronic publishing.
If your unit has already had their signatures created, you can download them here.