Style Guides and Graphic Downloads
The Office of Marketing Communications works to maintain a clear, consistent visual identity by offering consultation on appropriate uses of the official George Fox logos, graphics, and typefaces. Logo, seal, and athletic mark usage in publications for external audiences must be approved by the Office of Marketing Communications. Internal promotional pieces do not need approval but should not include the university logo. Please contact Darryl Brown, art director, (ext. 2123) if you have questions about graphics and logo use.
LogoView visual style guide for approved logo use, or download logo files.
Editorial Style Guide
A style guide is simply a list of choices made in order to achieve consistency and clarity in an institution's publications. It notes specific rules and usage to be followed in university written communications. In George Fox University's Editorial Style Guide, entries are based on The Associated Press Stylebook (the primary style source), Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (10th Edition), and The Chicago Manual of Style (14th Edition).
Any George Fox University publication intended for an external audience must be reviewed and approved by the communications office for accuracy, editorial style and graphic representation. Please submit your publication with a Publications Approval Form; the turnaround time is two days or less.
Visual Style Guide
The visual style guide has been created to allow the university to send a consistent and positive brand message through brochures, letters, posters, and other publications. Working together, we can accurately portray George Fox University as an institution that offers a high-quality Christ-centered education to its students.