The Gallatin logo is the central visual element in our School's identity. This page is meant for internal community usage and for those with the expressed consent of the Gallatin Communications Office. The University has also created a full identity website with creative briefs, design, language, and style guides. To answer questions about logo usage and to get approvals for any new designs that use the Gallatin logo, please email email@example.com.
The Gallatin Logos
There are two forms of the logo. Both include the institutional mark (torch in the box) with the NYU type aligned with the school name, separated by a thin rule.
The first version, or short logo, uses the short-hand name most commonly referred to by students, faculty, and staff when referencing the school.
The second version, or formal long logo, includes the full name of school and is best used in instances when additional descriptive information will add value to the commmunications. The second version also comes stacked (not shown below) which is mostly used in tighter spaces, such as the mailing panel.
You can find more examples of recent Gallatin print pieces here.
To maintain a clear visual identity, please follow below guidelines when using the Gallatin logo. Do not change or alter the logo in any way. The size and placement of the logo should be used in a professional manner; the logo should not be the most dominant image on the page. Use top/bottom, left/right positioning to create hierarchy or organizational structure. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do not use the logo over a busy background image.
Do not use the color or black logo on dark backgrounds where there isn't enough contrast to stand out.
Official materials such as business cards and letterhead can be purchased through NYU iBuy. For Word versions of letterhead and other questions, please send requests to email@example.com.