ESF’s Visual Identity Office of Communications
The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry has an opportunity, through its graphic identity, to make an important statement about itself, its programs and its history. Our leaf-and-acorn logo is a symbol of the College's excellence and therefore must be used with consideration for all that it represents.
These Visual Identity Standards will help members of the College community use the logo in a manner that helps ensure a strong, cohesive look that will project a positive and professional image to our varied audiences.
These standards took effect in November 2008. Your cooperation in following these standards will help us shape the impressions people have of ESF and everything the College does. Please abide by these standards as you do your part to help ESF continue to pursue its mission.
How to Download Logos for Print, Web and Presentation Use
Faculty and staff may access the library of logo files by logging in through the Public Information Systems Login using your ESF NetID (email/computer login information) and selecting "College Logo Download."
Business Cards and Letterhead
New business cards with the leaf-and-acorn logo are available for online order by faculty, staff, and their departments. Letterhead requests must be directed to Wendy P. Osborne (315-470-6649) in the Office of Communications; letterhead requests can not be made electronically at this time.
Please keep in mind that the College is committed to maintaining a consistent design and quality in its business cards and stationery, and that these items must be ordered through the Office of Communications. Production of these items on department printers or the use of other vendors for printing will not be allowed.
You may order business cards by logging into Public Information Systems Login using your ESF NetID (email/computer login information) and selecting "Order Business Cards."
Please contact Wendy Osborne in the Office of Communications if you have any questions or changes in your order.