The University graphic marks should originate from one of the approved graphics available online at the University Image Gallery. Do not recreate any graphic mark.
Common mistakes that may occur if a graphic mark is recreated include changing size proportions, stretching type, using an incorrect typeface and using incorrect colors or sizes. All alterations of any graphic mark are prohibited.
Common mistakes that may occur if the graphic mark is recreated include changing size proportions, stretching the type, using an incorrect typeface, and using incorrect colors or sizes. All alterations of the graphic marks are prohibited.
An authorized coordinated program for the production of University business cards and stationery provides faculty and staff with materials used for personal identification and correspondence. All business cards and stationery items are produced through Printing Services, an operation within University Services. Campus units are not allowed to create their own stationery or identification materials apart from those officially provided through Printing Services.
To order stationary materials, please contact Printing Services at 361.825.5679.
Please select a form of stationery to view by clicking the links below:
Print advertising and various collateral materials can vary greatly in overall design, but accurate application of the University's graphic marks will ensure a consistent representation of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
When applied in print advertising, the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi graphic mark should appear prominently on the front or first panel of the designed material. Co-branded marks can also be employed when material is used to identify a specific University unit.
Print advertising and collateral materials should be approved by the Office of Marketing & Communications prior to printing.
See below for examples of three approved name tags. Please have your vendor contact the Office of Marketing & Communications for approved templates.
Vehicle signage should consist of the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi graphic mark or co-branded identity.
On-campus University signage does not require the use of the graphic mark if the co-branded unit is included in the text of the sign. In instances where the University is co-branded with an external organization, business or association the University graphic mark should be the dominant mark on the signage and the co-branded mark is the secondary mark.