Logos, Templates, and Tools
The Office of Marketing and Communication manages logos, templates, and tools to help you create branded materials. Please contact Alicia Post Lindstadt at 860.768.4379 to request any of the following:
- University stacked logo
- University linear logo
- School and college logos
- H heritage mark
- Powerpoint templates
- Adobe Creative Suite templates
The University of Hartford and “UHart” name, logo and trademarks, wordmarks, slogans, and other identifying symbols are the property of University of Hartford and are protected by statutory and common-law. Any unauthorized use of these or misleadingly similar names or marks, by any entity or individual without express written consent of University of Hartford will be deemed a violation of the University’s proprietary rights, and the University will take any and all steps necessary to protect such rights. Commercial use and reproduction without express written permission is strictly prohibited. This includes use by nonbusiness groups or individuals, employees, charities, and other organizations. The use of any University of Hartford name, logo, or trademark on any product or in connection with a manufacturer, wholesaler, screen printer, in-store producer, or any other supplier must be managed under a written agreement; other commercial use and reproduction without express written permission is strictly prohibited.
The name “University of Hartford” and the “AD HUMANITATEM” logo are registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. University of Hartford holds exclusive ownership rights regarding the use of all University logos, names, and trademarks. Only the official, approved versions of the logo are appropriate for use.
Those logos and trademarks must be used according to the University’s approved graphic standards. They must not be re-keyed, redrawn, reproportioned, added to, or modified in any way. They are official trademarks of the University of Hartford and must be reproduced from original artwork. Only the official, approved versions of the logos and trademarks are appropriate for use. The Office of Marketing and Communication and the Department of Athletics are responsible for establishing and maintaining these graphic standards, as well as formally approving any external use of University trademarks.