Grenfell Campus logos
Logos and Brand Resources
The Memorial University Grenfell Campus logo is a registered trademark and may not be modified in any way without written permission from the Division of Marketing & Communications. Guidelines for using the logo are available in the brand standards manual. Colours, proportions and fonts may not be modified.
For questions relating to the brand, corporate fonts, and alternate logo formats (for use on promotional materials) please consult with Grenfell Campus's director of marketing and communications, Laura Edwards.
Refer to the instructions below to download and use logos for the following purposes:
- Offset or other high resolution printing
- PowerPoint presentation
- Web or other electronic use
- Microsoft Word
Logos for use on print materials
Use this logo when printing on a white or light background. This zip file has the standard logo as CMYK EPS, pantone EPS and CMYK TIFF files.
Use this logo when printing on a dark background or a single, solid colour. The word "university" appears in white in these logos so the logo will stand out against a dark or solid colour background. This zip has the transparent logo as a CMYK EPS and a pantone EPS.
Use this logo when printing in black and white. This zip has the black only logo as an EPS, JPG and TIFF file.
White / reversed logo:
This logo white and transparent. Use this logo to drop out of solid, dark background. This zip has the white / reversed logo as an EPS file.
Logos for use in Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
This zip file contains three logos as PNG files. Use the "standard logo" on slides with a white or light-coloured background, use the "transparent logo" on slides with dark or solid colour backgrounds, and use the "white" logo to drop out of a solid colour background.
Logos for use on websites
This zip file contains "standard," "transparent" and "white" logos, as PNG files, sized to both 150px wide and 250px wide.
Logos for use in Microsoft Word documents
This zip file contains 4 WMF files: standard, transparent, black only and white / reversed. Use the "standard" logo on white or light coloured backgrounds, the "transparent" logo on balck or dar backgrounds, and the "black only" logo for documents intended to be in black and white. Reserve the use of the "reverse / white" and logo for times when you have to drop out of background.