Stationery Guidelines

Stationery Guidelines

Business Papers

Because business papers (stationery, business cards, forms and the like) are the most widely used communication tool to carry the institutional name and mark, it is important that there be one design for all official University letterhead, envelopes, business cards, billing forms, paychecks, parking tickets, etc.

Every academic and administrative unit of Campbellsville University will use the approved options of the Campbellsville University stationery and business cards as shown on p.16. All letterhead stationery will be ordered through the Purchasing Department in the Office of Business Services. Contact the Director of Purchasing Services at (270) 789-5109. Typesetting will be provided by a vendor secured by the Purchasing Department in the Office of Business Services.

Special logos, themes or slogans may not be used on official letterhead stationery except in the case of a University-wide capital campaign approved by the Board of Trustees.

Use of letterhead stationery is restricted to official University correspondence.

The official address of Campbellsville University, according to the United States Postal Service, is:
School/Department Name, 1 University Drive, Campbellsville University, UPO Box, Campbellsville, KY 42718-2190.

The business papers design depicted here is the official, preferred version. With prior approval from the Director of Purchasing Services, an alternate version without the maroon banner is allowable in certain cases. Submit justification in writing to the Office of University Communications, (270) 789-5213. You must obtain approval before printing.

Stationery Guidelines

Letterhead

All letterhead will measure 8.5” wide x 11” tall or 5.5” wide x 8.5” tall.

Letterhead features a maroon swath that bleeds off the top margin. The official University logo is situated beneath it at the right margin with the address, telephone numbers and University URL on a single line beneath the logo. The name of the office, school, college, division or department appears next as one or two lines flush right.

Titles are not printed on letterhead. Rather, titles (chair, director, coordinator, coach, professor, etc.) appear in the signature block.
The letterhead design depicted on p. 16 is the official, preferred version. With prior approval from the Office of University Communications, an alternate version with- out the maroon banner is allowable in certain cases. Submit justification in writing to the Office of University Communications, UPO 787. You must obtain approval before printing.

Envelopes

Envelopes will be printed in black and maroon on size number 10. Other envelope sizes are available for invitations and Business Reply Envelopes. All business envelope orders will be placed through department heads and the administrative council.

Business Cards

Business cards should be used as a point of contact only, and care should be taken to include only essential information on them. Use of business cards is restricted to administrative council, department heads and staff officers who have regular contact with external agencies. Area vice presidents, department heads or their designate may authorize printing and use of business cards. All business cards will be ordered through department heads and the administrative council.

There is only one approved design for Campbellsville University business cards. A maroon swath bleeds off the top left corner. The Campbellsville University logo appears at the right margin with the name and title printed flush right beneath it. The physical address is aligned right beneath the title. Telephone and fax numbers are opposite at the left margin with the last line aligned with the last line of the address. The e-mail address and University URL are centered at the bottom margin of the card. All Campbellsville University business cards are ordered through the Office of Business Services. Contact the Director of Purchasing Services at (270) 789-5109.
DO NOT alter logo usage or placement of items in any fashion on business papers except with written permission from the Office of University Communications.