Customization

Stationery can be personalized with the name of the individual user or department and their contact information. Customization of the U of S logo (beyond a secondary logo), green square graphic element, font and spacing is not permitted.

Official business card

An example of a U of S business card.
The business card design highlights the individual's name on the right, with the appropriate contact information below. Business cards are small, so secondary logos are not allowed in this design to prevent repetitive information in the contact area below, and save some precious real estate.
 

Official letterhead

An example of U of S letterhead.
The letterhead design displays the contact information in an orderly fashion in the top header, maximizing the imprintable area for official university correspondence. The logo in the top-left corner can either be the university's primary logo or a secondary logo.

Paper stock

To align with our university’s commitment to sustainability, the paper used for the stationery is made with 100 per cent recycled material. Letterhead is watermarked for security purposes, thus digital versions of the official letterhead is not recommended for certified documentation. Paper stock substitutions are not permitted for these items.

Ordering stationery

Many components of the University of Saskatchewan stationery are available through an online order. This will ensure that official standards are maintained and will help to minimize administrative costs. Please visit the stationery form to order.

If you have any questions, please call 306-966-2014 or email ict_acq@usask.ca.

Email signatures

The U of S visual identity is equally important in our online communications. U of S students, faculty and staff are welcome to contact us for assistance with creating an email signature that is well-aligned with the U of S visual identity.
An example of an email signature that is well-aligned with the U of S visual identity.
An example of an email signature that is well-aligned with the U of S visual identity.