Reason. Faith. Service.
Inside CUA - The Catholic University of America Online Newspaper
Notables CUA in the Media Archives Contact Us Home
Click here for printable version
April, 2019

E-mail Signature and CUA Logos Now Available Online

Thanks to publications graphic designer Kristin Reavey and CPIT manager Edward Trudeau, everyone in the CUA community can easily download an official CUA e-mail signature or CUA logo with just a few clicks of the mouse.

E-Mail Signature Online Now
Give your e-mail the polish of a business card with the official CUA e-mail signature, which is exemplified here:

John Jones
Dean
School of Dentistry












"All employees are encouraged to use the university’s e-mail signature,” says Victor Nakas, associate vice president for public affairs. Elaborating on that point, Donna Hobson, director of the CUA Office of Publications, says, “Using a standard sign-off for e-mail can be thought of as similar to having a business card or letterhead. It gives all our correspondence a consistent look.” To download a signature for your e-mail, click here and follow the instructions.

CUA Logos in a Snap
CUA has a number of standard configurations for the university’s logo. Now they’re all online so that offices on campus can send their vendors directly to the CUA Web site for downloadable CUA logos to put on T-shirts, mugs, signs and other promotional materials. “With downloadable electronic logos, vendors and campus offices can simply find the format they need and download,” says Hobson. No more middleman. Find those CUA logos by clicking here. Remember, any merchandise or giveaways bearing the CUA logo need to be pre-approved by the Office of Public Affairs (which you can contact by emailing hobson@cua.edu) if they are intended for an audience external to Catholic University.

New! Online Forms Make Scheduling Easy
At the same Web site, two new online forms can help staff and faculty expedite the designing of new printed materials and the scheduling of the CUA photographer for campus assignments. The design form will assist in establishing design requirements for a job as well as scheduling a meeting with a designer. With the second form, schedule the CUA photographer for campus assignments.

Just click either form, fill it out online and press “Submit.” For both forms, you’ll receive confirmation that your request has been submitted. After you request the creation of new brochures and other printed materials, someone from the Office of Publications will call you within three days to schedule an appointment. For photography services, expect a follow-up e-mail to verify scheduling and requirements of the requested job.

Don’t Forget To Schedule in Advance
As always, allow at least six weeks for design, editing, review and delivery of printed materials.

Too Busy?
Too busy to download an e-mail signature or access those CUA logos? No problem. Just bookmark
http://publicaffairs.cua.edu/PublicationsOffice and come back when you have time.


Back to Top



Last Revised 31-Oct-08 08:49 AM.