UT Health San Antonio brand and style guidelines

In conjunction with the Health Science Center’s transition to using a doing-business-as name – UT Health San Antonio – many aspects of our graphics standards and brand style have changed and are described at our rebrand microsite, uthealthunited.com.  Within this site, you will be able to read about correct name usage for our institution, review the new print and web color palettes and typography (fonts), and preview the layouts for letterhead, business cards and sample email signatures.

Importantly, art files for our new institutional logos are downloadable from this site: uthealthunited.com.  Our new logo has been created as a visual framework through which all parts of our university can be presented with the strength of a unified look and feel. The new logo will soon be customized for our five schools and four clinical practices. Please bookmark and check back with our microsite often, as it will be updated as our new graphics standards evolve.

You can also View the brand guidelines as a pdf.

The transition from our 9-year-old hexagon logo to our new shield logo will be gradual, as it is not our intention to abandon old-logo stationery, supplies, scrubs or white coats. However, as reorders occur, the new graphics standards for UT Health San Antonio will be implemented and soon our university will present to all our external audiences — with singular consistently and cohesion — its leadership and excellence in higher education, biomedical research and health care.

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