The University of Lincoln Brand
The University of Lincoln’s corporate identity is not just about the correct use of our logo. It is a mix of elements that creates a distinctive look and voice - an instantly recognisable expression of the University and what it stands for.
Every piece of communication adds to our brand in some way, so using these elements in a consistent way builds and enhances the University’s reputation.
A feel of professionalism and gravitas, and our shared values as an innovative, student-centred university, are reflected in all our materials.
Permission to use the University's logo must be obtained, in writing, from the Deputy Director of Communications, Development & Marketing (see below) before use. Failure to do so will be in breach of copyright law.
Materials produced within a marketing/communications context, whether internally or by external agencies, must be signed off by the Deputy Director of Communications Development & Marketing AT LEAST 2 WEEKS IN ADVANCE of production. Please contact the Marketing department for advice and guidance at planning stage.
Further Information & Resources:
Deputy Director of Communications Development & Marketing
Catrin Rodda - firstname.lastname@example.org