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Syracuse University, College of Arts and Sciences

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The A&S Communications team is strategically focused on work that advances the College as a whole. We support the work of individual College departments through guidance, recommendations, self-serve resources, and referrals.

Brand Guidelines and Lockups

Whenever possible, Syracuse University's brand guidelines should be followed. Never create a new logo or acronym; instead, use the appropriate logo or lockup for the department, program, or unit. These lockups have been created specifically for each department.

Note, to ensure colors come out as intended, the CMYK version should be used for all printed materials, and the RGB version for anything appearing on a screen.

The College

Departments

Academic programs

Units

Social Media Resources

Sprout Social has suggested guidelines for images in social media posts for a number of common networks.

Please take note of these size guidelines for images in regards to social media.

If you're looking for a visual cheat sheet on social media sizes, check out this graphic on 2019 Social Media Image Sizes Cheat Sheet.

A&S Social Media Hub: Best Practices and Planning

Photo Services

New faculty and staff should schedule a portrait sitting with SU Photo and Imaging by either emailing suphoto@syr.edu or calling 315.443.3711. The studio is in the basement of the Women's Building. Please bring your SU ID with you. Let them know you are with the College of Arts and Sciences, and have them cc: Mike Cheatham (mmcheath@syr.edu) when they send you your final portrait image.

Accessibility Resources

Some links to which we frequently refer:

Paper Signage

Syracuse University has bulletin boards strategically placed in buildings throughout campus. “General use” bulletin boards are located in designated public spaces and promote campus-wide events, activities and announcements. Bulletin boards in close proximity to academic departments and programs are for use by those units only. Posters and paper signage that are outdated or affixed to doors and walls are subject to removal.