Other Marks

Ohio State University Extension

Ohio State University Extension logo

Ohio State University Extension is the statewide outreach arm of The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES).

This mark must always be used in conjunction with the college tag. The full college name must also appear on printed and electronic pieces. If you have any questions about how to do this, please reach out to the Brand Team for help.

All branding rules for the CFAES logo apply to the Extension mark as well: Make sure there is at least one Block O width of clear space on all sides, and do not add any graphics, words, or art elements to it. 


Extension example

Extension branding example

A - You must use the CFAES tag. It's not mandatory to use it in the top left corner like this, but this is the natural, preferred location for it. You can use the tall version and "hang" it or bleed it off the page as shown in the example above, or you can use the short version and anchor it to the top of the photo. 

B - Since it is no longer included in the wordmark part of the logo, the full college name must appear somewhere on your document. You can use one of the stylized art files we've created (as shown in the example above), or you can spell it out in a brand-approved typeface. It does not have to appear at the top of the page, but this is a natural, sensible location to choose.

C - The Extension mark should be used on all materials that promote Extension-based programming. No other icons or marks are permitted to be created or used as identifiers. 

D - Continue to use the signoff position to identify your county. You're also welcome to identify your county name in the kickoff position (a small line of text above the headline of your piece) or in the actual headline, if it makes sense. This example shows how to use your program name in the headline or subhead area. 


Download Extension Marks

  • Horizontal, vertical, stacked, ®, and embroidery® configurations
  • All available color variations, including CMYK for print and RGB for digital
  • Vector, eps, and png formats

 


OSU Extension-Ohio 4-H Youth Development Combo
 

Ohio State University Extension 4-H Combo

Ohio 4-H is the youth development arm of Ohio State University Extension.

While it's not a requirement to use this combo mark, we've taken the guesswork out of sizing and spacing for you. All colorways and configurations, including versions for merchandise, have been created. This mark must always be used in conjunction with the college tag. The full college name should also appear on printed and electronic pieces. If you have any questions about how to do this, please reach out to the Brand Team for help.

All branding rules for the CFAES logo apply to the Extension-Ohio 4-H combo mark as well: Make sure there is at least one Block O width of clear space on all sides, and do not add any graphics, words, or art elements to it.


Extension/4-H co-brand example

Extension and 4-H combo branding example

A - You must use the CFAES tag. It's not mandatory to use it in the top left corner like this, but this is the natural, preferred location for it. You can use the short version like the one used here, or use the tall version and "hang" it or bleed it off the page. 

B - Since it is no longer included in the wordmark part of the logo, the full college name must appear somewhere on your document. You can use one of the stylized art files we've created (as shown in the example above), or you can spell it out in a brand-approved typeface. It does not have to appear at the top of the page, but this is a natural, sensible location to choose.

C - We've taken all of the sizing and spacing guesswork out of the equation for you with our combo mark files (download them at the link below). You're not required to use them, though. Just remember to leave at least one Block O's width of space between the two, and make sure they're proportional in size. Your eye shouldn't see one as being larger or more prominent than the other.  

D - Continue to use the signoff position to identify your county. You're also welcome to identify your county name in the kickoff position (a small line of text above the headline of your piece) or in the actual headline, if it makes sense. 


Download Extension-Ohio 4-H Combo Marks

  • Horizontal, vertical, stacked, ®, and embroidery® configurations
  • All available color variations, including CMYK for print and RGB for digital
  • Vector, eps, and png formats

 


CFAES Wooster
 

CFAES Wooster

The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) Wooster combines the CFAES Wooster research facilities with Ohio State ATI.

While it's not a requirement to use the CFAES Wooster mark, it's a resource available to use for anyone on the Wooster campus. All colorways and configurations, including versions for merchandise, have been created. This mark must always be used in conjunction with the college tag. 

All branding rules for the CFAES logo apply to the CFAES Wooster mark as well: Make sure there is at least one Block O width of clear space on all sides, and do not add any graphics, words, or art elements to it. 
 

CFAES-Wooster example

CFAES-Wooster branding example

A - You must use the CFAES tag. This is an example of how to use the the tall version and "hang" it or bleed it off the page. 

B - You are not required to use the CFAES Wooster mark but if your program, event, or topic is specific to that location, it's appropriate to use the mark on your digital or print publication. Your logo does not need to appear on the front of your piece (unless it's a one-sided piece, of course). If space is limited, or it makes sense with the design, you can shift the logo to the back. Just remember to leave at least one Block O's width of clear space on all sides of the logo to protect its legibility.


Download CFAES Wooster Marks

  • Horizontal, vertical, stacked, ®, and embroidery® configurations
  • All available color variations, including CMYK for print and RGB for digital
  • Vector, eps, and png formats