Our templates are designed to make it easy for you to follow the college and university brand.
Using the templates shows your affiliation with The Ohio State University; the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES); Ohio State University Extension; and/or the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC).
You may use these templates as they are, or use them as a guide to create your own materials. If you have questions or ideas about the templates, contact CFAES_BAT@osu.edu.
Note: All of our templates have been created using Proxima Nova as the default typeface. Why? Because the Office of the Chief Information Officer has worked with Adobe to provide a site-wide license for faculty and staff for Adobe Creative Cloud and Acrobat Professional for both Windows and Macintosh, which is awesome news because it means that everyone now has access to Proxima Nova! If you do not already have Adobe Creative Cloud installed on your computer, you may request it through the OCIO's Self Service page. Once installed, you can navigate to the Fonts menu, search for Proxima Nova, and then activate the various font families. You can then begin using them in your branded documents. Please note: because this is a cloud service, the fonts do not actually download to your computer. If you use them in a document that is to be printed at a commercial facility like UniPrint, you must create a press-ready pdf and embed the fonts. Contact us with any questions.
Download CFAES 150 templates
Great news! Our templates have been updated to include the CFAES 150 mark and all other appropriate identifiers, making it easy for you to be on brand and still celebrate this momentous occasion. If your project has a start and end date during the Sesquicentennial observation window, you should use one of the CFAES 150 templates. If your project will last for multiple years without being updated, please continue to use the general CFAES 150 templates. All templates are available in InDesign and PowerPoint. Simply log in with your Ohio State credentials and you'll have access to everything. Visit the Sesquicentennial Marks page to access and download all of the files.
How to use our templates
All of our templates have been created using the latest versions of InDesign and Microsoft PowerPoint, and are available for anyone in CFAES with Ohio State credentials to download. If you have any trouble accessing the files or need an older format, please contact CFAES_BAT@osu.edu.
Once you download the template, simply click on the sample text and replace it with your own content. The colored boxes indicate where you should place photos, graphs, charts, etc. If you do not have images to add to the publication, you can simply delete the colored boxes.
While the band + tag treatment is no longer reserved exclusively for Ohio State University Extension and Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, the guidelines around the use of the combination remain: spell out your entity's name in all white capital letters.