For Campus Communicators
The following are being made available as virtual resources for campus communicators. If you have specific needs not addressed in our toolboxes, or have any questions, feel free to contact us.
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Editorial Style Guide
This style guide had been compiled to help achieve a consistent image across the variety of written communication materials that represent UCI.
Everything that you've ever wanted to know about writing, speaking and communicating about the University of California, Irvine.
The Emergency Preparedness page has been developed by Strategic Communications as a resource for the campus community.
Meet the Media
Tips for raising your comfort level in working with the media with these tips in responding to media inquiries and honing your interviewing tactics.
Here are some guidelines for working with University Advancement and Strategic Communications in promoting a UCI gift announcement. (PDF)
Download media relations templates for press releases, media advisories and news briefs.
Social media resources for the UC Irvine community, including directory, guidelines, tips and hashtags.
A clear, cohesive and consistent visual identity is a significant component to building UC Irvine’s name and brand to our audiences.
Access the official suite of InDesign, Word and PowerPoint templates for ads, newsletter, postcards and other materials.
For original PowerPoint file, please contact email@example.com.
The official blue and gold and secondary color palette were specifically created to represent UC Irvine's brand and identity.
UC Irvine Seal
The UC Irvine seal is the visual symbol of the university, and the most formal expression of identity of the university.
Many variations of Anteater graphics — ranging from fun to fierce — have been developed over UC Irvine’s history.
UC Graphic Identity
Comprehensive guidelines and policies covering the use of the University of California's trademarks are available through UCOP.
The video resources vault includes b-roll footage, release forms, and best practices for shooting and editing video.