Branding and Templates

The way that we present Student Affairs through visual, digital and written communications helps strengthen our connection to each other in the division and to the greater brand of UNC-Chapel Hill. Branding is an important tool and a best practice used by our peers across campus to ensure that a consistent tone, look and feel are conveyed. While we continue to add new branding assets to this page, please continue to reference the University Branding and Identity Guidelines.

Student Affairs Division Logos

We are sharing the Student Affairs division logos and request that you share how you are using them by contacting us first. Student Affairs departments and units may have your own logos and identity packages. If you need help finding your specific departmental brand elements, contact Sara Stahlman at [email protected].

Student Affairs Powerpoint Template

A branded template for PowerPoint presentations has been created for Student Affairs with 24 slide options, including two title pages – one in navy and one in Carolina blue. You may add your own logo or otherwise customize these templates for your PowerPoint presentations, but we request that you have the Student Affairs logo on the opening and closing slides.

For more information or assistance, contact [email protected].

Email Signature Templates

Below are approved Student Affairs email signature templates. Please do not incorporate any additional personalization into your email signature. Outlook provides instructions for how to create a signature in your email.


First Last Name (pronouns)
Working Title
Department Name
Student Affairs, UNC-Chapel Hill
000 Building Name | 000 Street Address | CB #0000 | City, NC ZIP Code
p: 000.000.0000 | m: 000.000.0000 | f: 000.000.0000 | Instagram



First Last Name (pronouns)
Working Title
Department Name
Student Affairs
P office # M mobile # E [email address]


  • Not all parts of the signatures above may apply to you, such as department name, building name, or mobile or fax number. Inclusion of pronouns is optional.
  • The website and social media of your specific department may be substituted for the general Student Affairs links.
  • The approved font for signatures is Arial, with the font size 1 or 2 point sizes below what you usually use for your email body.  For example, if your email body font size is 11 pt., use 9 or 10 pt. for your signature.

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