Download the Brand Identity Guide (requires a Liberty login) for complete guidelines for the Liberty University visual brand.
All Liberty University employees should use correctly branded signatures in their emails for consistency and professionalism. You must run the signature creator for the most up-to-date format and brand style. Please do not manually adjust your email signature.
The Liberty wordmark visually represents the overall university brand, which should be prominent on all pieces. Two options are provided for the university wordmark: a stacked wordmark and a horizontal wordmark.
New wordmarks have been created for departments within the colleges and schools. Each college, school, or departmental wordmark offers five unique options. Providing a variety of options allows the designer the opportunity to choose a version that will work best within the layout.
Social media branding is an important part of representing the university. Please ensure that any wordmark or graphic used reflects branding guidelines.
The LU monogram is an alternate, less formal mark that may be used on promotional materials and merchandise. However, it may only be used on materials that already clearly reference Liberty by using either the university wordmark or the word "Liberty."
There are a number of fonts/typefaces that the university uses on a consistent basis. These have been selected for their clean academic look and versatility. Departments are encouraged to use these options whenever possible.
The following typefaces are recommended:
PowerPoint presentation templates that incorporate the Liberty brand are available for download from the Background Images page.
Cisco IP phone background images and instructions are available from the Background Images page.
Computer wallpaper backgrounds featuring Liberty University are available from the Background Images page.
All web templates are monitored by the Marketing Department and the university’s web teams to ensure they reflect Liberty branding. Your department’s Web Manager users should regularly review and update all department webpages for brand accuracy.