Seeing the Big Picture
We’re proud that students, faculty, staff, alumni and journalists want to share about our College. Doing so in a consistent manner helps make our stories, achievements and brand more recognizable. The guidelines below are meant to elevate the reputation of the college and assist those who are just learning about us to easily find out more.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (CEHHS).
The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (CEHHS).
On second and subsequent references to the college, use only CEHHS.
CEHHS offers graduate and undergraduate degrees.
If you have questions about the event, contact the CEHHS Office of Marketing and Communications
Inclusion of “the University of Tennessee, Knoxville,” is not required when referencing the college in major, well-branded university publications, such as magazines and annual reports. Simply using the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences is acceptable.
Using only Haslam on second and subsequent references can often become cumbersome or repetitive for the reader. Using “the college” is acceptable to avoid repetition.
College of Education
For further information about referring to the University of Tennessee: https://brand.utk.edu/editorial/institution/
The Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education at the University of Tennessee’s College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences offers both graduate and undergraduate degrees within the Department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education.
The purpose of these standards is to advise writers and editors on good editorial judgment and decision making and to ensure consistency in our words across university communications. They’re not intended to apply to academic writing, where many areas have a discipline-specific style—for example, American Psychological Association or Council of Science Editors.
As issues arise in your copy editing, check here first for university-approved styling, including information about how to refer to the institution. If the issue isn’t covered here, consult the following guides based on the type of communication.
For all university publications and websites, refer to the most recent edition of the Chicago Manual of Style.
Chicago’s preferred dictionary is the current edition of Webster’s Third New International Dictionary (available by subscription) or its abridged edition Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (free online).
For all news releases, media advisories, and other communications sent directly to news media professionals, refer to the most recent edition of the Associated Press Stylebook.
Departments, programs, centers, institutes or other units within the college should not use or create logos or wordmarks of any kind.
Where department unit should be identified on a piece, the department’s name should appear in plain text (preferably Gotham) opposite the College logo. Department name should never appear as part of the College logo. If space is restricted, departments should defer to the College logo alone. Using the Power T alone in conjunction with a name outside of approved lockups or logos is not permitted.
Logo shortcuts with the Power T and the unit name, also available, should only be used for small promotional materials on which the longer form logos are impractical. Examples include pens and flash drives.
The Power T square icon with College or Department abbreviation should ONLY be used as social media icon unless otherwise approved
Never use the university seal. It is reserved for use by the Office of the Chancellor.
Logos should appear in the standard color configuration whenever possible. NOTE: The power T is white, not transparent, and the wordmark is Smokey Grey not black.
Reversed on Orange
When placed on a background of UT Orange, the wordmark should be white, and the icon block should be reversed out (orange Power T in a white block).
Reversed on Dark
When placed on a dark background, the wordmark should be white. The icon block is still orange and white.
If you need a one-color logo or shortcut for use on merchandise, you should provide a licensed vendor with one of the supplied EPS files. One-color logos may only be reproduced in UT Orange, white, or Smokey Grey.
The UT brand book sets out several tiers of color palettes that are available for use in marketing publications. Whenever possible, the primary palette of UT orange, white and smokey should be used on its own.
Some publications require accent colors for interest. In the second level of palette colors CEHHS primarily uses globe, with occasional accents of torch.
Text that appears on a colored background should be white.
Black should never be used in CEHHS marketing materials, even as a font color. Use smokey instead, or 80% black.
Smokey text should never appear on an orange background or orange text on a smokey background.
Lobster Two is an accent font only and should not be used for sentences of text, but rather to make specific word or two stand out. “Vols” or “Welcome”