Use of any UCLA logo requires written permission in advance of use. Please note that permission to use a logo (school, center, department, university, etc.) is reviewed and evaluated on a ‘per use’ basis, meaning that even if its use has been previously approved, each new use must go through the same review process; this is a university requirement. The logos and review systems are campus-wide, so please allow as much review time as is possible for your project.
Required Permissions Process
Please note that, according to university policy, use of any UCLA logo requires advance submission and written approval via the marks.ucla.edu system. Please incorporate as long a lead time as possible for your project, keeping in mind that the review process can take a week or more.
UCLA Fielding faculty and staff may use school and department stationery and envelopes for approved, official written communications. (Digital stationary is also available for use.) To obtain stationery or envelopes, please contact the appropriate representative in your academic department or administrative office.
UCLA’s authorized stationery printer is Castle Press. Please note that while it is possible to order printed stationery with an academic department logo at the top, the university requires that all envelopes include only the school's logo.
Current UCLA Fielding School faculty, staff, graduate students, and post-doctoral scholars may request business cards from their appropriate academic department or office representative. Business card orders should be placed with UCLA-approved vendor Castle Press.
UCLA requires that all business cards are horizontally-oriented (landscape design). The university does not allow academic department logos to be used for business cards; the school logo is used.
UCLA Fielding students must receive advanced written permission from their academic department representative for business cards to be issued in their name. Student business cards must indicate clearly that the student is currently enrolled in the UCLA Fielding School, using the following system:
Department of Community Health Sciences
Class of ’25
(Email address [The student’s email address must be UCLA issued, such as @ucla.edu or @g.ucla.edu])
To assist with event and marketing needs, UCLA offers branded templates. Visit the UCLA brand identity website to learn more. These templates, in most instances, may be used with school or department-level logos. The marks.ucla.edu review processes applies for logo use.
Answers to Commonly Asked Questions
Please keep in mind that use of any UCLA logo requires permission in advance of use through the marks.ucla.edu system.
If so, submit your request, including the draft artwork from your UCLA-approved vendor, through the UCLA website marks.ucla.edu. Please note that this process is required for all UCLA FSPH offices, departments, centers, formal and informal groups, and other affiliated entities.
Please email a description of your project to MarComm@ph.ucla.edu and note that your proposal will also need to be reviewed by the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs. Once the Development team approves your project, you will then need to submit your request on the UCLA website marks.ucla.edu. Please note that this process is required for all UCLA FSPH offices, departments, groups, and other affiliated entities.
Please download the placeholder logo file available below and add it to your design draft. Be sure to follow the guidelines pertaining to the background color, minimum clearance space and minimum logo size as instructed on the UCLA's brand identity website. Once your draft project is ready for review, send your design draft with a short explanation of your project to MarComm@ph.ucla.edu; we'll help you determine the best next step.
Any proposed logo use that includes a non-UCLA, third-party (e.g. sponsorship acknowledgements or co-branding) requires university approval and must be submitted for review at marks.ucla.edu.
Please note that UCLA has specific requirements related to, for example, the minimum size of the school or department logo on a document or item and, separately, the minimum amount of white space that surrounds the logo. Please see this page on UCLA's brand identity website which provides the technical specifications.
*Placeholder UCLA Fielding School of Public Health logo*