The Office of Marketing and Creative Services has developed templates for all University stationery.
To order printed letterhead, business cards or envelopes, contact PhotoSquared through the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises. If you need other stationery items, the Office of Marketing and Creative Services staff is available to help you.
All offices, departments, institutes, centers, colleges and schools must use official University letterhead for all University communications.
Marketing and Creative Services has developed a set of guidelines for how information should appear on University employee and student business cards and on University letterhead and envelopes. These guidelines are shared with PhotoSquared to facilitate efficient processing of stationery orders.
Faculty/Staff Business Card
Student Business Card
Student Business Card Philosophy
- The University of Baltimore makes a template for student business cards available as a service to current students who need them (primarily because they don’t have business cards issued by their employers) and as an act of faith in the quality and professionalism of its students. Business cards are an equal reflection of the individuals whose names appear on them and on the institution that provides them.
- Student business cards are intended to communicate contact information for students only while they hold that position at the University, much as employee business cards are intended to fill the same role for employees only while they are employed by the University. The contact information on the business cards should reflect this, including the ubalt.edu email address, which is maintained during students’ tenure at UB. For the same reason, the only “title” information that should appear on the University of Baltimore student business card template is that of “student” (in various approved formats).
- Keep in mind that a business card is not a resume; it serves the purpose of providing contact information, while a resume serves the purpose of providing qualifications and skills of a candidate for employment. Again, for the reason indicated above—that University student business cards are intended to represent students only in that specific role at UB—no other degrees, titles, etc. should be listed after students’ names.
Get started by filling out the appropriate form provided on the publishing services site through the Office of Auxiliary Enterprises to work with PhotoSquared to purchase your student cards.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Marketing and Creative Services at 410.837.6190.
PowerPoint templates with the new UB branding are available for download in the templates folder in the University photo gallery.