Stony Brook Southampton Logos
These logos are being made available for use on official Stony Brook publications, documents, and Web sites. As officially approved symbols of Stony Brook University, logos should be used appropriately and in preference to homegrown or outdated images. Please replace any previous versions you may be using with the logos below as appropriate.
See also colors and fonts for use in Stony Brook publications.
Adjacent to each logo pictured on the pages linked below, you’ll find links to various image sizes and file formats. Click on the link that suits your needs. GIF, TIFF, and EPS files will appear in a new browser window. Position your cursor on the image. PC users should right-click and select the appropriate menu item (e.g., “save picture as”). Mac users should control-click and select the appropriate menu item (e.g., “download picture to disk”).
The logos are available in a variety of colors and formats for both print and online use. Three sizes are available in JPEG and GIF formats. Please use the size that most closely suits your needs.
TIFF format: These files are appropriate for use in most word processing and desktop publishing applications. You may adjust the size of the image (can be made smaller, but not larger), but must maintain the aspect ratio. Please do not make any other modifications to these files.
GIF format: These files are intended for use on official University web pages. They should not be used on any personal pages. Please do not resize or otherwise modify these files.
EPS format: These files are for use with high-end graphics programs to create printed presentations, brochures, and other literature. A program like Adobe Illustrator is necessary to open and manipulate the files. You may adjust the size of the image, but must maintain the aspect ratio. Please do not make any other modifications to these files.
GIF, TIFF, and EPS files may be downloaded per the instructions below. EPS files may only be used by Stony Brook University faculty or staff members.
Questions about University logos should be directed to Anita Lago, Office of Communications Production Associate, Anita.Lago@stonybrook.edu.