An organization's brand is a unique collection of words, images, ideas, people, promises, and emotions that arise when one thinks about that organization. It grows and develops over time, being shaped by what the public sees, hears, reads, and understands about that organization.
The American Marketing Association defines a brand as a "name, term, design, symbol, or other feature that identifies one seller’s goods or services as distinct from those of other sellers."
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Marian uses both editorial standards and visual identity standards to protect and strengthen our brand.
The standards include written policies on everything from T-shirts, apparel, and promotional items to official university logos, wordmarks, colors, fonts, and more.
The guide includes topics like grammar, spelling, capitalization, abbreviations, and conventions that should be followed for a written copy.
Marian University Editorial Style Guide
This guide includes the usage of the university’s logo, seal, and visual marks like athletic logos as well as official colors and fonts for use on apparel and promotional items.
Marian University Visual Identity Guidelines
This guide includes the usage of Marian University’s Ancilla College Chargers log and athletic marks.
Looking to purchase customizable apparel or merchandise for your department? Visit shop.marian.edu and click on Staff/Dept Orders. Note, you must be inside the Marian University firewall (i.e., on campus) to make your purchase.
Marian University Apparel and Promotional Item Policy and Request Form (login required)
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Marian University name badges are an important part of your role in representing our brand. For your convenience, you may access our automated ordering system at any time. New hire? Promoted? Time for replacements?
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Marian University does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, creed, national origin, age or disabilities in the selection of administrative personnel, faculty and staff, and students.
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