Marketing and Communications

794 University Ave., Suite 237
Fairbanks, AK 99709

P.O. Box 757505
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK 99775

Phone: 907-474-6281
Fax: 907-474-6283
Email: marketing@uaf.edu

Additional UAF artwork

These images are not the UAF logo, but they link visually to the graphic identity. They can be used when you need a graphic in addition to the UAF logo. They may not be used as a replacement for the official UAF logo.

The Aurora bear and Nanook bear images are trademarks of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and are reserved for official UAF use.
Available formats:
Which format should I use?
PDF
(CMYK for print publications)
PNG
(RGB for Microsoft applications or web)

Aurora bear

The Aurora bear image illustrates UAF's Land, Sea and Space Grant status using the UAF mascot, stylized aurora, mountains and the ocean. The approved color variations are provided below. To download the image in PDF format, click on the PDF link to the right of each variation. To download GIF or PNG files, right-click (control-click on a Macintosh) on a link, and select the save option (e.g., Save Link As, Download linked file) from the resulting pop-up menu.

Aurora bear in black PDF PNG
Aurora bear in blue PDF PNG

Nanook bear

The Nanook bear image is a modern depiction of the UAF mascot. The approved color variations are provided below. To download the image in PDF format, click on the PDF link to the right of each variation. To download GIF or PNG files, right-click (control-click on a Macintosh) on a link, and select the save option (e.g., Save Link As, Download linked file) from the resulting pop-up menu.

Nanook bear black left PDF PNG
Nanook bear blue left PDF PNG
Nanook bear black right PDF PNG
Nanook bear blue right PDF PNG

 

Which format should I use?

  • PDF: This is a vector-based format and the best to use for print production.
  • PNG: This format is the best choice for use with Microsoft programs (e.g. Word, Powerpoint). It can also be used in websites. To insert a logo using Word, go to the Insert menu and choose "Picture/From File..." then browse to the file on your hard drive and click "Insert."