Color is a very important element in recall and recognition of the university brand. That is why it is important to match Grand Valley's official colors as closely as possible in print or on the Web.
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Shown to the right are suggested complementary and contrasting typefaces to the logotype for use in publications. These recommended typefaces are most appropriate for our academic audiences.
It generally is preferable to use contrasting typefaces and a maximum of three per publication.
Grand Valley's University Communications manages all official university photography and maintains the university photography archives.
For complete information about requesting files or new photography, as well as a photo release form, please visit https://www.gvsu.edu/ucomm/university-communications-photography-54.htm.
Grand Valley State University strives to be an inclusive environment. As such, it is GVSU's policy to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Please see Grand Valley's ADA philosophy statement for more information.
To comply with the ADA, documents posted online, including, but not limited to, Adobe PDF files, Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, and online flipbooks, must be screen-reader friendly. Screen-reader software is a form of assistive technology that reads a screen's display aloud to the user. Learn about Making Documents Accessible.