The UIS dome logo (adopted in 1995) remains the university’s chief graphic identifier and can be used on all publications, websites, and promotional materials (flags, banners, signs, etc.) where appropriate.
Secondary or department logos are not allowed.
- Certain specific logos have been approved due to the nature of the program or effort. See our Other Logos page for more information and samples of exceptions to the campus logo policy.
The dome logo is to be considered a singular piece of art. It no longer appears with the name “University of Illinois at Springfield” stacked beneath it.
The dome logo should never be used adjacent to the official University of Illinois Springfield wordmark, but can appear next to the university’s name, as in a return address. Below are samples of incorrect uses of the dome logo. (Click on the image for a larger version.)
The dome logo should be used “as is”. There should be no manipulation of type size, font, word placement, proportion, etc. Never put any text or images directly on top or beneath the dome logo.
The dome logo, like the UIS wordmark, should appear in black, white, or UIS blue.
Student organizations may not use the UIS Wordmark or the Dome Logo on printed material or websites without review and approval by the Creative Services team.
The UIS Wordmark or the Dome Logo may not be used by any individual for personal use.
Download a printable version of the dome Logo:
Download copies of the dome logo for use on websites and other screen-based presentations:
For vector or other formats, send email to:
- or call 217/206-6722