School of Infection & Immunity branding
The University of Glasgow logo is an instantly recognisable symbol of the organisation. It is made up of two elements: the coat of arms and the logotype (the words ‘University of Glasgow’).
The use of a sub-identity is controlled. In fact, only University of Glasgow colleges, schools and research institutes, and a few University Services departments, are permitted by Senate and Court to use a sub-identity.
These are primarily for use on stationery (letterheads and compliment slips) although, on occasion, it may be appropriate to use on print or digital materials, if it is thought to be necessary to identify a sub-unit of the University.
Sub-identities always sit under the University marque (never beside the marque). There are two approved versions.