The image of the Steve Hicks School of Social Work should be presented in a consistent and professional manner that follows university guidelines. These resources are intended to help you use the school’s brand elements correctly and consistently in your presentations, reports, and any other documents.

Nomenclature

The Steve Hicks School of Social Work name must be in all legal documents as well as publications, including but not limited to reports, presentations, websites, brochures, mailers, flyers, and posters. The recommended designation for the our school is Steve Hicks School of Social Work.

When used in a document, the complete name “Steve Hicks School of Social Work” should be used upon first mention. Thereafter “Steve Hicks School” or “school” may be used. Avoid acronyms such as SHSSW.

Acknowledgement in publications: please make sure to mention the Steve Hicks School of Social Work along with The University of Texas at Austin and any specific offices, centers, or institutes. For example: “This study was conducted by the XYZ Institute at The University of Texas at Austin Steve Hicks School of Social Work with support from the ABC foundation…”

Logos

The Steve Hicks School’s wordmark or “logo” should serve as the official school identification for all print and electronic communications. For instance, the logo should be included in institutes’ websites, posters and presentations, reports, brochures and flyers, invitations to school-sponsored events. The logo should not be altered in any way.

To obtain a Steve Hicks School logo file, please contact Andrea Campetella.

To access The University of Texas at Austin’s brand assets, go here.

Branded Zoom backgrounds

Find Zoom backgrounds with Steve Hicks School and UT Austin branding in the school’s Flickr account.

Electronic letterhead

Contact Suzanne Ewing at seb@austin.utexas.edu for the electronic version of the Steve Hicks School letterhead. Please note: the electronic letterhead only comes in black.

UT Austin color palette

Use of color must be consistent across the university. See primary and secondary palette.