Request for #10 window and non-window envelopes can be ordered with a purchasing card. The University has a contract with Knight Printing for these envelopes.
Requests need to be submitted in increments of 500. Pricing is listed on the Procurement & Payments website. *Requires UND IDM and password to login.
Standard UND Envelope
Standard UND Envelope with Dept/Office/Unit/Program
Required Envelope Information
- Unit name
- Room number
- Street address
- Stop number
- City, state, and zip code
Envelope Design Specifications
Color and Paper
Envelopes should be printed in two colors: green (PANTONE 347) and black. Smooth white envelope paper that matches the UND letterhead paper should be used.
Helvetica should be used.
The primary UND logotype is to be reproduced from an authorized original at all times and the size of the logotype should be 2" wide.
The logotype is placed in the upper left-hand corner of the envelope with a 0.25" margin on the top and the left. The top of the title line is 0.1" from the baseline of the logotype and a 2" green horizontal line (.75 pt stroke) equally divides the space between the logotype and title line.
Contact Information Variations
Some text content variations may be needed to fit situations particular to specific units. Envelopes that contain only the institution name with no unit name and address are not allowed.
The unit title is 12-point semi-bold (tracking: 25) and the address is 10-point regular with 12-point leading. Below the complete address (separated by a partial line space of .5 points), the text "Address Service Requested" may be placed in 9-point regular. The type should left align with the logotype.
Names and Titles
The names and titles of individuals are not to be printed on envelopes.
Engraved or embossed envelopes are not recommended. Please consult the UND Design Group at identity@UND.edu with any requests for engraved or embossed stationery.
For more informal correspondence, monarch-size envelopes are allowed.
Secondary Unit Logos or Slogans
Secondary unit logos and other additional elements are not permitted on the official UND envelope, partly because of Postal Service regulations.