Order official UND stationery at Duplicating Services. Any deviations from the UND-approved design formats must be approved by the Office of Marketing & Creative Services prior to printing.
Requests for digital versions of letterhead are approved on a case-by-case basis. If you need a digital version of the letterhead, fill out the Letterhead Order Form and note in the comments section the rationale for needing a digital version. Please note that digital versions should not be used for printing, as the quality suffers.
1/2 ream (250 sheets) - $37.50
1 ream (500 sheets) - $75.00
Standard UND Letterhead
Standard UND Letterhead with Title
Standard UND Letterhead with Land Acknowledgement
Information Needed for Letterheading
- Department/office/unit/program name
- Room number
- Street address
- Stop number
- City, state, ZIP code
- General office telephone number(s) with area code
Color and Paper
UND letterhead should be printed as four color (CMYK) process. Paper should be smooth white, letter-sized (8.5" x 11") paper.
The college/school/division title (if present) and the main body text is Minion Pro (small caps). The contact information and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) statement text is Helvetica.
The primary UND logotype is to be reproduced from an authorized original at all times. The logotype is 3.75" wide. A 0.5" margin is to the left of the logotype.
Web Address (URL)
The URL (UND.edu) is left justified with the line extending to the 2" right margin. The baseline of the URL aligns with the baseline of the logotype. UND is always capitalized.
Left and right margins are 0.5" and the top margin is 0.625" to top of the logotype. The top of the title line/contact information is 0.185" from the baseline of the logotype and a 7.125" green horizontal line (0.75 pt stroke) equally divides the space between the logotype and contact information.
The minimum amount of information included on letterheads is the unit name, building, room number, street address, stop number, city, state, ZIP code, and general office telephone number(s) with area code. The unit fax number and unit email may also be included. The contact information is flush left to the URL with the longest line extending to the 0.5" right margin.
The optional school/college/division title (under the UND Logotype) is 11.5-point medium with 9.5-point leading (tracking: 50). The URL is 14-point bold (tracking: 50). The department/office/unit/program line of the contact information is 10-point bold and all other contact information is regular with 12-point leading. The body is 10-point regular with 12-point leading. The EEO statement is 7-point italic.
Equal Opportunity Statement
Place "The University of North Dakota is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution." statement so the baseline is 0.25" from the bottom of the letterhead, flush right with a 0.5" right margin.
Body Copy Margins
For typing letters, the block style is preferred with 1" left margin and a 1" right margin. Begin the body of the letter at least 3" from the top of the page and allow at least a 1" margin at the bottom of the page. The text should be left justified.
Embossing and Engraving
Engraved or embossed letterheads are not recommended. Please consult identity@UND.edu with any requests for engraved or embossed letterheads.
A half-size letterhead sheet (5.5" x 8.5") is also available.
Personalization is not recommended due to logistics and increased costs, as it restricts departmentwide use. Personalization can be achieved with the typed name and signature and through the use of business cards. For permission to print personalized letterhead, contact identity@UND.edu.
Secondary Logos or Slogans
Inclusion of a secondary logo or a line of a sub-message, or "slogan," can be approved on the official UND letterhead if it suggests worthwhile communication about the unit. Approval must be granted for such additions by the Office of Marketing & Creative Services. UND Duplicating Services will relay such requests to the Office of Marketing & Creative Services when letterhead printing orders are placed.