The veterinary medicine tools and templates supplement the UC Davis Brand Communications Guide.
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All fonts, colors, size, and spatial relationships are based on templates and must not be altered. For EPS and PNG file types, background colors are for illustration purposes and serve only as a suggestion. Black logos can be converted to any approved campus publication color. See campus colors.
- EPS: (CMYK for 4-color printing) transparent background
- PNG: (RGB for Microsoft apps) transparent background
UC Davis Veterinary Medicine left-aligned logo:
This logo may not be modified in any way. The approved color variations are listed below.
UC Davis Veterinary Medicine centered logo:
This logo may not be modified in any way. The approved color variations are shown below.
Each unit logo family includes contains the centered aligned and left-aligned versions of the logo. Select your unit's name from below to download a .zip file that contains all of the logo variations. If your unit's name is not listed, please contact email@example.com.
- Download unit logos
- Admissions and Student Programs
Anatomy Physiology & Cell Biology (APC)
Aquatic Toxicology Laboratory (ATL)
Biological Media Services
California Animal Health& Food Safety Laboratory System
Career, Leadership and Wellness Center
California Raptor Center (ARC)
Center for Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention (CCEH)
Center for Companion Animal Health (CCAH)
Center for Comparative Medicine (CCM)
Center for Continuing Professional Education (CE)
Center for Equine Health (CEH)
Center for Food Animal Health (CFAH)
Center for Imaging Services
Center for Laboratory Animal Science (CLAS)
Comparative Cancer Center
Comparative Neurology Research Group (CNRG)
Comparative Pathology Lab
Center for Vectorborne Diseases
Equine Analytical Chemistry Program
Feline Nutrition & Pet Care Center
Gourley Clinical Teaching Center
SVM Information Technology (SVM-IT)
International Animal Welfare Training Institute (IAWTI)
International Laboratory of Molecular Biology for Tropical Diseases (ILMBTD)
J.D. Wheat Veterinary Orthopedic Research Laboratory (VORL)
Karen C. Drayer Wildlife Health Center (WHC)
Master of Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM)
Mouse Biology Program
Office of Advancement
Office of Global Programs
Office of Professional Education
Office of Research and Graduate Education (ORGE)
One Health Institute
Population Health and Reproduction (PHR)
Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology (PMI)
UC Veterinary Medical Center - San Diego (UCVMC-SD)
Veterinary Center for Clinical Trials (VCCT)
Veterinary Genetics Laboratory (VGL)
Veterinary Institute for Regenerative Cures (VIRC)
Veterinary Molecular Biosciences (VMB)
Veterinary Medicine Epidemiology (VME)
Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH)
Veterinary Scientist Training Program (VSTP)
Veterinary Surgical and Radiological Sciences (VSR)
Veterinary Medicine Teaching and Research Center - Tulare
Rod of Asclepius
The Rod of Asclepius is an ancient symbol for medicine, and with the V added, it's a symbol of veterinary medicine. Asclepius was the Greek god of medicine, and the snake on his staff was said to have delivered him a healing herb.
This rod illustration was created by UC Davis alumnus and brand illustrator Steven Noble and it is exclusive to the school—external units must ask permission from the communications team to use it if not using it to represent the school. In addition, the following rules apply to its usage within the school:
- The rod illustration primarily was created to use as a watermark-style design element to add background visual interest. If you are using it in this way, try screening it back to 10-15% and then adjust the intensity as needed from there.
- You may use the illustration as a regular visual element (not screened back) such as on a flyer, but do not use it as a substitute for the Veterinary Medicine logo.
Please check with the communications team with questions or for usage suggestions.
Would you like to promote your event on the UC Davis Veterinary Medicine calendar?
Creating your own calendar
Would you like a calendar for your own department?
Social media hub
View our directory of social media channels.
Is your social media page missing from our directory?
- School photo repository (Kerberos required)
- Cutout photo repository
- Photography policy
- Consent to record form
- Photo request webform
Please contact us if you have trouble accessing these resources.
This PowerPoint template is compatible with both Windows and Mac systems.
Letter templates & letterhead
This artwork can be used with Reprographics custom orders. Note: these graphics can only be used with custom orders and are not available in the existing business card templates.
Please use these guidelines to create an email signature in your preferred email application. You may modify the lines of text to suit your individual needs, but please do not alter the font styling or images. If you have any questions, please contact the communications team. Instructions on how to update your email signature for Outlook, Outlook.com, or Gmail.
Email banners & templates
Branded email banners professionalize mass internal communications such as event notices or other announcements that are sent by students, faculty and staff. Please contact the communications team if you would like an email banner that features a particular photo or subject.
These banners are available for use by the school's faculty, staff, and students for official school business, activity, and event communications. The banners can also be used on printed pieces such as flyers or one-page program descriptions. A banner should be used for ALL announcements going out from an SVM unit or program to groups within the school.
For users of Outlook 365, copy and paste the template linked below into your "My Templates".
Internal email subject line IDs
To help internal audiences identify and sort mass emails quickly, the school has adopted subject line identifiers. These identifiers are placed at the beginning of an email’s subject line, followed by the topic. For example:
- [Event] Global Programs Day is April 18
- [IT Update] Scheduled VMACS Maintenance: December 1
These IDs will evolve over time. If you have suggestions for additions or improvements, please contact the communications team.
- Special Notice
- Message from the Dean
- Request for Proposals/Applications (for training, funding opportunities, etc.)
- Request for Nominations (for awards)
- Welcome (new faculty/leadership/staff)
- Health/Wellness Information (these could be under “Special Notice” or “Events” instead)
- Safety Information
- IT Update
- Survey (or these could go under “Special Notice” instead)