The University enforces a policy that requires prior approval (a "Print Release") for all marketing-related printing or production projects costing $50 or more. Five business days BEFORE the project is printed, please submit a print release request so we can review your project for brand compliance.
To review the University's brand guidelines, please visit www.unr.edu/logos.
Print Release Request
The Purchasing Department requires a print release number if your marketing-related printing or production costs more than $50. Please fill out the form on this page and the Office of Marketing and Communications will review your request within two business days. Failure to obtain a print release can result in having your P-card taken away.
For more information, or to receive training in the University's brand standards, please contact David Branby, Creative Director, at (775) 784-6187 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To obtain a print release number, please fill out the print release form below. Please attach a PDF of your artwork when you fill out your print release request. Your artwork will be reviewed for brand compliance.
Instructional materials, such as tests, syllabi, articles and reports, are exempt from University graphic guidelines and do not require a print release. However, we do ask that you put the University's official Block N logo on the cover of these works.
Scholarly works, such as a dissertation or thesis, are exempt from University graphic guidelines and do not require a print release.Again, we do ask that you put the University's official Block N logo on the cover of these works.
Stationery and business system items (letterhead, envelopes, business cards, and name tags, etc.) must be printed by the University's contracted stationery printing company, Barker Business Systems, because the University has negotiated beneficial pricing for those materials. Please visit the stationery page for online ordering information.
Exceptions will require President's Office approval.
Thank you kindly for your cooperation, and for doing your part to protect the University brand.