Templates and logos
Program promotion templates
Templates promoting specific programs and activities may be downloaded for use by county, campus and system offices.
MU Extension templates
Templates designed in accordance with University of Missouri Extension's graphic standards may be downloaded for use in county, campus and system offices.
Media relations templates
Often-needed office templates
To protect the MU brand, choose a vendor who has obtained a license through the Collegiate Licensing Company for embroidery and screen printing. Use this list of approved Missouri retailers: MU licensees (PDF).
This file is the Extension logo converted into a "stitch file" (.DST). This file may be sent electronically and should be useable by about 90 percent of embroider shops in existence. If your vendor can't use the file this way, they should be able to using their stitch conversion software. NOTE: The file is compressed for downloading purposes. Please do not attempt to open the file on your own computer to view. This may corrupt the file and render it unusable.
MU Extension logos for print publications
Print logos are high-resolution, two-color, scalable images for use in publications created in various software programs. These are not intended for use on Web pages.
- Right-click on link and choose "save as."
- Choose download location and click "OK."
- From hard drive, double-click on file name to unzip.
Logo with "Live. And Learn." tagline.
Black and White:
Social media templates
MU Extension Communications and Marketing provides profile photos, cover photos and social media banners. To get a personalized Facebook or Twitter profile photo, contact Amanda Dahling at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cover or header photos
Live. And Learn. with Truman series
Truman with a rake and extension hat (JPG) Truman with garden journal (JPG)
Truman reading (JPG) Truman cooking (JPG)
Truman with sign (JPG)
County identification signs
It is imperative that county offices are branded as part of the university, and the extension logo should be the most prominent piece of the identification with the county name as the secondary piece.
Visit the County identification signs Web page to view and download graphics for each county that meet the proper graphic identity standards. These graphics should be used when ordering signage for your local office.