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Style Guide

The way an organization presents itself reflects its values, personality and traditions. That’s why logos, word marks and other symbols representing the college must be used in a consistent, professional manner. They convey and enhance brand position and visual identity.

While the Marketing & Communications department creates all materials for external use, it also tries to review printed pieces that are produced for internal purposes.

Use this quick guide for information on GHC’s colors, fonts, and logo. If you have questions or need further explanation or help, please contact GHC’s Marketing and Communication Team at Marcom@highlands.edu

You may also submit a project to the Marcom Service Form under “Forms.”

GHC Branded Powerpoint Template

The Marcom office requests that employees use our branded template when creating powerpoint presentations. You can download the powerpoint templates here:

Template (with mountains)

GHC Branded Word Template

The Marcom office requests that employees use our branded template whenever creating word documents for distribution. You can download the word template by clicking here

Promoting Your Event

The Marcom office provides assistance for marketing and promoting campus events. You can download our guide for more information by clicking here.

Weather and Emergency Notifications

The Marcom office is responsible for sending out inclement weather notifications. Learn more about how information is communicated about inclement weather closings/delays and campus emergencies by clicking here.

Student Photo and Video Policy

Occasionally the Office of Public Relations & Marketing and Digital Media Services will take photos or videos of various programs, around campus, or at off-campus events for use in official marketing materials and on social media. Students who do not wish to have their photo taken must notify the photographer of their wishes. Otherwise, it is assumed that the student approves use of his or her image in college marketing materials.