These resources are intended to provide support for students and faculty members in creating materials with a clear and accurate impression of the Dalla Lana School of Public Health. The School’s brand reflects the Faculty’s Vision, Mission and Values, and sets the standard for communications inside and outside the Faculty, therefore it is crucial that all elements of visual expression are appropriately used.
Contact the Office of Communications regarding appropriate logo and wordmark usage.
Logos & Templates
Dalla Lana School of Public Health logos
Dalla Lana School of Public Health Wordmark
The wordmark has been developed using customized typography. If the wordmark is to be placed over a darker background, the white version should be used.
The wordmark must be used in combination with it’s appropriate U of T logo (DLSPH, IHPME, JCB, WBIIH, etc). It cannot be used on its own. Please contact DLSPH Communications for appropriate wordmark usage and approval.
Event Poster Templates
Research Poster Templates
U of T Visual Identity
Ordering Business Cards
DLSPH offers business cards for faculty/staff and PhD candidates only.
Please submit your request for business cards by filling out the following form. Please note that orders are for 250 or 500 cards only and they must be picked up at DLSPH.
PhD Candidates and some faculty members are responsible for covering the cost of the business cards. To make a payment, please have a cheque, made payable to the “University of Toronto” at the time of pick-up.
- order of 250 cards (min. 2 orders) costs $134.33
- order of 500 cards (min. 2 orders) costs $199.89
For Faculty and Staff
- All Staff, Core Faculty and Emeritus, please contact Pierre Lee to order business cards
- Adjunct and Status Only Faculty, please contact the Office of Faculty Appointments to order business cards.
- Business cards are available to PhD candidates who have successfully achieved candidacy.
- Please contact the Graduate Office for more information.
Contact the divisional administrative contact to inquire about appropriate use of DLSPH letterhead for a letter of reference or other purposes.