Marketing Communications
Templates

Email Signature

  • We recommend not including images in email signatures. The use of images in emails can present problems such as; increasing the size of email in-boxes, images can show up in email clients as message attachments, and some email clients and mobile devices block the appearance of images. That being said, it's your call to include it or not.

    The recommended font is Calibri or Arial.

    Your name (Calibri/Arial Bold 12, Color: Black) | Your title (Calibri/Arial 12, Color: Black)
    Your department (Calibri/Arial 10 All Caps, Color: Red (RGB: 170, 0, 0) - (for long department names, please put them on two lines) | Seattle University (Calibri/Arial 10 All Caps, Color: Red (RGB: 170, 0, 0)
    Address and or contact information (Calibri/Arial 10, Color: Black)
    Follow Seattle University on social media: (Calibri/Arial 10, Color: Grey). (Give it a line spacing of 6px above text)
    Social media links (Calibri/Arial 10)
    Seattle U mark or Wordmark (if including one)

    The first option below does not include a logo.
    The second option includes a logo and social media links.
    The third option includes the signature and logo.

    * Please Note: be sure to double-check font sizes if pasting one of these examples into Outlook.

    Option 1

    Name | Title
    DEPARTMENT | SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
    901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122-1090
    Office: (206) 296-6112

    Option 2

    Name | Title
    DEPARTMENT | SEATTLE UNIVERSITY
    901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122-1090
    Office (206) 296-6109 | Cell (206) 605-6750

    Follow Seattle University on social media:
    Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | LinkedIn
    Instagram | Tumblr | Pinterest | Google +

    Seattle U Signature Graphic


    Option 3

    Name | Title
    DEPARTMENT | SEATTLE UNIVERSITY

    901 12th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98122-1090
    Office (206) 296-6109 | Cell (206) 605-6750

    Seattle U Signature Graphic


    How to add your signature:

    In Windows Outlook 2007 and 2010:

    • Open a new message.
    • On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.
    • On the E-mail Signature tab, click New.
    • Type a name for the signature, click OK.
    • In the Edit signature box, paste (Control+V) the signature you copied.

    In Mac Outlook 2011:

    • Go to the Outlook menu and select Preferences.
    • Select Signatures.
    • Click the plus icon (+) to add a new signature.
    • Double click the “Untitled” signature and rename it.
    • In the Signature box, paste (Control+V) the signature you copied.