The Open Society University Network (OSUN) logo is a universal signature used across all communications. The full name versions of the logo should be used where there is adequate space. Only use the abbreviated OSUN logo when space is limited. Please do not edit, change, distort, recolor, or reconfigure the logos.
OSUN Partner Guidelines for Digital Identity and Sponsorship
- OSUN’s goal is to promote partners’ good work among member institutions and to external audiences interested in and supportive of OSUN’s mission.
- Any new OSUN-supported program webpage should be housed within its appropriate institutional academic program, division, department, or center (as opposed to a free-standing website) whenever possible. OSUN-supported programs should reflect the work of the institution(s) involved in creating or expanding them.
- Please include the OSUN logo on your webpage and provide a link to the OSUN website.
- All OSUN-supported publications, including film and electronic publications, should include the following acknowledgment: “This publication/film was produced in collaboration with the Open Society University Network and supported [in part] by a grant from the Open Society Foundations” or, where applicable, from the relevant funder.
- Partners should avoid creating a new logo for their OSUN-supported program whenever possible.
- Important information about an OSUN program and any webpage updates should be sent to [email protected] so it can be featured on the OSUN website and in social media, e-newsletters, annual reports, or other announcements. This includes grant opportunities, fellowships, events, workshops, news features, press releases, stories of impact, calls for proposals, applications, etc.
- OSUN-supported publications, photos, and videos of OSUN-supported events can be sent to the OSUN communications office at [email protected].