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To maintain visual consistency across all university materials, Times New Roman and Myriad have been selected as the primary typefaces. These fonts are available in a variety of weights to allow for flexibility and creative expression in text and display.
Times New Roman should be used for word processing, letters, publication copy and general text uses. Myriad should be used for headlines, large display type, captions and banners. Use the bold form for emphasis.
Note: For PowerPoint presentations, Microsoft Word documents and other electronic files where font compatibility may be an issue, substitute Arial for Myriad.
For web pages, the Verdana typeface should be used to address challenges of computer screen display. This is the preferred typeface for university web sites. Verdana is prepackaged on most word processing systems.
If Verdana is not available Arial is an acceptable web font.