Warrington is our foundation
As we strategically position our communications to place more equity in the name Warrington, simplifying the identifier will make both verbal and written uses more consistent. “Administration” has been removed from our College name. We are eliminating acronyms for the College and using “Warrington” or “the College” in their place.
- Warrington College of Business
- Warrington | College |
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Primary College Identifier:
The “primary” logo is the choice for use on the majority of College communications. There are several variations of the primary logo to meet differing design needs, and together they comprise the College’s signature system.
A “secondary” logo is to be used with titles and other headline elements as a secondary supporting logo. In most cases, the UF monogram will also need to be visible on promotional items.
When focusing on any School, Program, Center, Department, or Office, the entity is displayed in the primary position while Warrington is secondary, but always present.
In the Body Copy
When the subject matter of a communication is used in body copy, the first reference utilizes the full nesting structure, and subsequent references use only the component’s common name or full name.
It’s not just who you know, but how well you know them—and how well they know you. At Bergstrom Real Estate Center at UF’s Warrington College of Business you’ll build connections and gain experience now that others might develop in a year or two. As one of the only centers of its kind, Bergstrom Center measures applied research against real-world experience so we can be uniquely prepared for the most competitive market in business.
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