Building a Brand
Every person has a story. And so does every brand. By highlighting Merrimack’s unique attributes, we help our students, staff and community understand who we are and who we aspire to be.
Consistent Messaging is Key
The Office of Marketing and Communications encourages the entire Merrimack community to follow our branding standards so that we communicate a consistent message and image to our audiences.
Visual Identity Guidelines
- Presentation Navy Blue Filter – Option 1
- Presentation Navy Blue Filter – Option 2
- Presentation Light Blue Box
- Presentation Frosted Photo
Bifold Brochures & Programs
Digital Downloads - GIFs, Stickers & Signs
Show off your Merrimack pride. Check out our GIFs and stickers, Zoom backgrounds and printable signs. And don’t forget to tag us in your photos!
Digital GIFs and Stickers
Show your Warrior pride on social media! We have some fun digital GIFs and stickers to add to your posts and stories.
Click on the stickers below to download from Merrimack’s giphy account. Or search for them and additional Merrimack stickers on giphy or one of your favorite social media platforms.
All letterhead is available on Merrimack’s intranet.
How to Access & Download Letterhead
- Copy this link https://mymack.merrimack.edu/ICS/Communications/
- Go to https://mymack.merrimack.edu/
- Enter your username and password
- Paste the link you saved (in step 1) into the address bar and click enter
- Download the letterhead
Guidelines for Logos, Stationary, Typography and Colors
Primary Logo: MC Centered
Composite Logo: Winston School of Education & Social Policy
Composite Logo: Girard School of Business
Composite Logo: School of Nursing & Health Sciences
Composite Logo: School of Arts & Sciences
Composite Logo: School of Engineering & Computational Sciences
Composite Logo: O’Brien Center for Career Development
Merrimack College Photo Library
Submit Your Merrimack News
Share your story about our people, programs, events and accomplishments and it could be featured on our website, social media, and/or in print and digital publications. (You will be prompted to log into your Google account if you are not already logged in.)