New to Butler
Make sure others know how to reach you with one of Butler’s business card options. There is a standard front design with four options for the back of the card. Pick your favorite and order through Campus Impressions (details below).
Back Design Options
How to Order
Name badges will be silver and Butler blue and will include an individual’s name, title, and/or department name.
Name Badge Example
How to Order
Name badges can be ordered through Steve Bardach at Bardach Awards—email@example.com. Colleges and departments are encouraged to send one complete order vs. multiple individual orders, if possible.
The Butler Directory system contains profiles, photos, contact information, etc. for all faculty/staff members of Butler. Every employee has sole access to their own Directory information and is responsible for the information found there.
Every email that comes from the University reflects upon the institution. Using one simple, branded email signature across campus helps strengthen not only the perception of the University’s valuable reputation, but also assists in communicating the University’s visual identity on the most basic level. In order to create a more consistent University-wide web presence, we recommend the following email signature templates as a baseline.
Standard Email Signature
12 pt. Georgia is the preferred font for email signatures, and should be listed in this order:
- Name (bold)
- Butler University (appears on its own line)
- 4600 Sunset Avenue
- Indianapolis, Indiana 46208
- Phone | Mobile phone
- Email address | Web address (An option to include your professional social network links is also acceptable on the last line.)
- Butler University email signature wordmark.
Marketing and Communications
Instructions for email signature implementation
- Open a new message.
- On the Message tab, in the Include group, click Signature, and then click Signatures.
- On the Email Signature tab, click New.
- Type a name for the signature, click OK.
- In the Edit signature box, paste the signature you copied below (Control+V).
- 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 the signature you copied below (Command+V).