The links for ordering VCE name tags, business cards, and polo shirts have been reactivated on the VCE Intranet and orders can be placed now.
- Please keep in mind, name tags and business cards are ordered on or about the 15th of each month and are shipped once received from the vendor.
- Name tags are available for faculty, staff, and volunteers. Please note, we will not be replacing old logo name tags for volunteers.
- Polo shirts are available for new VCE faculty and staff. We will be depleting our current stock before new logo shirts are ordered.
- An update on business cards ordered in May, there has been a delay with the vendor printing our cards. We hope to have the issues resolved soon. Cards will be shipped to your office as soon as they are received.
Should you have questions, please contact Sarah McCoy.
Virginia Cooperative Extension is pleased to showcase its new visual identity and logo this week after lengthy development process.
“We believe the new logo reflects a modern image that embodies the partnership between Virginia Tech and Virginia State University,” said Ed Jones, director of Virginia Cooperative Extension. “We are excited to enhance Virginia Cooperative Extension’s visual identity as we approach Extension’s 100th anniversary next year.
Extension faculty and staff members are encouraged to begin utilizing the logo and templates immediately.
“Our logo and our visual identity play an important role in helping people make a connection to the services and programs we provide. We must do a better job of linking our name and our brand messages to our positive brand experiences. By using the design elements consistently, the value of the Virginia Cooperative Extension brand is preserved with each use,” said Jones.
For more information and guidelines for using the logo, contact Lori Greiner, VCE communications manager.