Buffalo State offers a cohesive stationery program. The College Relations Office has developed designs that use official crest marks, typefaces, and colors to ensure consistency throughout the institution.
Procurement Services fulfills all stationery and business card orders. All letterhead, business cards, and envelopes must be ordered through Procurement Services. Orders placed outside of Procurement Services will not be sanctioned or approved for payment. Call (716) 878-4103 for pricing or to place an order for stationery products.
Procurement Services works with an online ordering system for stationery proofing and orders. Buffalo State orders in bulk to take advantage of cost discounts.
Requests for nonstandard or custom stationery orders should be sent to the College Relations Office, firstname.lastname@example.org, (716) 878-4201.
A design has been established for academic letterhead bearing a school crest mark signature (e.g., School of Arts and Humanities) and academic departments’ names and addresses. All academic departments follow this format. See example above.
Stationery for administrative offices is designed with Buffalo State’s crest mark and allows for the office name and other identifying information. All administrative offices follow this format. See example above.
Academic departments are required to order business cards with the school crest mark signature (e.g., School of Arts and Humanities). Business cards for staff members affiliated with administrative offices are designed with Buffalo State’s crest mark. See example below.
Only personnel listed in the Human Resource Management database may order official college business cards. Only official college-related information (campus address, telephone, e-mail) may appear on official college business cards. Personal cell phone numbers or e-mail addresses are not permitted on business cards or other stationery.
Procurement Services fulfills business card orders. Call (716) 878-4103 for pricing or to place an order.
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