The primary serif typeface for University of Miami printed applications is Century Schoolbook BT (Bitstream), which
is used in the University of Miami signature for the Web.
You do not need Century Schoolbook BT installed on your computer in order to import the University of Miami
signatures. The signatures are available in a variety of ready-to-place graphic file formats on this Web site. You do need these fonts installed on your computer if you wish to lay out text and headlines for a brochure, for example, or if you are customizing unit signatures for individual schools, centers, or institutes. Use this page to determine the appropriate layouts for constructing the various signatures used for headers on Web pages.
The primary sans serif typeface for University of Miami printed applications is Frutiger (Linotype). This type is not utilized on the Web site. The primary San Serif font used in the University's top-tier Web site is Univers Condensed and Univers Condensed Bold (Linotype), which appear in the Univerity's main horizontal navigation. For HTML versions of the main horizontal navigation, use Arial.
The primary Web font used for the majority of visible type on the University's Web pages is Arial. When Arial is not available, Helvetica should be used. Refer to the CSS file to determine exact font-sizing for different page elements.
All fonts are available for both Windows and Macintosh platforms and may be purchased from—among others—the following sources: fontpool.com | fontshop.com | paratype.com | fonts.com | linotype.com | adobe.com.
Users may also contact University Communications for assistance on page elements requiring the use of licensed fonts.