This is the preferred official business card; it is a 2-sided vertical card.
To request business cards please send your information and choice of card to Michael Tews at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information needed for card:
Your First and last name (and middle initial, if desired)
If you do not make a vertical or horizontal card selection, the vertical card will be chosen for you.
Please allow 3-5 days for business card proof during peak request times.
This is an alternate official business card; it is a 2-sided horizontal card.
Note: While the consistent use of the official business card design (the front side, especially) is important in preserving and maintaining the integrity of the MCC brand, the backside of the card may be customized with the following: (1) Program or specific course information in text form (i.e., list), and/or (2) Credential information (in the form of text or a credential logo) for faculty or staff. Requested modifications to the backside of the business card should be made to Alisha Brown, Marketing Coordinator, at email@example.com or at 810.232.2554.
A variety of different logo styles are offered, in color and black & white variations, for our use in various media applications such as desktop publishing, printing and web applications.
This letterhead template is a generic MCC template meant to be used for informational letters that do not need to be attributed to a specific department. For example: A generic thank you letter sent to a business for sponsoring an event.
This letterhead template is meant to be used for informational letters that are from a specific department. For example: A financial aid award letter where students would need to contact the Financial Aid Office with questions.
The template includes fields within the black bar at the top to allow the user to create office specific letterhead. It is recommended that at least 3 of the following fields are included: Name of the Office, Telephone Number, Email address for the point of contact, and/or Room number.
This letterhead is meant to be used for ceremonial or executive purposes only. For example: a letter announcing that a student has won a scholarship or a letter from the Office of the President or the Vice Presidents. It can be customized for the specific sender.
Use these writing styleguides to help with consistency in all college related writings.
Mott branded template for use with powerpoint presentations.