Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri
Photo of Daktronics Screen in Atrium

Atrium Screen Submission

Design and Submission Guidelines for the Cornell Hall Atrium Daktronics screen

The Daktronics screen in the Cornell Hall Atrium is a great place for faculty, staff and student organizations of the Trulaske College of Business can share announcements for the college’s upcoming events and general news. Please see the guidelines below for creating and submitting your slides to the Trulaske College of Business.

BEFORE YOU DESIGN…

AS YOU’RE MAKING YOUR SLIDES…

  • Mizzou and the Trulaske College of Business maintain a consistent identity standard, including logos, fonts and colors. Find more information on these standards at identity.missouri.edu. We may initially reject a slide if incorrect logos are used and cannot be easily removed or replaced.
    • The college no longer uses the “MIZ BIZ” brand mark. Please refrain from using this mark on your designs.
    • While the university has specific official fonts, we only ask that fonts be legible and easy-to-read on the screen.
  • For slides with events, be sure to include the time, date and location on your slide.
  • Avoid putting too much information on the screen. The slide will only be up for a short time before the next slide advances. If additional information is required, consider making the information available to access online and including the URL.
  • Avoid using the acronym "TCoB." Use "Trulaske College of Business" on the first reference and "Trulaske" on any subsequent references.

SUBMITTING YOUR SLIDE

  • Once you are ready to submit your slide, save it as a PowerPoint file (.ppt or .pptx) and upload via our online submission form below.
  • Slides must be approved before they are published.*

*Note: Offices are staffed Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Slides submitted after 5 p.m. will be reviewed the following day. Slides submitted over the weekend will be reviewed the following Monday. (Subject to holidays and other school closures.)