Fonts: OHIO Brand Approved

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The Official Ohio University fonts that are available for desktop download by OHIO faculty and staff who do not have access to Adobe Creative Cloud are, P22 Mackinac, Proxima Nova, and Termina. Please only install these versions.


How to Install

Please note if you are off campus remember to sign into the VPN before proceeding.


If you need to install fonts on a centrally managed Windows computer, please visit the Software Center to download.

The fonts can also be accessed through these steps:

  1. Click the Start Menu

  2. Start typing the words "Software Center"

  3. Click on and open Software Center

  4. Locate and select Ohio University Fonts

  5. Click on the Install button

Mac OS

Managed macOS computers can directly access the 2021 fonts which opens the item in Self Service to download them. Only managed Macs will have Self Service. Personally-owned Macs are not eligible to install these fonts, due to licensing limitations. University owned Macs that don't have Self Service can be added to management by contacting the IT Service Desk or your department's IT team.

The fonts can also be accessed through these steps:

  1. In the Applications folder, open Self Service.

  2. In Self Service, select Browse to open the list of categories.

  3. In the list of categories, select Fonts.

  4. The item named OHIO Fonts (2021) should now be visible in the right column.

  5. Click the Install button under that item and follow the steps provided.

Who can access


  • OHIO's primary brand identity font is P22 Mackinac

  • Licensed for print, video, broadcast, web, and digital reproduction through Adobe Creative Cloud subscriptions

  • Replace the previous open-source OHIO fonts of EB Garamond, Barlow and Zilla Slab


  • Windows

  • Mac

Additional resources

Service support

Get help

  • Visit the Technology Help Center ( to get live support, view outages, and browse trainings.


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