PowerPoint Templates

PowerPoint files which incorporate Purdue brand elements and the Polytechnic co-brand logo are available below to serve as templates for your own presentations. To create additional slides in your presentation, simply click the tiny arrow next to "New Slide" (near the top left of the PowerPoint window) and select the layout you need.

The downloadable files also include an instruction slide (delete after you've read it) and a "Contact Info" slide which could be shown while you answer audience questions. These templates are configured to use the fonts Franklin Gothic and Impact by default, as these fonts are already available on most computers and are the approved substitutes for the brand guide's Acumin Pro and United Sans fonts.

Templates are available in two editions. Samples of each and download links are below.

Gold Edition

The "gold edition" templates feature title and contact info slides with gold backgrounds, and other slides have triangular accents in either gold or black.

PowerPoint gold template samples

Above Left: An example use of the gold edition's "Presentation Title" slide. Above Right: A blank content slide.

Additional PowerPoint gold template samples

Left: A sample photo slide in the gold edition. Right: Consider using this "Contact Info" slide at the end of your presentation, leaving it on screen while answering audience questions.

Black Edition

The "black edition" templates feature title and contact info slides with black backgrounds. All slides feature vertical gold accent elements.

PowerPoint black template samples

Above Left: An example use of the black edition's "Presentation Title" slide. Above Right: A blank content slide.

Additional PowerPoint black template samples

Left: A sample of the black edition's "Fact/Highlight" slide. Right: Consider using this "Contact Info" slide at the end of your presentation, leaving it on screen while answering audience questions.

White Edition

Title and contact slides in the "white edition" template have white backgrounds, and most design elements are in shades of gray for improved color accuracy when printing the presentation.