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Certificate templates for download

Four templates are available for use by faculty, students and staff for presentation of certificates. These downloads include a single editable Microsoft Word file.

Standard Logo Certificate

This template can be customized for use as a certificate of appreciation, recognition or achievement. It incorporates the Missouri S&T logo. It is available in two versions: 8.5" x 11" and 8.5" x 5.5".

 


CERT-Standard_Logo.docx (135 KB)
CERT-Standard_Logo_double.docx (123 KB)


Historic Emblem Certificate

This template can be customized for use as a certificate of appreciation, recognition or achievement. It incorporates the Missouri S&T historic emblem. It is available in two versions: 8.5" x 11" and 8.5" x 5.5".



CERT-Standard_HistoricEmblem.docx (135 KB)
CERT-Standard_HistoricEmblem_double.docx (123 KB)


Formal Certificate

This certificate of appreciation incorporates the Missouri S&T historic emblem in an 8.5" x 11" template.



Download formal certificate (369 KB)


Academic Certificate

This certificate of appreciation incorporates the Missouri S&T logo in an 8.5" x 11" template.



Download academic template (1.5 MB)

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