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University of La Verne

Build Your Email Signature

The University of La Verne wants to provide an easy way for you to show your Leo pride. The form below creates a customized email signature for Outlook desktop and webmail clients; simply enter your information and select whether you use a Mac or Windows, and you'll be up and running in no time.

(And don't worry — you can choose both if you have multiple computers to update).

Note: For Windows users using the Outlook desktop program, this form works best on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. You may experience some difficulties when attempting to download your signature in Microsoft Edge.

Working Hours

Please enter your regular work schedule in the fields below (if applicable).

Note: Classified Staff are required to list work schedules in their signature, per the updated Human Resources work-from-home policy.

Enter start and end times for all days worked in a typical week.















Generate Signature

Select Your Operating System:

Install Instructions

These instructions may look daunting, but we promise you'll be done in under five minutes. Go ahead; time yourself.

Windows 10: Outlook 2019 and Outlook 365

  1. Click the orange Download Signature button at the top of these instructions.
  2. Wait for your browser load a pop-up window and select the option to Save the File.
  3. You should soon receive an email with additional instructions on how to install the signature.

Mac Users, Outlook Desktop App

  1. Select and copy (⌘ + c / CTRL + c) the signature in the white box below.
  2. Click on Outlook in the main menu and select Preferences.
  3. Select Signatures.
  4. Click the plus icon (+) to add a new signature. This will open a compose window.
  5. Paste (⌘ + v / CTRL + v) the copied signature in the compose area.
  6. Click Save and close out of the compose window.
  7. Double-click the "Untitled" label to rename it, for example "La Verne 2017 Signature".
  8. Select the options for when you want to use that signature under the Choose default signature section
  9. Close the Signatures window and create a new email message to confirm the signature has been applied correctly.

Outlook Web Access (Webmail)

  1. Click and drag your mouse to select the entire signature in the white box below.
  2. Copy (⌘ + c / CTRL + c) the signature HTML.
  3. In Office 365 Click on the View tab, then click on View Settings.
  4. In the search bar type Email Signature.
  5. On the Email Signature settings page you can click + New Signature and enter a name for the signature (or edit your existing signature).
  6. Paste (⌘ + v / CTRL + v) the contents of the signature into the edit text area.
  7. Click on Save.
  8. Select the options for when you want to use that signature under Select Default Signatures section.
  9. Click on Save again.
  10. Exit the settings section and create a new message to verify that the signature loads.

That's it!