Sub-brand logos are used to identify specific University offices, departments, schools, and centers. Sub-brand logos are made up of the "sub-brand name," "University wordmark," and the "pillar mark." Either the University wordmark or the sub-brand name may be used as the primary element. These components are always held in a fixed relationship and should never be altered, modified, or reproduced in any way.
Usage guidelines related to color, clear space, and alterations for the University logo apply also to sub-brand logos.
Offices, departments, schools, and centers are not permitted to develop their own logo. However, there is freedom for creating a unique identity within the provided sub-brand.
Log in to the brand downloads page to obtain your specific sub-brand files.
University Primary Logo
Sub-brand Primary Logos
Sub-brand primary logos provide an opportunity for entities on campus to differentiate themselves from others. They may not be used outside the context of the University as a primary brand element (the University primary sub-brand logo must be used instead).
Due to the large variation in name length, the sub-brand primary logo may appear on one or two lines and is only available in a horizontal orientation.