Use of the University Seal
The official University seal functions as a stamp of validation on official documents. These may include:
- honorary degrees
- institutional certificates
- special awards
- Office of the President correspondence
- medallions (presidential)
The official University seal is not to be used in place of the official University logo. The seal and logo may not be combined or used simultaneously within the same publication. Because of the fine detail in the official University seal, it should be used only in circumstances which ensure clear reproduction of that detail.
The seal may be used in a multi-color version that includes blue (PMS 288), gray (PMS Cool Gray 8), silver (PMS 877) and black. It may also be used in a monochromatic version using any one of the official school colors, including blue (PMS 288), gray (PMS Cool Gray 8), silver (PMS 877) and black.
The official University seal should be used only in circumstances that ensure clear reproduction of the detail. The minimum width of the seal is 1 inch.
Architectural and environmental use
When used as an official architectural element of the University (in relief) the official University seal should be fabricated from materials in one of the colors of the primary color palette.