While some of St. Lawrence’s visual elements are modern expressions of the brand, others date back to the early beginnings of the University. The seal, designed by Nelson Robinson, Class of 1887, is the longest enduring symbol of the University. It is reserved for official and formal uses such as the University diploma.
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Please contact University Communications for assistance and with questions (firstname.lastname@example.org). Print or digital copies of the at-a-glance visual identity guide are available through University Communications.
What has changed since 2012?
Since the roll out of the University’s 2012 visual identity guide, University Communications has refined some of the elements. The refinements include improvements to the University stationery and business cards to improve legibility and to offer better spacing requirements.
When is a trademark symbol required with the University logo?
The University claims trademark on word marks and logos. When they are printed on products such as shirts, hats, mugs, and all others for distribution or resale, the logo must include the ™ symbol. Also, the products must be printed by a licensed vendor through the University’s licensing partner, Nexus Licensing Group. For questions, please contact Meg Keniston (email@example.com).