Symbolism important to the institution surrounds the Georgia Gwinnett College seal. It is representative to the core mission, values and vision of the college as well as uniquely identifies the college among all other educational institutions.
College Seal – All Acceptable Iterations
The college seal is the most formal component of the identity system. Use of the seal is restricted to formal communications of the institution including, but not limited to the following:
- For official college events and collateral
- Invites to, or for events involving state constituents
- President's Office stationery
- President's Office Web page
- For SACSCOC (Southern Association of College's and Schools Commission on Colleges) materials toward accreditation
- Official Press Releases
College seal – full color
College seal – one color – light backgrounds – may appear in any color in the approved palette
College seal – full color – dark backgrounds
College seal – one color – dark backgrounds – may appear in any color in the approved palette
College Seal – Diagram of the Seal
The seal represents the core mission, values and vision of the College as well as uniquely identifying the College among all other educational institutions. It reflects the College's official colors – green and gray/silver – and contains symbolism of GGC's core identity through the following design elements:
College Seal – Common Misuse
Do not rearrange color placement.
Do not delete components of the logo.
Do not modify the type.
Do not replace graphic components of the mark.
Do not skew, stretch or rotate the logo.