Logo & Marks

Note: The logos displayed here are not to be copied from this page for any use.

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The Nazareth graphic identity consists of a primary logo and logotype.

The logos have been specifically drawn and exist in digital format for consistent reproduction. The logos should never be redrawn.

Primary Logo


Stack Logo

Logo use instructions:

  • Use the logo consistently and properly to raise the visibility and recognition of Nazareth.
  • Follow these guidelines to provide maximum legibility of Nazareth's logo.
  • Use only the formats provided, and use the ticket form to get the actual, appropriate logo from MarComm for each use.
  • Do not reset or reproportion the logo, or use it so that the integrity is compromised, the form distorted, or the legibility impeded.

Note: The logos displayed here are not to be copied from this page for use on any materials. To get the appropriate version for your needs, submit a ticket.

Minimum Size

The smallest size the logos should appear at is 1 inch (print) or 150 pixels (web) wide.

Safety Zone

Sufficient space (safety zone) around the logo is required so that it stands apart from surrounding visual elements. The safety zone is 20% (1/5) of the logo's width. Do not place items within this area.


4-color printing (CMYK): 75 | 90 | 00 | 00

1-color printing (Pantone or black): PMS 267 or black

Web/screen: #7a3aaa

Dark background: white

Affinity Marks

As our audiences build an awareness and understanding of Nazareth, it is critical that we present our brand identity logo consistently, clearly, and in its purest form. Doing so promotes positioning and brand equity building. For this reason, we do not create sub-brand logos for specific departments or programs.

Instead, we provide Nazareth branded marks for affinity groups based on topics. These marks are only to be used on items for internal, on-campus audiences. For the public/wider community, use the standard Nazareth University logos.

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