VA-MD Vet Med Logos and Seal
The most visible and memorable branding tool, the college's logo must be used in a consistent and professional manner to build and preserve the strength of our brand.
In mid-2014, the college dropped the word "Regional" from its name in all but the most formal communications and on the college's seal. In turn, the college's logo was updated to reflect this change. Please do not continue to use a version of the logo that includes "Regional." Instead, download and use the current approved logo.
Download the college logo
- High-quality versions of all VA-MD Vet Med logo variants are available on the college Intranet. A valid PID and password are required. If you require the college logo, but do not have access to the Intranet, please complete a Communications Request Form.
- High-quality versions of all Virginia Tech logo variants are available on the Virginia Tech Brand Center.
Logo and seal variants
Like many educational institutions, VA-MD Vet Med has both a logo for general use and a seal for more-formal purposes.
Unlike Virginia Tech's official seal, our college seal does not have an official policy restricting when it may be used; however, we request that you email Amy Winemiller at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine if the seal is appropriate for your project.
Guidelines for using the seal
- Do not change the fonts, colors, or components within the seal.
- Do not scale or skew the seal in any way that changes its vertical and horizontal proportions.
The horizontal version of the college logo is preferred for most purposes and is ideal for letterhead, web banners, and other uses where more horizontal space is available than vertical space.
The vertical version of the logo is ideal for limited horizontal space and for vertical, square, or circle-shaped spaces.
Examples of proper and improper logo and seal uses
Left item in pair: Improper logo proportion and spacing
Right item in pair: Proper logo proportion and spacing
Left item in pair: Improper seal proportion and spacing
Right item in pair: Proper seal proportion
Improper use of color
The official colors of the college logo are maroon, gray, and white. Do not use custom colors in the college logo.
- Maroon should use RGB #7A232E, CMYK # 33, 93, 74, 38, or Pantone 188.
- The two gray triangles should use RGB #959595 or 50% black.
- For more information, visit VA-MD Vet Med Color and Fonts.
Improper internal spacing
The exact spacing and positioning of the triangles, Rod of Asclepius, and text in the college logo are part of our brand. Do not reposition components within the logo or create your own logo layout.
Do not scale or skew the logo in any way that changes its vertical and horizontal proportions. The square portion must remain square.
Left item in pair: Improper logo, color, and fonts
Right item in pair: Proper logo, color, and proportion
Improper use of fonts
The fonts used in the college logo are Tanek for the bold text ("Virginia-Maryland" and "Veterinary Medicine") and Helvetica for the lighter text ("College of"). Do not substitute different fonts within the logo.
Do not scale or skew the logo in any way that changes its vertical and horizontal proportions.