Logo Elements

Wordmark

The university’s wordmark, UTSA, is the primary identifier using the abbreviated name of the university and must be accompanied by the registered trademark symbol. Set in Futura condensed type, UTSA should appear on as many forms of communication as possible.

It should never be redrawn, changed, stacked or positioned in any way that violates the standards
established in this guide.

The wordmark must only be reproduced in four colors: UTSA Blue (PMS 289), UTSA Orange (PMS 1665), black and white. Graphic filters, manipulation or alternation is strictly prohibited.

See Do’s and Do Not’s on page 22.

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Signature

The University of Texas at San Antonio signature is the full, official name of the university set in helvetica font and accompanied by the official trademark idicator. It can be used in conjunction with the wordmark or as a separate element.

It should never be redrawn, changed, stacked or positioned in any way that violates the standards
established in this guide.

The wordmark must only be reproduced in four colors: UTSA Blue (PMS 289), UTSA Orange (PMS 1665), black and white. Graphic filters, manipulation or alternation is strictly prohibited.

See Do’s and Do Not’s on page 22.

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Contact University Communications and Marketing if you have questions about the use of logos.

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