Unit Logos

An Emory unit signature consists of a primary Emory University logo or school logo paired with the official name of an Emory entity.

Unit signatures are the official university-sanctioned identity for Emory entities such as departments, divisions, institutes, centers, offices, laboratories, programs, and initiatives. Unit signatures can use the primary Emory logo or an official school logo in their configuration. The configurations can appear with or without the shield.

NOTE: The shield alone is not a complete Emory logo. Do not add other text or graphics to the shield to create a logo design.

University policy discourages the use of acronyms in official logos unless they are industry-known acronyms or initialisms such as AIDS or ALS. This is only specific to logos and not messaging and communication materials. The one exception available for unit signature logos is to have the entity name spelled out, followed by the acronym, all at the same size, with the acronym below on a separate line.

Unit signatures reproduce in Emory blue PMS 280/black, Emory blue, black, white, and Emory metallic gold PMS 871.

Creation and governance of the use of Emory’s names, logos, and trademarks are the responsibility of the Office of University Communications and Marketing brand team.

To have an official logo full set created, please contact: emory.branding@emory.edu

Entity Logos

Entity logos use the Emory University primary logo or school-level logos to create configurations. Vertical (VT), horizontal (HZ), and horizontal-horizontal (HZHZ) unit logos are configured with or without the shield. Square (SQ) configurations use the shield only. 

Fani Laboratory

Fani Laboratory unit signature

Master of Analytical Finance, Goizueta Business School

Goizueta Master of Analytical Finance unit signature

Department and Division Logos

These unit signatures combine the official name of an Emory entity stacked over the official name of its larger Emory entity, with an Emory University primary logo or school-level logo and with or without the shield, as seen here.

Office of Respect

Campus Life Office of Respect unit signature

Information Technology, Department of Pediatrics, Emory School of Medicine

Department of Pediatrics Information Technology unit signature